Career & Jobs Infographics

U.S. Cities With the Most People Working Night Jobs

U.S. Cities With the Most People Working Night Jobs

A night shift is generally defined as a job that requires employees to work a portion of their shift during nighttime hours. The researchers at NapLab looked at data from the U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey to see how many people in metropolitan areas with more than 200,000 workers started their shifts between the hours of 4 p.m. and 4:59 a.m.

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What Does an NDIS Psychosocial Recovery Coach Do?

What Does an NDIS Psychosocial Recovery Coach Do?

If you are an Australian living with a psychosocial disability or mental health condition, then a Psychosocial Recovery Coach may be available in your NDIS plan. But, what is a Psychosocial Recovery Coach, and what do they do? To read more about Psychosocial Recovery Coaches, check out this infographic.

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Restaurants & Food Chains That Provide College & Health Benefits

Restaurants & Food Chains That Provide College & Health Benefits

More restaurant and supermarket chains have recently implemented free college scholarships and reimbursement programs with reasonable stipulations. In addition to earning a paycheck, hourly employees can now enjoy access to employee benefits that alleviate out-of-pocket health, vision and dental costs.

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Will Web3 Change the Way We Work?

Will Web3 Change the Way We Work?

The institution of work has dramatically changed. Between remote work, the global pandemic, and Web3 technologies, it’s a far cry to the limited options of the past. See how Web3 is changing the future of work in the following infographic.

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Why You Hire Slow and Fire Fast

Why You Hire Slow and Fire Fast

In these times of considerable uncertainty, having an effective team at work is critically important. While it is difficult to let people go, it’s great advice to hire slow and fire fast. Learn more about how this dynamic works in the infographic below, courtesy of MBA Stack.

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Finding Unique Jobs in the Beauty Industry

Finding Unique Jobs in the Beauty Industry

When it’s time to pick a career in beauty, the conventional career path usually leads to working at a salon or spa. Students who attend cosmetology programs may turn their love for doing hair, nails, makeup, or skin from a labor of love to a lucrative career path. In this infographic, look at finding unique jobs in the beauty Industry and how cosmetology programs can help.

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Top Tech Trends in Healthcare Sector Poised for Growth in 2022

Top Tech Trends in Healthcare Sector Poised for Growth in 2022

According to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), National Health Expenditure (NHE) was $12,530 per person in 2020, accounting for roughly 19.7% of GDP. Also, a study by Humana Inc. revealed that over 25% of US healthcare spending is wasted. Check out the following infographic to find out the latest exciting technological trends in the healthcare industry.

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Which Solar Jobs Pay the Most?

Which Solar Jobs Pay the Most?

Solar power is the future of energy and we’re going to need plenty of people to work in the solar industry to keep it running smoothly. A study by the U.S. Department of Energy found that by 2035, 40% of the nation’s electricity could be provided by solar energy, and it will employ 1.5 million people in the process. Which solar jobs pay the best and what level of education and training would one need to obtain them?

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Fractional Chief Operating Officer (COO)

Fractional Chief Operating Officer (COO)

With so many job titles being used today, it’s hard to know who does what. Therefore, it makes sense to start by hiring a fractional chief operating officer (COO) who can help in this area for a fraction of the pay rate. But, what’s the difference between a COO and a fractional COO?

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Fractional Chief Marketing Officer (CMO)

Fractional Chief Marketing Officer (CMO)

In the past, if you needed an executive, you would have to hire them as full-time workers and pay them high wages. A less costly solution is to hire what is known as a fractional executive since they only work a portion of the time a full-time executive would.

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