Category: Career Infographics
More than four in five 2015 college graduates expect to earn $25,000 / €22,800 or more a year, but only two in five 2014 college graduates earned $25,000 / €22,800 or less a year. Only fifteen percent of college graduates want to work for large companies and twenty-seven percent consider social networking the best way to get a job. Learn more about graduate employment in this infographic.
A recent study, published in Sleep Health – a journal of the National Sleep Foundation – reported that shift work is linked to sleep problems, weight issues and other unhealthy habits. The following infographic highlights the potential health hazards of shift work and also offers tips on maintaining a healthy lifestyle while working under such conditions.
The opportunities for nurses and nurse assistants can be seemingly endless. This nfographic helps educate prospective students more in depth on what’s out there for them. From breaking down the differences between CNA’s and HHA’s to showing career outlooks on graphs this infographic will help simplify the options out there for all.
Balancing professional and personal lives in a way that will make everybody happy is not an easy task at all. It takes a lot to accomplish that, regardless of your age. Find out what can you do to achieve that as a worker in the 60s with the help of this interesting infographic.
For British workers, there has never been a better time to consider becoming self-employed. With record numbers of people choosing to work for themselves, self-employment in the UK is experiencing a boom. Research from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) confirms that self-employment is at its highest level in the UK since records began 40 years ago. In fact, statistics show that around 15% of UK workers are registered as self-employed, which equates to one in seven workers.
In a day and age when manual labor jobs are becoming few and far between, machinery and ‘robots’ are becoming increasingly prominent in the workplace. This infographic takes a look at the role that the Industrial Revolution played in the shift towards automation, and which jobs are most likely to be affected by A.I and automation in careers such as cashiers, secretaries and telemarketers.
Aspiring accountants everywhere know the importance of landing a job with “The Big Four’. These four massive public accounting firms, which include Deloitte, Ernst and Young, PricewaterhouseCoopers, and KPMG, earn more than 80% of the world’s accounting revenue.
Getting your first accounting job can be tough. The largest public accounting firms in the world recruit hew-hires from a select group of schools. These schools offer internships, and direct placement programs aimed at getting graduates great jobs with large accounting companies. The Big 4 Accounting Firms has identified the top colleges for aspiring accountants to enroll in for the best shot at landing your dream job after graduation.
Just in time for summer. Find out which companies offer the most exciting summer internships in this infographic from CampusBooks.com. Which one would you apply for?
Gen Z and Millennials are entering the employment market. What are they aspirations and what are they looking from their first job? Find out all that in this interesting infographic from Adecco.
The future of vocational education remains uncertain, but one thing is clear: the unfulfilled need for qualified, skilled trade workers is a threat to the nation’s economy. This infographic presents more information on the current state of job training in the United States.
London and Paris both offer plenty of job opportunities. But which city comes out on top? HR Job search firm Total Jobs weigh up your prospects. Check it out and find out which city is best for you.
This infographic shows you how to smile, style, and position yourself to make the best impression on future employers. It’s all data-backed information – no guesswork necessary. Simply show your photographer the top ranking photos and ask him/her to shoot you exactly the same way.
In college they teach students many things, but finding a job is not one of them. Do not let the business world catch you unprepared. With the help of this infographic, you will learn all steps you need to take to find a job after graduation.