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    How The American Elections Create Jobs

    With every election that takes place, thousands of Americans come out to cast their vote for the candidate of their choice. Conducting a fair election involves a lot of effort and a huge support team. The U.S Election Assistance Commission encourages people to become election workers on Election Day. Jobs in elections season require people… Read More »

    Unemployment & mental health: How losing your job takes a toll on the psychological state

    Employment is undoubtedly essential for meeting one’s basic requirements. It promotes self-esteem, self-realization, and satisfies creative urges. Conversely, unemployment has adverse effects on mental health. Read on to know more about how unemployment and mental health are interconnected.  According to statistics, the unemployment rate in the United States rose to 3.6% in 2020. Several factors,… Read More »

    Climate Change and its Impact on Global Jobs, and the Economy: Which Sectors Will Be Hit?

    In recent times, climate change has been viewed in terms of global warming, occurring due to the release of greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide and sulfur dioxide into the air. This phenomenon will also have a deep impact on society at a micro level, which could completely alter our way of living. It can… Read More »

    How Coronavirus Will Affect the U.S Job Market & Global Economy

    The economy of the United States has remained steady over the past year. However, the outbreak of the Coronavirus disease has seen severe repercussions for the American Job Market. One of the industries severely hit by the outbreak is the oil industry.   Oil and natural gas producers have taken a hit over the last year… Read More »

    8 Jobs You Can Get This Valentine’s Day

    If you are going through a rough patch, staring unemployment in the face, then Valentine’s day can seem like an annoying occasion. However, there is a silver lining. Some of these Valentine’s day jobs are not as available during the rest of the year. This gives an excellent chance to those looking to make a… Read More »

    How To Get Hired With No Experience

    Whether you are a fresh graduate or someone with little experience, you may be feeling a sense of nervousness and excitement as you may be looking for your first job. Finding jobs with little or no experience is not an easy task as companies generally lookout for people with experience.  Getting that first job may… Read More »

    The Employment Situation – January 2020

    January saw the total nonfarm payroll rise by 225,000, which is a notable increase as compared to last month. However, there was a very slight change in the unemployment rate, which currently stands at 3.6%. The unemployment rate for December was 3.5% respectively. Major Ups and Downs in January  The U.S Bureau of Labor and… Read More »

    Five Ideal Jobs For Veterans

    The most suitable jobs for veterans are those which require the skills they sharpened while serving the nation. It is that discipline, commitment to work, and never-say-die attitude that makes veterans employable.  Over the years, America’s veterans have had a considerable advantage over their civilian counterparts. The transition from a military job to a regular… Read More »

    Best Jobs For A Stay-At-Home Parent

    Being a stay-at-home-parent is not an easy task for anyone. You have to manage your kids, family life and finances. Here’s where stay at home jobs come in. The trick is to find the right job to balance your household duties and find time to enjoy your work.  A stay-at-home job will help you manage… Read More »

    What You Should Know About Pre Employment Drug Testing

    A lot of companies now days are incorporating pre-employment drug testing. A pre-employment drug is that before a potential candidate joins a company, a test is conducted on him/her to see whether the candidate is a drug user. If the candidate tests positive for drugs, there is a good chance he/she will be rejected by… Read More »

    The Employment Situation – December 2019

    Nonfarm payroll for the month of December rose by 145,000. It is significantly less as compared to the previous month. The U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics reported no change in the unemployment rate which currently stands at 3.5%.  Major Ups and Down in December Job gains took place in sectors like retail trade and health… Read More »

    What are the Most In-Demand Jobs in 2020?

    2020 will see a rise in jobs in the technological sphere. As we are very well aware, the world is changing rapidly, and as a result, most of the in-demand jobs in 2020 will have a technological aspect to it. A lot of jobs today will continue to be a part of the future but… Read More »

    Five Seasonal Jobs For Christmas Worth Applying For

    The holiday season is finally here! It’s a great opportunity for celebration and spending time with family and loved ones. If you’re on the lookout to make an extra buck this holiday season here are five seasonal jobs for Christmas you should consider, now is the perfect time to begin your search. According to research… Read More »

    What Do The Jobs of The Future Look Like?

    Jobs of the future, have already surfaced in the United States of America. A lot of activities that the workforce carries out today are going to become automated in the times to come. Several new advancements in machine learning and artificial intelligence are the way forward for the workforce of the future.  Automation-enabled technologies such… Read More »

    The Employment Situation – November 2019

    The November employment report states that the total nonfarm payroll increased by 266,000. In comparison to October, the nonfarm pay has seen a significant increase. There is a slight change in the unemployment rate, which currently stands at 3.5%, according to the U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics. Major Ups and Downs in November Significant job… Read More »