Over a Million New Jobs Not 211,000 

According to the BLS Commissioner's report for this month: "The unemployment rate changed little over the month but, at 4.4 percent, matched the pre-recession low reached in 2007. The number of unemployed persons, at 7.1 million, also changed little … [Continue reading]

Why the U.S. Isn’t at “Full Employment” Yet

U3 minus U6 Unemployment

The news is bristling with excitement as all the major media outlets are jumping on today's employment numbers hot off the Bureau of Labor Statistics presses. The BLS reported that the Seasonally Adjusted U-3 unemployment rate was just 4.4% and the … [Continue reading]

Data Entry as a Career Choice

If you enjoy typing and are able to type relatively quickly, you might want  to try your luck with a data entry job. It is a wide field that provides a great opportunity to learn different things and test your typing skills. However, don’t get fooled … [Continue reading]

Don’t Let Your Social Security Claim Be Denied

Social Security Claim Denied

Do you need to apply for social security disability or retirement benefits? In some cases, these claims are denied. To avoid a social security claim denial, be sure to follow the application instructions exactly. For Disability claims go to … [Continue reading]

5 Resume Tips for Healthcare Employees

Typically, one of the first steps for landing a career in the healthcare field is to apply with a resume to your desired position. Even though the Bureau of Labor Statistics projects job growth of over 30% across the healthcare field in the next … [Continue reading]

Ways to Make a Happier Blue-Collar Workforce

Not enough is said about blue collar workers in the media today. While those in more prestigious industries are often written about, blue collar workers are the backbone of society and deserve more attention. If you oversee a staff of blue collar … [Continue reading]

The Most Outsourced Jobs in 2017

The term outsourcing represents a business partnership between a company and an individual (or company). In this partnership, they agree that the company will contract services from an outside provider who will be paid an agreed upon fee for their … [Continue reading]

Unemployment Down in March

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) released their monthly Employment/Unemployment report for the month ending in March on April 7th.  The widely publicized Seasonally Adjusted U-3 Unemployment rate was 4.5% down from 4.7% in February. While … [Continue reading]

Housing Ace: 5 Ways to Prepare for a Job in Real Estate

Being a real estate agent can be a really great career for the right person. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) the median salary for a Real Estate agent is $45,610 per year. Real estate brokers and sales agents help clients buy, … [Continue reading]

Preparing for a Healthcare Job Interview

Healthcare Job Interview

Looking for your first healthcare job is an exciting journey that may have a few bumps along the way. Although preparing and submitting a sleek resume is the first step of the process, the in-person interview may be the most important part. Good … [Continue reading]