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By: CareerCast.com Public and private-sector efforts to recruit and employ veterans have paid major dividends in lowering the unemployment rate for veterans. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported in 2016 that of the approximately 21.2 million men and women with military experience, an unemployment rate that hovered near 10 percent just seven years ago has cut almost in half. ... More
From 2004 through 2014, independent contracting employment in the United States rose from 12% to 18%. This "Gig Economy" is the wave of the future in a few industries.More
Improvements in the job market since the Great Recession’s end have resulted in a different issue for some industries: Labor shortages.More
Job stress can come from a variety of different origins: a hazardous work environment, difficult-to-meet deadlines, heavy physical demands, and imminent dangerMore
No job is completely free from stress, whether you are in a career tracked by the 2017 Jobs Rated report or not. However, using the criteria of 11 factors designed to evaluate workplace stress, we found that some professions score more favorably than others.More
In compiling lists of the most demanding white- and blue-collar jobs, CareerCast.com researchers examine data on each position's stress level, work hours and physical demands.More
The 10 most endangered jobs tracked by the CareerCast.com Jobs Rated report have felt the squeeze of labor market changes in recent years, and face unfavorable hiring forecasts for the years to come.More
The 10 highest paying jobs from the CareerCast.com Jobs Rated report all easily clear the six-figure mark, but the path to obtaining one of these positions isn’t easy.More