Category: Career Infographics
Bad working atmosphere can really ruin your good mood, especially if you are doing a boring job. Have you ever dreamed that you could work while relaxing on the beach? Make your dreams come true and read this interesting infographic to find out how to become a digital nomad.
As markets continue to evolve and loss of time and money are no longer negotiable, companies that want to gain true competitive advantage need to move away from the “human supply chain model” and begin to understand the importance of hiring the right people the first time. This infographic looks at staffing triage to stop hemorrhaging profits.
Have you ever thought of exploring the career field of counseling? The career path of a counselor is one that is well rounded and rewarding. Counselors are able to help people every day and offer stability to those in need. The following graphic breaks down the specifics of the counseling career field.
Job searching has changed drastically with the rise in digital job search the past decade. There is now a vast pool of online resources that anyone can use which will either make or break your job search tactics. The following infographic outlines some very helpful digital job hunt techniques and showcases useful tools that you may not have realized are at your disposal.
Have you ever thought about working a job where you won’t be limited by working hours or even space? There are numerous advantages of freelancing and that is one of them. Carefully read this helpful infographic to learn how to become a successful freelance writer.
Personality type can determine which career will make you happy. No matter your type, there’s a career out there that suits you. This infographic details the four dimensions of personality type and ideal jobs for every type.
Where will you get the most out of your degree? The information to get this answer generally takes a lot of research, and is never all in one place. To answer your question the University of New England has created an infographic to explain in depth statistics of salary ranges, employment demand, and number of social workers employed by city.
When you are sending in your resume, a question that is often asked is whether you should write a cover letter or not. You may believe that no one reads cover letters and it is just a waste of time. But this is not true. Global Essays why this in more detail with facts gathered and analyzed in the following infographic.
What would a million dollars mean in your life? Learn how to make it a reality with a college education from this infographic, created by 55,000 Degrees. College graduates earn an average of one million dollars more in their lifetime than individuals who just a high school diploma.
From sports personalities to politicians, the following infographic brought to you by Compare Legal Costs, highlights Britain’s most distrusted professions as discovered by GFK’s ‘Trust In Professions’ study. Taking a closer look at specific events, scandals and individuals that helped land the likes of TV personalities and bankers on the list.
Don’t choose the wrong temp for a job. Read this infographic by Adecco to find out all the things you need to look for when searching for a temp. Learn more about what traits make up the perfect temp in the science and medical field.
The folks at Bullhorn conducted a study along with InsightSquared to figure out what roadblocks staffing firms need to prepare for. They identified the key sales challenges they should expect to face in 2015 and summarized the findings in the following infographic.
In this infographic, discover a roundup of millennial statistics, work styles, expectations and wants.
Getting ready for the job interview is not just about writing a great resume. You should be prepared both mentally and psychologically. Job interviews are usually stressful for employees, because of the possible tricky questions, unfamiliar atmosphere and desire to make positive impression. This infographic suggests effective techniques to calm interview nerves and ace a job interview.