As another year inches closer to ending, it’s time to see what companies are the happiest. From healthcare to retail, CareerBliss released it’s annual list of the 50 happiest companies in America with UnitedHealthcare landing the top spot.
Each year, more and more companies focus their efforts on veteran hiring. Veteran’s have skills that any company would be happy to have but there are some companies out there that go above and beyond to hire and train vets.
Retail is big business and the field has a lot of great positions for job seekers. If you’re wondering who the happiest retail employers are CareerBliss has you covered with it’s annual list of happiest retailers to work for.
Thinking about a new job? Looking to earn more money? If you’re in the middle of a job search you might want to look at the top 20 jobs with highest pay increases in 2015.
Thinking about relocating? Do you need a big city for opportunities? Take a look at Glassdoor’s latest report on the 25 Best Cities for job seekers right now.
The cities were determined by weighing three factors: hiring opportunity, how affordable it is to live in the city, and job satisfaction. The report reveals each city’s media pay, median home value, job satisfaction, current openings and the population of each city.
Having strong friendships and connecting with others can benefit you in more ways than you think.
In a time where it’s more about who you know, employers are looking for referrals, recommendations and word of mouth to help guide them in the right direction for candidates. And your friends, might just be the ammo you need to land the job of your dreams.
With more and more hiring managers using social media to research job applicants, it’s time to figure out how to write a solid professional social media bio that showcases who you are.
It can be difficult to fit so much into a few sentences, but remember keeping it short and to the point is best. You also want to have it match your resume and make sure it fits your personal brand.
Here are a few tips on how to create a great professional social media bio.
There’s a lot that goes into finding a job you’re happy with and one goal a lot of job seekers have is to find a job that has low stress. Everyone wants to be happy at work but a lot goes into a job that many might now think of that can create added stress.
Some stressors of jobs are easily definable, like when your life or the life of others is in jeopardy, but other factors might not be as easy to pinpoint. CareerCast.com recently released a job rated report that outlined the 10 least stressful jobs of 2015 and they they are less stressful.