A bad day at work is different for everyone, but if you work in one of the nation's worst jobs, a bad day can be especially challenging.
In nearly three decades of existence, the Jobs Rated report has seen many changes, but continues to strive for the same goal: Providing an illuminating snapshot on the job market.
If you can make it in New York, you can make it anywhere. It’s this philosophy—as crooned by the late Frank Sinatra—that attracts some of the world’s best and brightest employees to the New York metropolitan area. In fact, the city can boast of having its highest level of employed workers since the recession started, thanks to the economic rebound.
The 10 best jobs in New Jersey all have one attribute in common: they pay more than the national average for the same jobs elsewhere in the U.S., and sometimes a lot more.
Hiring growth in the information technology, retail and healthcare sectors has been strong across Louisiana and is expected to get even better this year.
Michigan has long staked its economic identity to the automotive industry, and the state remains the head-and-shoulders national leader for creating such jobs.
Looking for booming career opportunities in Pennsylvania? The healthcare industry looks like a sound bet.
Earning an annual income of six figures or more is the American dream for many. But to land one of the best paying jobs of 2014, you must be prepared to pay some hefty costs.