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The Coronavirus outbreak has wrecked havoc the U.S. job market. Since President Donald Trump declared this global pandemic a national emergency in mid-March, over 30 million people have filed for jobless benefits for the first time. For those that are working from home, many are still struggling with the concept and find it a huge change that will require some effort to master.
The employment of nurse’s aides often referred to as “nursing assistants” is projected to grow by 9 percent from 2018 to 2028, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Now is an opportune time to begin training in a nurse aide program. In this infographic, Training Direct looks at how the employment demand for nurse aides Is growing.
With the job market so saturated and competition for positions so high, job searching can feel especially stressful. Procrastinating is one of the biggest culprits of slowing down a job search — it feels like there’s so much to get done, so where do you even start? Why not look at your personality type and work backward from there? Resume Now has put together a visual guide to time management strategies.
Here is an infographic that shows the background, benefits and advice related to the surge in working from home. For many people, shifting to the home office has been the only available option, but for those ready to adjust it could be a blessing in disguise. It offers the individual more freedom and flexibility, employees working from home are more productive, and it can save time and money for everyone involved.
In light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, there are more Americans who work from home now more than at any time in history. Are employees more productive from home or are distractions actually interrupting work? This infographic shows you what 2000 Americans working from home are really up to when they are supposed to be working.
It’s difficult to find your dream job, but Nine2FiveJobSearch has trips to guide you. The world of work has gone extremely remote. Do you know how to find work?
Americans are ready for the future of work. Online Psychology Degrees explains how far trust can take employers in business. How important is morale to your firm?
An HR recruiting professional exists to help a job applicant get the job they are looking for. Though the recruiters do not make the final hiring decision in hiring employees, they are tasked with bringing a handful of the most competent candidate to the hiring manager. The following infographic lists 20 of the most common things recruiters want from candidates that you won’t necessarily find in the job description.
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.
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