Women earn just 76.5 percent of what men earn based of median annual salaries for full time workers.
Jill Schlesinger reports that employment for qualified social workers will grow by 19 percent from 2012 to 2022, faster than the average for all occupations.
Jill Schlesinger reports if you are interested in a career in criminal justice, you’ve picked the right time.
Jill Schlesinger reports the Bureau of Labor Statistics forecasts that employment for personal financial advisors is expected to rise by 27 percent during the next eight years.
Jill Schlesinger reports those who completed a Bachelor’s degree or higher were in better shape when it comes to employment with an unemployment rate of just 2.9 percent.
Jill Schlesinger reports if you are considering purchasing a franchise, get ready to do your research before putting down a fee.
Jill Schlesinger reports you could work at non-profit environmental organizations, solar and wind technology companies.
Jill Schlesinger reports that the Labor Department predicts that jobs for reporters, correspondents and broadcast news analysts will drop by 13 percent from 2012 to 2022 due to a decline in advertising revenue.
Jill Schlesinger reports the National Association of Colleges and Employers says 97.5 percent of internships are paid.
Jill Schlesinger reports that experts note that creative professionals may be the best candidates to morph their hobbies into careers.
Jill Schlesinger reports if you are working a full-time career and don’t have the time or lifestyle that would accommodate returning to graduate school, you might want to consider a certificate program that would boost your skills and potentially, your earning power.
Jill Schlesinger reports the first hurdle is to find legitimate, well-paid positions because work-at-home scams abound.
Jill Schlesinger reports on a new survey by PayScale which measures the success of college graduates beyond dollars and cents.
Philadelphia Jobs Report: Accounting And Tax Prep Firms Expected To Hire More This Upcoming Tax Season
Jill Schlesinger reports with the upcoming tax-filing season expected to be the worst in decades, accounting and tax prep firms are expected to hire more people.
Jill Schlesinger reports on the list of the hottest jobs in the year ahead.