Physical labor, declining job opportunities, a poor work environment and high stress are all pervasive attributes among those jobs that comprise our 2012 Worst Jobs List.
Looking for a great job in the Keystone State? Taking care of people or computers are the keys to success
High growth, low stress and rewarding opportunities are some of the traits that shaped our rankings of the Most Underrated Jobs of 2012.
The best seasonal jobs help you spread cheer through significant paychecks, while others provide work well after all the decorative lights have come down.
The growing healthcare and technology fields are universal winners in Louisiana’s diverse statewide job market.
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.
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.
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.