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10 Companies Hiring Like Crazy in November
If a career change is on your mind, we know it’s not the easiest thing in the world to find a company you can feel at home at—which is why The Muse is here to help!
We’ve rounded up some great companies that are looking to hire like crazy this month. Check out the listings below to get a sense of why they’re awesome, and see how you might have the chance to work for them.Read More
Here Are Start Up Failure Rates By Industry
If all startups were successful, everyone would be an entrepreneur. Starting up involves risk, a lot of it. There’s a very real probability that your startup will fail. It might have nothing to do with how you ran it, it could be based on a number of factors that are out of your control. Although, it could also be because of the way you ran it. You often need more than good intentions for a solid business plan.Read More
29 Fun Facts About the Job Market!
Searching for a new career can be tough. Exhaustingly searching through online job postings from different sources does not seem to differentiate you enough from other applicants. But did you know that the majority of jobs in the market are not advertised online? To help boost your motivation and push you to achieve, I have researched and assembled a few fun facts about the job market. The figures definitely look quite interesting!Read More
With ‘Gigs’ Instead of Jobs, Workers Bear New Burdens
If you believe the New York Times sloganeers, we are in a “gig economy, ” where work consists of a series of short-term jobs coordinated through a mobile app. That, anyway, is the prediction of tech executives and futurists and the great fear of labor activists.
But anyone who cares about the future of work in the United States shouldn’t focus to narrowly on the novelty of people making extra money using their mobile phones. There’s a bigger shift underway.Read More
17 Companies That Are As Good As Google
Move over Google—there are some new guys in town, and they have a whole lot of perks, energy, and influence.Read More
How A Trump Presidency Will Affect 15 Industries
Oil drillers. Gas pipelines. Coal. Banks. Pharmaceuticals. Construction and industrial equipment. The defense industry. Those are among the likely winners of a Donald Trump administration.Read More
By the Numbers: Interesting Facts About Jobs and Income
The national unemployment rate is currently holding steady at 5 percent (the lowest it’s been since 2008).Read More
It's getting increasingly important for companies to be able to recruit and retain talented, dedicated employees. However, many companies are not yet fully attuned to the realities of what it takes to do that.
Glassdoor for Employers has compiled a set of very useful statistics that can help you guide your recruiting efforts. As you consider the best ways to reach out to prospective job seekers, keep these important statistics in mind.
- On average, every corporate job opening attracts 250 resumes
But only 4 to 6 of these people will be called for an interview, and only 1 of those will be offered a job.
- There are 5 things job seekers take into account before accepting a job offer
These 5 things, from most to least important, are: 1) salary and compensation, 2) career growth opportunities, 3) work-life balance, 4) location/commute, and 5) company culture and values.
Bored at work? According to a new study, the secret to career fulfillment is finding a job that involves helping others – and staying away from manual labor.
There are few things worse than being stuck in a job you hate. Days feel like they'll never end, the simplest work becomes onerous, and even getting out of bed can be a chore. This is especially true if your career has limited upside, since the motivation to stick it out in finance is far greater than in, say, waste management. That said, if your workdays are spent counting down the minutes until quitting time, you might be surprised to learn that you're actually part of a very small minority. In fact, a recent study from the University of Chicago claims that more than three-quarters of workers are happy with their present jobs.
According to a report from the University's National Opinion Research Center tracking job satisfaction, a full 88% of all workers say that they're "satisfied" at work.Read More
Disruptive innovations are creating new industries and business models, and destroying old ones. New technologies, data analytics and social networks are having a huge impact on how people communicate, collaborate and work. As generations collide, workforces become more diverse and people work longer; traditional career models may soon be a thing of the past. Many of the roles and job titles of tomorrow will be ones we’ve not even thought of yet.
So how are these developments going to affect the talent your business needs? How can you attract, retain and motivate them? How is HR going to change as a result?’
The projections in this report build on the work started in 2007 by a team from PwC and the James Martin Institute for Science and Civilisation at the Said Business School in Oxford, who came together to develop a series of scenarios for the future of people management. The result was three ‘worlds of work’, which provide a lens through which to examine how organisations might operate in the future.Read More
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