(NewsUSA) - Financial planning can help you reach your goals in life. It is also a profession that offers rewarding, flexible careers. These careers provide many benefits, including work-life …
(NewsUSA) - Finding a rewarding career that offers growth potential, work-life balance and the satisfaction of helping others is a key priority for many job seekers. With those goals in mind, a …
(BPT) - While women make up approximately half of the U.S. workforce, they are underrepresented in the technology sector, making up 28% of the industry. These numbers are even lower for women of …
If you're considering a career change but not sure which direction you're headed, consider these words of wisdom.
EDsmart cited 2020 Department of Education's College Scorecard data to review five factors to consider when evaluating online post-secondary schools.
TeacherCertification.com collected data on alternatives to teacher licensing tests and the states that allow those alternatives.
Study.com compiled a list of five countries offering free college education and researched how they do it and how their policies apply to international students.
12 metrics employers are using today to measure employee engagement
Nextiva identified ways employers can measure and improve employee engagement to build a stronger work culture with committed workers.
States where Americans work the longest weeks
Nextiva used data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics to determine how many hours people work in each state, on average, and visualized that data using a map, table, and scatter plot to see trends in hours worked and pay.
How many people does it take to build an app?
Feats compiled a list of key roles in app development, explaining what each does and how these roles contribute to an app's success.
Tips for Wrapping up 2022 and Preparing for the New Year
(BPT) - Sponsored by Office DepotWith just a short time left before the end of this year and the start of 2023, business owners, remote workers, teachers and more are working hard to find a balance …
States where the fewest workers are going back to the office
Remote work used to be a perk enjoyed mostly by tech workers. Stacker used Census Bureau data to explore where teleworking has remained popular as America moves further from pandemic lockdowns.
How much employees actually pay for health care plans
Many employers in the U.S. offer some type of health care plan. The data collected by Sana gives insight into the growth rate of employee contributions under different health insurance plans.
3 ways women are taking control of their finances to reenergize their future
(BPT) - Facing an uncertain economy, rising inflation and a potential recession on the horizon, many are stressed about their own finances, and women are especially feeling financial pressure. …
Top tech tips: How to create the best interactive virtual experiences
(BPT) - From small get-togethers and company-wide meetings to large-scale events and even global conferences, virtual live-streaming experiences have become vital for audiences around the world to …
States where truck drivers make the most
Truckinfo.net combed through data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics to find out in which states truck drivers make the most money.
After a decade of decline and a pandemic dip, college enrollment is leveling off
EDsmart cited current and projected enrollment figures from the National Center for Education Statistics to contextualize enrollment declines.
Manufacturing industries that employ the most women
Get It Made collected data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics to rank the manufacturing industries that employ the most women today.
4 things U.S. workers need to know when health worsens after COVID
(BPT) - The American workforce has been hit hard by COVID-19 in the past few years. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that by November 2022, there have been 97.6 million cases in …