The gig economy has been greatly disrupted and accelerated through the pandemic. In 2020, the gig economy grew 33% — expanding 8.25X faster than the U.S. economy as a whole. Learn where the best opportunities currently lie in the following infographic.
Did you know that 60% of small business owners feel they are not very knowledgeable about accounting and finance? Fortunately, there are plenty of small business accounting courses available to help you get started with accounting. In this infographic, the team at Small Business Learning show the benefits of taking an online accounting course.
Can you envision yourself with a career in the beauty industry? Whether you want to work in hair, makeup, fashion, style or grooming, the first steps you take to start your cosmetology career are some of the most important you’ll take. In this infographic, Evergreen Beauty College breaks down the six steps on how to launch a successful career in the beauty industry.
The Herman Ostrow School recently published the following infographic that includes definitions, causes, and ways to protect teeth from erosion, attrition, abrasion, and abfraction. Learn how to diagnose, monitor, and treat different types of tooth wear with this infographic.
If you have been thinking about a career in business management and accounting, acquiring the proper education is a great place to start. The Associate of Applied Science degree in Business Management and Accounting from a Business Career College prepares graduates for entry-level employment in various Business Administration settings and Accounting firms.
This infographic from the folks at Ponbee.com presents a comprehensive list of the highest paying work from home jobs, where to look for jobs and telecommute-friendly companies.
The world needs a better way to combat the unconscious bias found in the hiring and recruitment of employees. But how? See how to make recruiting better using artificial intelligence, courtesy of ThisWay Global.
With student loan debt climbing, many people are beginning to look for careers that don’t require a college degree. But what are the options for good-paying jobs without a degree? Using data pulled from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Career Institute compiled a list of 80 jobs that don’t require a degree and have an average annual salary of more than $50,000.
Are you thinking about becoming a programmer but don’t know which programming language to choose? This infographic, courtesy of videoinfographica.com, will help you to decide which programming language you should you learn fin 2021.
Just because you have no work experience doesn’t mean you can’t land a great job. You very likely have skills and education that will translate well into many industries. Use this infographic to guide you through creating a resume showcasing your potential.