Jobs Rated

Jobs Rated

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Oklahoma is doing its part to get Americans working again. In March, the state of Oklahoma had a 5.4% unemployment rate and its two largest cities, Oklahoma City (4.4%) and Tulsa (5.4%), recorded some of the lowest unemployment rates in the nation.More
Looking to land one of the best jobs in Las Vegas this year? You’d be wise to polish up your skills in medicine or computer science, according to the latest Jobs Rated report from CareerCast.com.More
A common trait shared among the CareerCast.com most overrated jobs of 2012 is allure. None are without their appeal – they wouldn't be deemed overrated otherwise.More
Among the most-educated metro areas in the nation, the city’s many technology, healthcare and engineering companies offer plenty of opportunities for skilled workers.More
Stress. We’ve all experienced it in our working lives. It’s that pressure we feel in response to particular situations, whether real or imagined.More
The level of stress or the lack of it in the workplace is different for every person. However, the intent of our Jobs Rated Report is to simply assign a relative measure of stress, so that different jobs might be compared along this continuum we all experience.More
Our 2012 Jobs Rated report helps job seekers sort through the clutter with a comprehensive analysis of 200 different jobs – from Accountant to Zoologist – ranking each profession based on factual analysis and hard data instead of guesswork.More
Each year the Jobs Rated report seeks to find professions that provide the best overall experience for workers, not just jobs that excel in one particular area.More