A recent Monster report shows that as baby boomers decide to exit the workforce, jobs are opening in the financial services industry.
In business especially, no one is infallible. And in startups, you can only benefit from asking for opinions from people you trust and respect. (Whether you listen to those opinions or not is another issue.)
An associate degree is a great way to get some higher education in a marketable skill. And there are career options for people with associate degrees. According Georgetown University’s Center on Education and the Workforce, there are about 29 million jobs — 21 percent of all U.S. jobs — that pay an average of $35,000 or more and don’t require a bachelor’s degree.
Whether you’re negotiating a job offer or just want an increase in pay, knowing how to negotiate your way to a successful end result requires preparation and strategy. Learn how to put the ball in your court — and keep it there — with the tips and strategies found in this week’s roundup.
Question: What’s one major NO you suggest people avoid when they learn they’re being let go?
Albert Einstein couldn’t get a job as a substitute teacher. Samuel Morse couldn’t paint to save his life. A script for “The King’s Speech” wasn’t scheduled for theaters, but instead, for the recycling bin.
Today, in workplaces around the world, employees are scratching their heads trying to figure out why their mouse doesn’t work, or why the coffee machine is now voice-activated.
Spring is here which means it’s not only time to dust off your shelves but your resumes as well.