10 Industries with the Most Job Openings in 2022

a woman business owner holding a "now hiring" sign in front of her store

Written by: Aine Givens The U.S. economy has had a strong recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the International Monetary Fund. The unemployment rate has returned to 2019 levels and wage increases for lower-income workers have reduced income gaps. Inflation, however, has posed a problem. The country’s gross domestic product, or GDP, did drop …

Read More

Start Your Career Sooner: 100 2-Year Degrees That Pay Well

young nurse learning from a teacher

Written by: Madison Troyer It’s no secret that the cost of college in America is skyrocketing. In 2018, Forbes released a mini-study examining just how much costs had actually changed over the last 30 years. They reported that in 1989, the average cost for all four-year institutions was $26,902 for the entire program (or $52,892 …

Read More

Increase Your Productivity with the Pomodoro Technique

a person looking at their weekly schedule on a computer screen

Everyone is concerned with productivity, whether you work from home, in an office, or elsewhere. It doesn’t matter how much time you spend on something – what matters is how much you can get done.  With distractions all around us, it’s easy to get side-tracked and procrastinate. There are methods to be more productive with …

Read More

5 Ways To Get Noticed When Applying For a Job

a man applying for a job

Do you keep getting passed over when applying for a new job? There are many reasons why this can happen. First, most corporate job openings get a lot of resumes. According to Glassdoor, each job opening sees about 250 applicants. Of those, employers call five or six candidates in for an interview. Second, consider the length …

Read More

Stop Ignoring Hard Work if You Want to Succeed!

a group of coworkers celebrating a success

If you want to be successful, you must work hard, right? There’s no denying that hard work is a significant key to success, but people who work hard are not necessarily more successful than those who don’t. Other factors like natural ability and talent also play a role. If you’re born into a wealthy family, …

Read More

Find Your Dream Job: 50 Fun Jobs That Pay Well

coworkers having fun in the office

If you’re looking for a fun job that pays well, look no further. This list has 50 options for you to consider from various fields. Whether you’re interested in fashion, food, or something else entirely, there’s sure to be something on this list for you. And who knows, maybe one of these jobs will be …

Read More

Want a Lucrative Career? These are the 100 Highest-Paying Jobs in America

private plane business people

Written by: Seth Berkman The COVID-19 pandemic radically altered the U.S. economy, with unemployment peaking at 14.7% in April 2020, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). While jobs have been gained every month since, lowering the unemployment rate to 8.4% in August 2020, millions of out-of-work Americans are still searching for jobs. Before …

Read More

I Forgot to Attach My Resume! 5 Easy Ways to Fix This Common Mistake

a man facepalming at his laptop

You’ve re-read the job posting and job description a dozen times. You’ve noted the keywords and the top qualifications the employer is looking for in the role. You’ve spent hours revising your resume and crafting the perfect cover letter. You’ve even looked up what to write in your email and the best subject line to …

Read More

No Experience? Here Are 11 Work From Home Jobs You Can Start Today

a man working from home

Are you trying to find a new work-from-home job but worried that you don’t have enough experience in a relevant field? While some fields that offer remote employment can be quite exclusive, there are various work-from-home jobs that anyone can start without any prior experience. No matter what your skillset and background, there is likely …

Read More

The 50 Fastest-Growing Jobs That Pay Over $100K

workers in a professional office

Written by: Seth Berkman Many Americans are struggling after the coronavirus pandemic devastated the economy and led to millions of furloughs and layoffs. The younger generation just entering college or preparing for graduation will enter a marketplace rife with uncertainty. Still, there are plenty of careers that have shown fast growth in recent years and …

Read More