Are you looking for gifts for someone who is looking for a new job, just started a job or out of work this holiday? Forget the scarf this year and focus on something they can really use and save them money.
By 2024, the Bureau of Labor Statistics BLS projects the US labor force will be about 164 million people. This number includes about 41 million people who will be ages 55 and older—of whom about 13 million are expected to be ages 65 and older. However, many employees feel even at age 40 that they are targets for layoffs and transitions due to their age.
According to executive coaching and outplacement firm Challenger, Gray and Christmas, firms around the world are beginning to report large scale layoff plans possibly signaling an upcoming downturn. In the US the firm reported that November totaled 53,073.
Many of us don’t really know what our career calling is. It can be very confusing to try to navigate jobs and careers in an increasingly competitive and digital world. Here are some tips on how you can approach your personal career path.
Unemployment is at 3.9% and that is good news for candidates. Employers have more job openings that are vacant and are looking to fill them. At the beginning of the summer (May) the Department of Labor DOL noted there were more job openings than people to fill them and this trend is continuing through the summer into the fall.
Memorial Day is almost here and many students have lined up an internship for the summer. You might be wondering if it is too late to apply for an internship and if it is worth it. According to research by NACE there are positive outcomes of working in an internship in the early stages of one’s career.
Mom, your daughter has numerous ways to achieve her life goals. Let her know this Mother’s Day she has options; she can dream, and achieve her goals, with confidence and independence—with your support.
This new landscape requires contemporary styles of leadership and new techniques for managing organizations. Today, there are unique pressures on company leaders, workers, and educators to change the ways they prepare and plan for modern-day jobs and careers. This interview and Tracey’s book, Digital Disruption: The Future of Work, Skills, Leadership, Education and Careers in a Digital World, offer educators, executives, and s...
April is financial literacy month, to embrace your relationship with money. Women (61%) are happier single, compared to men (49%), reports data analytics firm Mintel in a 2017 survey. Women also are also happier when they are independent and financially savvy.
Women Lead did not garner the major media press given to Sheryl Sandberg's book, but it is certainly reaching the hearts and minds of working women in America. The book stemmed from two research studies conducted in 2012/2013; a quantitative study of over 3000 men and women managers in the US, and interviews with over 200 women leaders in a variety of industries, across the US on their perspectives on women, leadership and...