Find out how you're doing on your retirement prep. Are you on track, or is there still work to do?
Many young job seekers are eager to earn money, but the promise of a high starting salary shouldn't be prioritized over future earning potential. Many occupations have uninspiring entry level salaries, but the more important factor is the ability for employees to increase their wages.
CareerTrends looked for jobs the Bureau of Labor Statistics projects to be headed in the right direction. Using the most recent data from the BLS and the Foreign Labor Certification Data Center, we found the 27 careers with the highest projected increase in employment percentage by 2024.
Stacker compiled a list of the highest-paying jobs that require a bachelor’s degree using information for the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Here's a look at how the minimum wage in your home state compares to the cost of living.
As offices reopen, many are turning to a hybrid model that allows people to work in the office some days and at home for others.
There has been a lot of press about teachers leaving the profession, and there are many routes to take outside of the classroom. Here are some to consider.
In a tough job market amid the pandemic, here are tips for a resume showing you're prepared for a new opportunity and have the skills for it.
Using the Health Workforce Simulation Model, Nursingeducation.org ranked all 50 states by their projected nursing shortage in 2030.
In a remote work world, it can be difficult to connect with your manager. Here are ways to get the boss' attention and strengthen your relationship.
In 1870, about half of all Americans had jobs in agriculture, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Today, the USDA reports that farmworkers comprise less than 1% of salary workers in the U.S.
It’s over. Between you and your job, that is. But this isn't the moment to tell your employer how you really feel. Here's how to have a flawless exit.
How can people turn their hobbies into careers? Take these steps to get started on the road to making a living doing what you really like to do.
We all want to do well on the job, but how often do we get ourselves in a real pickle? Here are four ways you might be sabotaging your success at work.
Choosing a career path is a journey many people travel for most of their adult lives. Here are tips for anyone, no matter age or career level.
As the pandemic speeds up the roles automation and AI play in work, experts say there are many options for people seeking AI-proof jobs.
There’s far more to becoming a digital nomad than packing your stuff into storage. From taxes to transportation, here are five factors to keep in mind before hitting the road as a U.S.-based nomad.
As the administrations change in the White House, the jobs inside the executive mansion attract the public’s attention more than usual. Here's a closer look at some of the most well known.
Two-year degrees do not always lead to jobs that pay well, even if they are professionally satisfying. Here are some with the lowest paying options.
With combined student loan debt reaching a staggering $1.68 trillion in 2020, many individuals looking to advance their education and career are seeking alternatives to traditional four-year universities.
What are employers looking for from job seekers in the coming year? Here is a run-down of what U.S. recruiters and hiring managers want most.
Studies also show that those who love their work live longer, which is a priceless consideration when choosing a profession.
Good candidates are breezing past small startups, opening a door for those prepared to take risk. So small startup roles could be worth considering.
With unemployment numbers still high and the job market in many industries tight, job seekers are facing challenges as they look for openings they’re qualified for.
Even if your employer hasn't offered it, making the case to permanently work remotely might be easier now than ever.