Career Guidance

Career Guidance

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By: Tim Cannon
I’ve heard far too many stories about employees leaving a company they loved for one offering a higher salary and disliking their new position or work culture. I’ll admit, it’s hard to ignore the dollar signs when a better offer comes your way. And many professionals feel they deserve a higher pay than what they currently make. In fact, the ... More
By: Karyn Mullins
Making a career change is stressful, especially if you’re jumping into a completely different industry you know little about. However, it’s very common nowadays, especially with the current generation of young professionals. Let’s say you want to get out of your cubicle job and pursue your passion. Your journey needs a destination, so you should first set a specific goal. ... More
By: CareerCast.com
The final employment numbers of 2016 close a strong year for hiring on a positive, if not underwhelming note, with a reported 156,000 new jobs added to the labor market in December.More
By: CareerCast.com
Congratulations, you made it through 2016! A new year has arrived, and you are ready to pursue that career change you always wanted.More
By: Kylie Ora Lobell
Your career is one of the most important and fulfilling aspects of your life, and there’s nothing you’d want to do to put it in jeopardy. But you’re struggling with addiction, and you don’t know how you’ll be able to go into treatment without losing everything you’ve worked so hard to earn.More
By: CareerCast.com
Even as the number of jobs available has increased in recent years, one of the most significant concerns about the strength of the American labor market was wage stagnation. Prices increased, as is the norm, but annual median income got stuck in neutral throughout and after the Great Recession -- and in many cases, income fell. From 2009 through 2012, ... More
By: CareerCast.com
Department of Labor data released Friday showed substantial gains in the American labor market, with the nation's unemployment level dropping to 4.6%. Continued improvement in hiring follows the year-long trend of 2016, and comes amid a new record-high established in the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) in November. With continued increases in the number of hires, expect more job seekers ... More
By: CareerCast.com
We here at CareerCast.com recently published our 2016 report on the highest paying jobs , as tracked by the Jobs Rated report. A trend readers may have noticed was the volume of healthcare professions that require MD certification, and that's a process that requires extensive schooling. The Bureau of Labor Statistics released its own look into high-paying jobs this week, ... More