You’ll Get Hired, Just Don’t Expect a Pay Bump
Job growth is on the rise but wages have flattened out.
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Job growth is on the rise but wages have flattened out.
A roundup of the latest research might help you find a new job – or get paid more in the one you already have.
The increase of artificial intelligence and automation has millennials worried — and aiming for jobs where they manage the robots.
Why go into student loan debt for decades when you can make money now?
The good news is that organizations are interested in changing their sexist pay disparities. The bad news is that the longer they wait, the more it’ll cost them.
Female workers are especially hurt when they don’t reveal their previous pay.
He worked nights and weekends to become an entrepreneur.
Unfortunately, most don’t know enough to take advantage of it.
Some cities are more stressed out than others during the holidays, while many are happier this season.
People put weird things on their resumes. Don’t be one of them.
Apparently, it’s the same place where we make it.
According to a new report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, women make less money than their male counterparts in most jobs, but not all.
Workers spend an average of five hours a week on their phones doing nonwork things and their employers don’t like it. They also think their workers are doing it more often than they really are.
Almost half of Americans worry about their finances at least once a week, and almost one-quarter of us are probably thinking about our money problems at least once a day.
And our company dress code policy isn’t helping.
Bosses know financial anxiety wears their workers thin, but most haven’t stepped up to help.
And managers are helping set the example
Employers who match contributions or have automatic programs set up for their employees have more workers who are prepared for retirement than those who don’t have any methods in place.
This week: clueless about student loans, passionless about work, passionate about boycotts.
Workplace burnout is up, yet vacations are just as stressful.
Making money is fun. Keeping track of the money? Not so much.
Almost three quarters of Americans put in a full day of work over the weekend every month.
Unless you’ve got a mighty hefty inheritance or have been lucky enough to be born into money, you’ve gotta work. And you’re probably stressed about it.
2017 shows the highest hiring rates for entry level jobs in 15 years.
There are more than 20,000 openings across the country for nurse practitioners, physicians.
These jobs pay $45,000 a year on average with room to grow.
Young professionals bear the brunt of increasing work-related stress.
Just like marriages, happiness levels at work take a nose-dive after the first year on the job. If the honeymoon is over at your job, there are still ways for you to be happy.
As many as 95 percent of hiring managers say employee burnout is completely damaging companies, causing high turnover rates and workplace retention issues.
Here are the pros and cons to working at a start-up.
The answer depends on one factor. Sadly, no one’s talking about it.
Americans are leaving 658 million vacation days unused every single year.
Only 37 percent of employees will be getting paid to not work today. It’s an all-time high, but the rest of us will be working today.
Forty percent of employers plan to hire permanent, full-time employees and 30 percent plan to hire part-timers this year, even as unemployment is at one of its lowest points in history.
Companies could be doing their employees a huge service if they offered some — and sometimes better — student loan repayment assistance.
We’re getting paid vacation time, but not using all of it.
All jobs in these fields average at least $20 an hour and are some of the fastest-growing positions in the labor market right now.
It’s a rough time, but it doesn’t have to be a disastrous one.
Most human resources managers agree that employees and managers should have gift exchanges, but admit there have been some really strange gifts given in the past that shouldn’t be repeated.
Why do managers seem to always lose their cool in front of employees at holiday parties?
Women who take career breaks could face a retirement savings shortfall of nearly $1.3 million.
Salary tops the list, just barely — “benefits” and “fun” are next
They forget to do these four things when they apply for a job, and it costs them.
Millennials are so worried about their current finances that they will never stop working.
Most Americans can’t make ends meet within their minimum wage jobs.
When it comes to what young people want at work, income is last on the list
Part 5 of 5 in our entrepreneur series. This week: Before you get started, you need to get started.
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