If you are looking for a fresh start and need a good-paying job to make that happen, there are many places in the U.S. perfect for just that.
With the arrival of the New Year and all of the holiday parties behind us, U.S. job searches are going to be on the rise.
U.S. small businesses are faced with a new challenge of few to none qualified job applicants for open positions.
ZipRecruiter, a job search platform, put together data on U.S. job availability, industry diversity, and earnings to make a list of 2018 top job markets.
2018 is bringing substantial job growth to the USA. Matt Ferguson, CareerBuilder CEO, says employees can look for positive job growth not only in 2018, but beyond this year.
When considering a career, the long-term prospects of salary growth is very significant. PayScale, a compensation research site, released data to Forbes on the fastest and slowest growing salaries with a college degree.
With Information Technology (IT) continuing to expand, technology will begin changing in the workplace as people look for new ways to keep their jobs, learn new skills, and keep up with daily tasks.
More Americans feel good about the U.S. economy as consumer confidence reached a four-month high.
WalletHub, a finance website, recently ranked the top 15 states for the best places to find work. Rankings were based on factors that include the percentage of employees with health insurance, median annual income based on cost of living, and unemployment rate.
Americans are enjoying making more money than they’ve ever made before. Between the years of 2015 and 2016, the average household income in the US rose 3.2%. This reached a new record of $59,039. The previous high was $58,665, which was in 1999 according to the US Census Bureau.