Over 5.4 million people fled Venezuela due to an economic and political crisis. Opponents of the government are being mistreated and jailed, healthcare has collapsed, and inflation has soared. The Homeland Security Secretary of the US said these extreme and temporary circumstances have caused the US to step forward and support the Venezuelans already living […]
There has been an average of 207,000 jobs created each month in the US during 2018. There is 1 job for each of the 6.2 million people unemployed in August.
Forbes, along with Statista, a research firm, released a new set of rankings to show the top companies for diversity in the United States. Surveyed were 30,000 American employees, in August of last year.
A second corporate campus and hiring 20,000 workers are in the plan for a $350 billion five-year commitment by Apple to the United States economy.
U.S. News has put together a report of the 100 Best Jobs based on a few important qualities such as pay, the amount of challenge the job has, stress levels, room to advance, and a satisfying work-life balance.
The most recent information gathered on STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) employment, reports these jobs are moving to smaller and more affordable places.
2017 was a robust year in the construction and manufacturing sectors. As United States President Trump and Congress continue to make infrastructure a top priority, this year will be even better.
Twelve of the top 25 best paying jobs in America are in the medical field. If bringing home top pay is one of your goals, consider training in the health field.
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.
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.