Manufacturing jobs haven’t always been the most popular choices for younger Americans. But that trend could be starting to change as jobs become more high-tech and high-salaried. Read More
Following up on such an issue like how to stay at a job you hate!
Using the internet is absolutely crucial to finding jobs. Read More
In recent years, lawmakers have continually pushed new bills for construction projects, claiming that that helps create new jobs. However, many economists say that the projects aren’t as useful for job creation as politicians might have you believe. Read More
If you hate your job, but leaving isn’t an option, here are a few tips that could help you feel better in your current position:
Although job fairs can be a great resource for job-seekers, simply showing up isn’t enough. In order to impress employers, and make the most of your time, you must come prepared. Read More
Geeks. Without them our lives would probably be quite boring, uninformative and perhaps hard. They research, invent and design stuff that the average masses do not have the brain power or patience for. Read More
For lazy job-seekers, going to a job fair is simply “too much work.” After all, it’s not as simple as searching for jobs online. You actually have to put on nice clothes, leave the house, and talk to important people. Who wants all that responsibility?
Well, that’s exactly why those lazy job-seekers will never get the jobs they really want. Read More
Have you always wanted to work for your favorite celebrity but were turned off by a personal assistant title because of the crazy hours and demanding nature? Since a lot of celebrities have their own brands and businesses these days, a lot are hiring for “normal-hours” jobs like a manager or a chef.
What are some of the most stressful jobs in 2014? Jobs that require you to face life-threatening danger, high-stake situations and unforeseen predicaments all qualify, and not a lot of people can handle that type of pressure on a daily basis.