Career & Jobs Infographics

EQ Genius?

Your EQ, or emotional quotient, is a measure of your emotional intelligence. Why should you care? Turns out it’s a greater indicator of your potential than your IQ, as outlined in this infographic from Aumann Bender & Associates.

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What Skills To Put On Your Resume

Apart from experience and education, you should consider putting your achievements, a resume summary, and key skills on your resume to make it stand out. The following infographic from Uptowork will show you the most desirable skills to put on a resume and how to showcase them.

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Getting Ahead And Staying Ahead In The Gig Economy

‘Freelancers’ and ‘gig economy’ – words that’s become rather topical over the past few years within the job market sphere. The gig economy is more than just freelance writers and Lyft drivers. You can actually turn it into a real career. This infographic presented by JOBVINE, shows us how a trend towards a gig economy and freelancing has begun.

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9 Benefits of Medical Training Programs

According to the US Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of medical assistants is projected to grow 23% from 2014 to 2024, which is much faster than average for all occupations. Read more about the advantages of medical training programs in this infographic from Dorsey Schools.

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Habits Of Highly Successful Women

Policies are changing too slowly for most women to see any real change, so what can women do to empower themselves to move forward in an unfair world? This infographic from Business Student outlines some of the possible habits.

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16 Important Things Recruiters Should Look for in a Resume

Recruiters have an eagle eye for resumes. If you are planning to go job hunting soon, there are several things to include in your resume before hitting the send button. By knowing these information, It can increase your chances in landing an interview or if you are lucky the job itself. To breeze through the screen process, the following infographic by Manila Recruitment can provide guidelines on how to create a perfect CV.

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The Mega List of Highest Paying Teleworking Jobs

Why do people work remotely? Is it because they have certain personal obligations? Or because they feel more comfortable working in the confines of their home as compared to working in the office? The answers may vary. What remains constant is the fact that remote jobs bring several perks to the table, which include flexibility, increased productivity, low downtime, cost savings etc.

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What Types of Jobs Are Available in the Culinary Industry?

Jobs in the culinary arts field could introduce you to diverse cultures, an array of ingredients, and menu traditions that span across decades, even centuries. Jobs in the Culinary Arts Industry include those in restaurants, cruises, corporate kitchens, school cafeterias, hospitals, nursing homes, and places that host special events like weddings and graduations are places where culinary arts jobs are located.

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From Military to Civilian

The life after military service and participation in war conflicts leave an irremovable mark on the humans. The former militants return to their homes and lose the chances to free existence, and become a huge part of the demo-graphical problem. Along with the problems of unemployment and homelessness, this infographic reveals the opportunities for former military servicemen and ways to prepare yourself for the upcoming civilian career.

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Latest Salary Trends for HR Managers

This infographic brought to you from Cezanne HR will take you through some great key stats, predictions for 2017 and how to conduct a salary review properly. Key stats for 2016 are that the pay gap between males and females have decreased by 0.2%, the average salary has increased from the years 2015-2016 1.9%. The average salary is now lower than 2009’s average salary sitting at £1,600.

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How To Double Your Phlebotomist Salary

In 2012, the average phlebotomist salary was over $12,000 less than average national wage. That’s a tough pill to swallow for those looking at phlebotomy as their career choice. But, that doesn’t mean you can’t maximize your salary in this high demand job. In fact, by utilizing the tips in this infographic, you could actually earn double the national average wage.

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