Ivy League vs Public University

Is it worth to shell out or end up indebted for entering the ivy league if someone cannot afford it? There is evidence that selective colleges with high tuition do not necessarily bring in proportionally high paychecks or high profile career. Public schools can produce high skilled and successful professionals at a more reasonable cost.

Developers Designers and Software Testers

Web and software Developers, Web Designers and Software testers are jobs that have been instrumental to the vast growth of tech industry. If you are thinking of a career in either of these jobs, this presentation gives you information about the skills required, the estimated earnings, the main duties and the future growth in job market.

Persuasion Skills at Work

This all about how to market yourself to your future boss. Persuasion is power, but don’t worry if you feel you don’t have the skills to promote yourself as the perfect fit and land a job. The following tips are quite simple to follow even for the most diffident candidate.

Academic Tenure USA

There are a lot of views on academic tenure these days. It was created for a good purpose, but is it being used as a license for poor teaching? Check out this infographic that explores tenure more fully and let us know your views by using our commenting system.

Employee Fraud Statistics

Employee fraud and theft consists a vital setback for the operations and development of a business or organization. According to the statistics presented here, employee dishonesty and snaffling costs a total of $2.9 trillion in global scale losses per year.

American Workaholics

Most Americans spend more time on the job than they do on anything else according to the data presented here. It is estimated that American workaholics are occupied about one month more per year now than they did 40 years ago. Does that ring true with you?

Skilled Worker Demand

Even more industries are jacking their hiring standards and require skilled workers with postsecondary education in the US. But the gap of unskilled labor force is now more evident than ever and projections are that it’s going to keep growing leaving a notable percentage of job demand uncovered.

Freelancer after Graduation

What’s the big thing and the perils of becoming a freelancer after graduation? The fact is that you must be determined to put much effort at the start and even more thereafter. But chances are that you’ll be fully satisfied from the fruits of your seeding if you do it right.

Social Workers Wanted

This infographic rises awareness about the growing leadership gap and the need for new professionals willing to work as social workers. If it happens to find yourself in empathy and solidarity, you may discover some opportunities and options here.

HR and Cloud Computing

Cloud computing has been up and running for more than 15 years. Don’t you think that HR departments can benefit from cloud technology ?

Being a Freelancer

Do you prefer to be your own boss or just a link of the hierarchy chain? See how surveyed freelancers responded as for the goods and the bads of having absolute control of your professional life.

Masters Degree and Jobs

What it takes to excel in ice cream tasting, puppetry, vineal, revenue agency and more? No guess, a masters degree. But which one and how much would it yield in your monthly paycheck?

Employees Back to School

What makes even more employees of the Generation X and down demographic to return to college? Is this incidental or a trend? Would an improvement of educational background bring in the expected results in career boosting and salary? Read the data.

Accountant Salary USA

Entering the accountant profession? Big concern about how much an investment in mastering and certifying accounting knowledge could yield in real money? Here is what you need to know about the average accountant payroll by position, certification, education and gender across USA.

Social Recruiting Statistics

The advent of social media networks has radically change the way businesses – that is recruiters – pick their job candidates from the crowd, putting traditional methods such as bill posts and local papers on the back seat. Get to know the new face of recruiting.

Job Interview Questions and Intentions

Ranging from “What animal are you like” to “Where do you see yourself in five years”, job interview questions are asked for a reason. Here you see a collection of 19 typical interview questions a recruiter makes to reveal the real “you”.

Online Jobs Salary

Based on oDesk ‘s aggregated data for online jobs’ salary demand, this report from Staff.com gives the whole picture of how labor hour for distance working is valued around the world. 4 of the most popular fields are examined including Web Development, Data Entry, Marketing and Mobile App development.

Bad Hire Statistics

This infographic gives you a rundown of the costs of a bad hire both for high and low paid jobs as well as some of the hidden costs involved. Some of the common costs examined here are productivity loss, training, HR, Interviewing and employment Ads cost.

Resume Padding Statistics

We all fudge the facts sometimes; from how big the fish we caught was to how old we are. Fudging the facts on a resume is one of the most common ways people stretch the truth with the view to get the job. However, before you stretch the truth, consider that many employers are starting to spend more time looking, esearching, and reviewing resumes. Check this infographig for more information on resume padding.

IT Jobs Projections

Being or entering in the IT field proves to be a wise career decision with high income return and great diversity in area specialization. According to this report from Staff.com, IT professionals are of the most sought after in job market with the demand outbalancing the supply for 2012. See the 10 highest paying and fastest growing IT areas.

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