Career & Jobs Infographics

Before Choosing a College or Career…

Before Choosing a College or Career…

Before choosing a college or career, make sure you are aware of the potential financial burdens and risks. Choosing the wrong path out of high school can set you back time, money, and happiness. Learn more in the following infographic.

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The Job Round Up

This infographic 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.

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13 Employee Referral New Year’s Resolutions for 2013

13 Employee Referral New Year’s Resolutions for 2013

This infographic, compiled by social recruitment platform Zao.com, illustrates 13 simple employee referral resolutions any organization can take to build great teams from the inside out, such as providing program feedback and referring the right jobs to the right people.

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Do Your Applicants Belong on the Naughty or Nice List?

It can be difficult to find the right people for your company’s open jobs. How will you know if the candidate is top talent or could be the office Grinch? The infographic below, compiled by Spark Hire, an online video resume and interviewing platform, provides a helpful quiz to let you know if your holiday candidate is a gift or a curse.

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Men In Pink Collar

Men In Pink Collar

Today’s men are opting for jobs in non-traditional fields, more specifically, pink collar jobs. Pink collar jobs are service-oriented jobs traditionally occupied by at least 70% women. Examples of these jobs are: nursing, teaching, social work, administrative assistant and dental hygienist. Check out the infographic below presented by Work Boots to learn more about men in pink collar jobs.

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Healthcare Jobs are Booming

As the 71 million Baby Boomers continue to retire, job growth in the healthcare industry is affected in two ways: The enormous aging generation will need more assistance and care as well as 24.3% of hospital jobs that will be left open from retiring baby boomers that will need to be filled. The infographic below provides a deeper look into how Baby Boomers are part of the growing jobs in the healthcare industry.

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The Evolution of the Salesperson

A salesperson can either be your best friend or most hated person on the planet. Years ago, sales took a very aggressive approach that turned consumers off to whatever it was they were selling. Today, salespeople have developed a different tactic. Now, they are more consumer based and focused on building a relationship with the client before selling them anything.

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Cosmetology – Careers, Salaries & Job Outlook

The following infographic is a quick guide to the beauty business and what it is like to be a cosmetologist. Learn about cosmetology degree requirement, job outlook, industry wise income & highest paying US states for one of the top career choices.

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What Do You Want To Be When You Grow Up?

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?

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Why It Pays To Be a Firefighter

If you’re wondering whether it makes sense to invest the time and effort involved in a fire career, there’s good news: projections show strong expected growth throughout the rest of the decade, with a 19% increase – or over 57,000 new jobs – expected by 2020. While there are many very good reasons to consider a career as a fire fighter, potential earnings may be among the most attractive. Firefighters can earn upwards of $71,000 per year (depending on location and position); in fact, the position of Fire Chief is the highest paying public sector job in the country.

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