Articles about Jobs
These are the worst job markets for 2018
When it comes to finding a decent, well-paying job, you may want to avoid these cities. These areas have the bleakest outlook on employment.
These are the 10 best jobs in America for 2018
Here are the 10 best jobs to have this year focused on three variables for the study – total employment, annual mean wage, average entry-level pay.
A six-figure salary in San Francisco is now considered ‘low income’
In the Bay Area having a salary of $117,400 qualifies you as "low income" in some counties, according to a new report from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. WHAT?!
Survey: The most popular early jobs and universities of CEOs
New LinkedIn data shows that the role of a consultant is the most popular first job among CEOs. In terms of the roles they filled before right getting the position for the first time, the research found that 72% were directors or higher up on the corporate ladder.
These are the hottest jobs in America in 2018
Many of the highest-paying jobs are in the technology sector — machine learning engineers, data scientists, computer vision engineers, full stack developers — while the bottom is largely comprised of occupations from a variety of industries, including pharmacists, construction managers, and architects.
Survey: 61% of entry-level jobs require 3+ years of experience
Emerging professionals who are early in their career face a conundrum: You need a job in order to get experience, but you need experience in order to get a job — how do you get one without the other?
Here’s how not to lose your job in the next 15 years
Learn all you can about the technology entering your field. Stay up on all the trends. And give real thought to where the human element is still needed.
What jobs won’t be around 10 years from now?
Which jobs won't exist in 10 years and which are growing fast.
Rural Americans want a job, while urbanites want a raise: Report
Americans living in rural towns are being left behind by the current jobs boom, while their counterparts in urban areas are seeing robust employment gains.
Listen up: Retaining millennial employees takes good ears
Millennials may be a different breed of employee but they are here to stay so listen to them and make the necessary adjustments for their success and the success of your business.