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The expanding industry is leading to more job openings.
Millennials are finding a niche in the workplace as social media managers.
The baby boomer population will increase dramatically over the next 25 years, which means more retirees will be joining the job market.
Jill Schlesinger reports this could be a good time for you to ask for that long-awaited for bump in pay.
Jill Schlesinger has more information on why statisticians are in high demand in the workforce.
Jill Schlesinger reports the government projects that demand for statisticians will grow by 27 percent by 2022 much faster than the average for all occupations.
Jill Schlesinger reports there are currently about 2.6 million civilian government employees, down from a peak of 3 million twenty years ago.
Jill Schlesinger reports instead of spending pointless hours on your favorite console or device, take that avid interest to the next level and consider a career in the booming video game industry.
Jill Schlesinger reports if you plan on getting some work done on the Fourth of July, you may want to celebrate National Workaholics Day on July 5.
As Jill Schlesinger reports, while many workers prefer a full-time position, others opt to work part-time in the evenings or on the weekends to earn additional income.
Jill Schlesinger reports careers in science, technology, engineering and math, the so-called STEM jobs can be intimidating, but worth taking a closer look.
As Jill Schlesinger reports, more are entering the labor force as the job market has stabilized.
Jill Schlesinger offers some advice from her own dad in honor of the upcoming Father’s Day holiday.
As Jill Schlesinger reports, according to the National Bureau of Economic Research, the U.S. economy bottomed out in June 2009.
Jill Schlesinger reports although the labor market has been strengthening, there’s still big competition to land entry-level jobs.