Making a move for a job is becoming less taboo as more professionals realize where you live can impact work happiness. To determine which cities are America’s happiest cities to work in, job website, CareerBliss analyzes employee review data and releases it to the masses.
Money isn’t everything. Even though a nice salary can be a determining factor in accepting a position, there is a lot more that goes into job happiness than just a paycheck.
In a new study from job search site Indeed, job satisfaction is all about location.
With employees working an average of 47 hours per week, it’s no wonder people are looking for a position that not only pays well but also provides a good work environment. While there are many factors that go into job satisfaction, the degree of happiness can vary from city to city.
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.
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.
Tech jobs are very desirable with job seekers. Many tech companies are recognized on “best companies” lists and other valuable areas that job seekers want to find in a job. They usually offer competitive salaries, great benefits, and plenty of other perks, including happy employees and a low turnover rate.
While most think a STEM degree is needed to break into the tech industry, there are some high paying, fast growing careers that don’t require a math or science degree. Below are 10 tech jobs that fit that criteria.