Category: Career Infographics
Contrary to popular belief, 73% of all U.S. companies perform background checks on all candidates, not just those applying for upper management positions. There are numerous reasons why a person may run a background check on another individual. In the following infographic, North American Investigations outlines the typical process of a background check.
Most Americans spend more time on the job than they do on anything else. In fact, the average employee spends more than 2/3 of his or her day at work or on work-related activities. That’s more time than we spend sleeping or raising our children. This infographic looks at Americans at work.
By the year 2018, there will be 1.4 million computer specialist jobs available, but only enough college graduates to fill a fraction of them. In this infographic, discover some amazing projects that may become a part of our future, thanks to computer scientists.
This infographic is based on of the Phoenix TS 2013 IT Salary and Job Outlook Report. It outlines computer related job salaries by state. The complete report goes into much more detail and also takes into consideration the cost of living for each location.
A recent study has revealed that millions of workers are losing at least six days of their annual leave because they are too worried about losing their jobs or looking bad in front of their boss to take the time off. Researchers found that fears about showing a lack of commitment to the job, being made redundant or colleagues taking credit for their work means four in ten workers – 4.5 million – rarely use all of their annual leave.
Over the 45,000 years that people have been woodworking, wood has protected us, sheltered us – it’s carried water from the well, stored our precious cargo, framed pictures of our dogs and cradled our babes. Wood allows us to sit at the table for dinner and it complements our personal flare.
An internship can be valuable part of a professional’s career path, whether you’re offering a program to students or recent grads. While many internship programs have gone through a transformation in the recent past, paving the way to the ultimate internship program takes some fine tuning. The following infographic showcases how you can transform your internship program.
3,700,000 jobs won’t get filled unless people become skilled. With a 7.3% unemployment rate, 11.6 million people are trying to fill 3.7 million jobs. That’s 3 people trying to fill 1 job. So why are there still 3.7 million open, and unfilled jobs? Find it out in the following infographic
The one page resume you put together in high school might have landed you a lifeguarding job, but it will not get that $80,000 plus executive position today. It’ll sink right to the bottom of the hiring manager’s recycling bin. This infographic looks at a resume for the $80k professional.
Considering your options in the health administration field? You’re on the right track to a rewarding career! According to Forbes.com, a Master’s degree in health administration “is one of the best degrees for [current] jobs.”Health administration careers average a median salary of $87,800 per year, with a 22 percent increase of projected employment for associated degrees.
Across the board in the STEM related fields, there is a distinct shortage of females in relation to males. The stereotypes currently place need to change, and giving females confidence in science from a young age may be just the answer. To learn more about women in science, checkout this infographic.
According to a recent study, one in five employees in the U.S. works during the evening, at night, or on rotating shifts. As scary as working the “graveyard shift” might seem to you, there are a number of reported advantages to working through the night. In the following infographic, discover the advantages and disadvantages of working the graveyard shift, what industries you can find night shift work in, and additional research that relates to night shift work in the U.S.
Men continue to earn more than women, but contrary to popular belief, sex discrimination alone is not to blame. It’s much more than that — the pay males make in comparison to what females earn is determined by a lot of different factors, such as experience, education, and even location. The following infographic takes a look at this issue in more detail.
The use of social media has greatly expanded. It is currently being used as one of the most effective tools for recruitment. Here are some facts from the folks at Staff.com.