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
Today, most career fields aren’t exactly booming, and few have an abundance of entry-level positions. This often means going head-to-head with several talented candidates when a position opens up. If you want to catch eye of an employer during your entry-level job search, you’ve got to have a little something extra to help you stand out from the crowd.
According to Harvard Business Review, a data scientist is the “sexiest job of the 21st century.” So what does it take to be one of these sought-after scientists? Find out in this infographic by FICO.
This education infographic is a breakdown of the highest paying careers and average lifetime earnings based on education levels. They take a look at several factors like race, gender, and degree levels achieved to show readers the statistics and possibilities associated with higher learning.
Job stress, the number1 cause of stress in the U.S., is a leading factor in poor health and reduced creativity and problem solving
ability, costing American businesses $300 billion dollars a year. Top 10 Online Colleges looks at the cost of job stress in the following infographic.
As technology and science make new advancements new jobs are created. Check out the infographic below presented by DegreeQuery.com to learn about jobs of the future.
Consider the type of factory assembly line work that no longer exists, and the millions of IT jobs that have taken their place – the kind of jobs no factory worker in the 1950s could ever have imagined. So if you are thinking about switching jobs, especially jobs in IT, this infographic by Staff.com is for you. According to their research, IT jobs have been fueling the economy worldwide. And it will continue to do so in decades to come.
Today’s workforce is constantly evolving. From Baby Boomers to Generation Y, hard working members of society have adapted new work styles which include more technical skills, remote working and social responsibility. Whether you have complete autonomy over your work schedule or no control whatsoever, we have seen new characteristics and thought processes from the hourly workforce – Generation Y specifically.
Ever catch yourself wondering what jobs in the future are going to be like for your kids? Ten years ago, people didn’t work as social media managers or UX designers, but sure enough these jobs exist today. With technology advancing at a breakneck speed every year, we presume that the job market is going to look drastically different ten years from now.
The 20th century saw a massive loss of jobs in factories as machines replaced humans. The US economy moved to “services” and everyone was happy. Of course service jobs are not going to be replaced by machines are they? Think again!
Finding job candidates has changed quite a bit since the time of Caesar. But one thing that’s remained the same – managers want to hire the right candidate. Take a look at this infographic from Hireology for facts and stats on how hiring has changed.
Job seekers, listen up! We know the job search can be complicated sometimes. After all, many of you may be sending out resume after resume, networking like it’s your job, and monitoring your application status, with no results. However, when you’re aware of how to succeed in the job search today, you may have a much better outcome than you’ve had previously. This infographic, compiled by Interview Success Formula, a program that helps job seekers to deliver powerful interview answers, illustrates how job seekers can navigate through the job search today and how to do well in the process.
The CV Battle goes into the age old argument of what you should and shouldn’t include when it comes to your CV. Details include things like your spelling, the clarity of your writing and the confidence you exude. For example, it is said that less is more which can be said for many different things like previous employment and your personal profile. They want to get to know you, but they don’t need a life story. This infographic from Job Zoo looks at the CV do’s and don’ts.
This infographic from JobZoo introduces some creative, mysterious and surprisingly strange statistics relating to the jobs people choose to obtain. The figures and facts show the most loved and loathed jobs which includes danger and money motivated jobs people have.