What do skatepark engineers, coconut safety engineers, volcanologists, or 3D filmers have in common? All these professionals have degrees in STEM fields (science, technology, engineering and mathematics). These are jobs unfamiliar to most people. What are some of the jobs you almost never think about (but perhaps should consider) while searching for a job)?
Have you ever wanted a career in sports? You don’t have to be a professional athlete to make this dream come true.
Behind every individual athlete or team victory, there are STEM professionals at work. Sports and technology are overwhelmingly intertwined in today’s world. From designing Paralympic equipment to biochemical engineers working on faster recovery of athletes’ damaged tissues, they all have one unifying denominator: sports.
If you want to earn more in 2017, moving to a new city might just be what you need to enhance your career and bank account.
With the high-rise of tech and STEM related careers, it’s no surprise these positions are becoming America’s highest paying jobs.
The competition for jobs is increasingly difficult. For older job seekers, you must be aware of the steps you must take to make yourself stand out in a field of younger applicants. The issue of discrimination against older job seekers is a real one, so what can you do to get the edge? Continue reading
Let’s be honest, the job search is no easy task. There are factors that play into being the right candidate or finding the ‘perfect’ job but staying positive through the job search process can be difficult.
The demand for cybersecurity experts is skyrocketing. With daily cyberattacks and costly data breaches increasing each year, it has never been a better time to explore the career options in this field. The demand for cybersecurity jobs is expected to grow by 53% over the next two years, leaving over 200,000 currently unfilled positions in the U.S alone, according to the Peninsula Press analysis. By 2019, the global cybersecurity field is predicted to be comprised of up to 6 million cybersecurity experts. However, there is a huge gap between cybersecurity experts needed and jobs filled.
Working from home sounds like a dream come true but the truth is, there are plenty of benefits companies get with hiring remote employees. That’s why more and more companies are embracing remote friendly jobs.