Outsourcing is becoming more common as companies strive for efficiency and outsourcing allows for a fluid workforce that can be sized to accommodate more or less work volume. In 2014, U.S. manufacturing outsourced 53% of their work while IT services outsourced 43%, R&D was outsourced 38% of the time, Distribution 26% and Call or help centers 12%. This does not mean that all of those jobs went overseas. Some outsourcing occurs as larger companies hire smaller more specialized companies to perform portions of specific tasks.
Archives for June 2016
It’s the rare business that doesn’t want to increase sales and thus increase profits. Of course the most obvious way to increase sales is to get more prospects.
Left brained people are traditionally considered smart, because modern education is generally geared toward their strengths such as memorizing information and logic. They are also able to use their abilities to solve complex problems. These strengths make certain jobs perfect for the left-brained individual. Here are six, high-paying jobs, which a left-brained person would probably do well in.
On June 3rd the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics released its “surprisingly weak” monthly Employment Report which the media is touting as “terrible”. According to the media “only 38,000 jobs were created” in the month of May. Although experts were predicting increase two or three times as large.
This was the smallest gain since September 2010 partially fueled by the Verizon strike of 34,000 but even with that extra 34,000 payrolls would have increased by only 72,000. However, like most Government statistics it is only half the story. First of all, the numbers quoted are …