Over the last couple years, startups have increasingly passed over tech epicenter SF in favor of the burgeoning startup scene in the sunny south. Intrigued, the team at tech career marketplace Hired.com decided to dig a little deeper in an attempt to figure out where the urban living is best for techies.
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.
Finding a job in todays’ economy may seem like a challenge, but if you lack a degree, it may be impossible. More frequently than ever, jobs are requiring a degree. Best Masters Degrees has created an infographic entitled “I Need a Degree for that?” which uncovers jobs you never knew would require a degree, and details the salary and the cost of the necessary degree.
The average person spends more time working than any other activity. Unfortunately, nearly 2 out of 3 workers surveyed in the US and Canada say they’re not happy at work. The following infographic explains WHY this is happening and what you can do to “turn that frown upside down” at work.
As a child, we all had dreams of what we wanted to be when we grew up. Some of us followed through, while the rest of us feel into the hustle and grind of everyday life. If you could go back in time, have you ever wondered what it would take to follow your original career path?
This infographic from Military Spot compares salaries among several civilian and military jobs including mechanics, chefs, and headhunters. Although the job can be the same with the same amount of work, in some cases one earns more money in the military and while others as a civilians.
As workers head to the office this holiday season, they can expect more comfort, cheer, and, apparently, cash — as many companies are offering more perks like bonuses, parties and gifts this year than last. But just how much more?