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Every year around this time, companies seek additional help to meet the holiday rush. Per the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics data for the last three decades, November and December are almost always the two most active hiring months of the year. Expect 2016 to be no exception.More
The President of the United States might be the Leader of the Free World, but the actual job requirements are surprisingly minimal – significantly less qualifications than most careers. There is no one educational or career path to follow when pursuing the presidency, and our past Presidents have held some unusual jobs prior to their election from Actor and Farmer to Geologist and Judge.More
3. Software Engineer Overall Rating: 131 Median Salary: $93,233 Projected Growth: 17.78% Loading Widget ... Pagination First page First Previous page Previous … Current page 3 … Next page Next Last page Last View the discussion thread. Pagination First page First Previous page Previous … Current page 3 … Next page Next Last page LastMore
No matter the industry or career field, everyone wants to make a positive impact in their job, whether it’s contributing to the success of their organization or making an impact on the community.More
When it comes to careers, some may seem more attractive than others. But many jobs that are viewed as highly desirable have downsides, and are not as glamorous as they look on paper.More
Some of the most vital careers to upholding and maintaining the very fabric of American society are also among the most dangerous.More
It’s easy to take workplace safety for granted, especially since workers are protected by Occupational Safety & Health Administration laws. However, some jobs are safer than others.More
There has always been controversy about who has the worst job. Newspaper Reporter, Broadcaster and Pest Control Worker are ranked among the worst jobs of 2016.More