If you’re so unhappy with your job that you plan to look for a new position this year, you’re not alone.
Employers in the U.S. probably created almost as many jobs in June as in the prior month as businesses grew more confident the economy will overcome the tax increases and government cutbacks that have restrained growth, economists said before reports this week.
Only people who don’t understand statistics would question the value of an English degree.
A bogus company offered jobs through the state’s employment website to out-of-work veterans. But the applicants were told they had to pay $150 for “training” that never materialized.
Labor market getting a little more difficult in China as economy slows.
Even before the Great Recession, a rising percent of retirement-age folks were still working. The economy was strong, consumers were spending like crazy and lots of jobs were, in physical terms at least, not taxing for older employees.
Survey finds 4.6 percent increase in hiring, but median graduate starting salary remains unchanged.
This week John Sumser interviews Joe Essenfeld. Founder and CEO of JIBE, Joe has held several executive level positions in which he was responsible for hiring hundreds of employees.
At The Arland Group, we think and talk a lot about how social media can help companies engage with people, generate interest in their business and inspire fandom. We generally focus on using social media to bring meaning and engagement to a business, but the connectivity of social media benefits individuals, too.
LinkedIn’s value started with the profile you created for yourself, but then even more importantly, the Experience (your resume) and Recommendations (reviews from other professionals) sections. It was basically your resume and references up on the web. When meeting someone new (for example at a business conference) it wasn’t unheard of to look that person […]
Nokia’s JobLens app for the Lumia smartphone helps job seekers “see” the open jobs available around them.
A grinning La Guardia Airport worker took a lunchtime joyride in an “Arrested Development”-style stair car — even though the wacky contraption isn’t allowed on city streets.
Mad Men’s Season Six finale closed out the cult drama’s weakest season yet. It sometimes felt like a tailored summer suit: stylish, decadent…
Shocker: People hate their job! Results from a new Gallup poll on the persistent state of employee disengagement.