Career & Jobs Infographics
In the U.S., 51% have felt burned out more than once. In the U.K., 1 in 3 employees blame technology for their job stress. Below, Online PhD Degrees explains the science behind chronic stress and how to avoid it.
Automation is coming whether workers want it to or not, and the best line of defense against it is learning the skills that are the hardest to automate. This infographic courtesy of Grey Campus takes an in depth look into the skills that will be the most necessary to have in the future, and the professions that are at the lowest-risk of being automated.
Imposter syndrome is an extreme case of self-doubt that impacts your performance and success—which, in turn, can hinder your earning potential. This infographic from Intuit Mint looks at 5 different types of imposter syndrome, how it affects your finances, and provides tips to overcome it.
Data scientists use heterogeneous data to solve complex problems. With skills in mathematics and computer science, anyone can be a data scientist. Explaining more on the topic, Noodle.ai outlines why it’s cool to be a data scientist, and how the AI software and tech they create can change the world.
Today’s technological innovations have removed the barriers for the disabled’s participation in the workforce. This infographic explains how remote work can be an option for people with disabilities. If they have the right skills, they can participate in the workforce, as well.
The US Bureau of Labor Statistics forecasts 11.5 million new jobs in data science and analytics within the next 10 years, but Intel estimates that there are only 1 million R programmers worldwide today, and the entire Kaggle data science community is only 2 million members so far. In this infographic, Cartesian DataSciences looks at how to become a data scientist.
The gig economy will employee more freelancers than traditional workers by 2021. In fact, 1 in 3 U.S. workers have taken on some form of gig work. Published by GigWorker, this infographic explains who gig workers are, how they find gigs, and more.
The recruiting landscape is challenging. Recruiters are in a tight race to find top talent and with copious job openings paired with low unemployment, the job seeker is firmly in the driver’s seat. It is essential for an organization to fine-tune their recruiting processes to steer A Players in the direction of their company and win the war for talent. In the following infographic, ClearCompany looks at what job seekers today expect during the hiring process.
As a critical member of the healthcare team, radiologic technologists utilizing various imaging technologies, acquire images of a patient’s body for radiologists who will then interpret the images. Becoming a radiologic technologist typically requires an associate’s or bachelor’s degree. In addition to a degree, in most states, radiologic technologists must be licensed and/or certified to have careers in radiology.
By 2026, the global e-learning market is expected to hit $400 billion. How can you earn a piece of the pie? Technology can help us with a lot of things, including building our careers. Learn more about using tech to become an infopreneur courtesy of this infographic.
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