Career & Jobs Infographics
In this infographic, you will learn why working from home just one day a week is great for the environment and helps to improve team morale. Show this to your boss and join the movement at http://www.facebook.com/WFHFri.
It turns out 37 percent of employers – nearly two in five companies – are using social networking sites to research job seekers’ every online move. But are they looking for beer-chugging profile pictures, or candidates who have the potential to become “Best New Employee?”
Firefighters are the nation’s heroes, from the local volunteer fire brigade to the brave FDNY force who rushed into the falling Twin Towers on September 11. Despite the dangers of the job, firefighting attracts many more people than there are positions available. To better your chance in securing a coveted spot on the squad, you’ll have to transform yourself into a fire warrior.
Most people think that the psychopaths in our world are behind bars and locked up with the key thrown away. What people don’t realize is that many times, these psychos are the ones that sign our paychecks. If that is you, enjoy the following infographic published by Become Career entitled “The Anatomy of a Boss from Hell.”
There was a time when getting a job required a lot of actual legwork (physical walking), multiple interviews, and a stack of resumes. It was expected that finding employment would take bit of time. However, in the present economic state, executives want to fill open positions with super qualified individuals as quickly and cost effectively as possible.
It’s hard to stop them – that is employees spending time on social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter and others. But when is too much too much? At what point can social media cost you your job? This infographic from Tribe HR takes a look at this interesting question.
Do you put yourself at increased risk of dying every time you clock in at work? Check out this infographic on the most dangerous careers in the U.S. Did your gig make the list?
Social media is a growing field, and it seems more glamorous everyday. This infographic explores many different job opportunities in the industry, where the big players are, and how much they make.
Despite the long history of fighting for workers’ rights in this country and the cultural buzz around “family values,” the U.S. actually offers some of the weakest paid family leave benefits in the world. Though some individual states offer employees guaranteed paid family leave, a majority of new parents in the American workforce do not have many options for taking a leave.This infographic published by Mindflash explores the research on paid family leave and its importance to the workforce.
St. Louis has a surprisingly robust job market and workforce. This infographic demonstrates the opportunities you can find in a somewhat surprising place.
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