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Image credit   The healthcare industry has been lacking employees for the past years and is in dire need of workers to be able to cope up with the jobs needed to be worked with. There are a variety of jobs available within the industry and are very in demand for employees. Certain facts and factors are needed for you to determine if the job available is good for you. Below are few examples for these: Clientele served by...
Photo credit   The U.S. economy has been challenged a lot last year due to inflation. Interest rates were raised several times within that year. Organizations are expected to be cautious in their spending but surprisingly there has been an increase in job hiring as of January this year. There are about 510,000 openings posted which is a 260,000 jump from last December. This brought the unemployment rate down to 3.4 percent, the...
Photo credit   The idea of work-life balance in the past is to ensure you have distinction between your personal time and work time. However, in the modern world this concept has evolved into more of how to make both work at the same time. Hence, how to integrate both of these. As both are equally important to a person. One cannot fully provide their personal needs, may it be your own gratification or responsibilities at home, if...
Photo credit   Forbes Future of Work 50 was just recently published and it talks about important matters at hand - the evolution of work pre and post pandemic. The future of work may highlight more how work life has changed the past three years, from changes to work setup, staffing challenges and encompassing them, technology and tools that sprung to life to support in all aspects. More than these things, it is important to...
Photo credit   Prior to the pandemic, only a handful percent of the workforce were doing remote jobs. However, when the pandemic hit the vast majority of the world, employees were obliged to work off site due to the rising cases of Covid and several imposed government restrictions. Since then, almost everyone got a chance to see the benefits of working from home.  According to this blog theladders.com , here are the 10...