Employers are heading into the new year with cautious optimism. The economy has been growing at a gradual but steady pace and is poised to stay on this path in 2013, barring major disruptions. More employers are expecting to hire than in recent years, but the modest recovery, along with the weakened global... Read More »
It sometimes happens that you make a move, regret it and look back fondly at a company you were with, sometimes years ago. When you re-apply to a past employer, you can expect to be asked about your motivation for wanting to return. Read More »
Rachel Zupek, CareerBuilder.com writer
In a CareerBuilder survey at the end of 2009, 20 percent of employers said they would be looking to increase headcount this year. For example, Aerojet, a space and defense contractor, is looking to hire more than 100 people in virtually all areas of its business across the... Read More »
We've waved goodbye to the first decade of the new millennium, and hopefully we've seen our last of a sour economy. It's a new year and we're ready for a change. Fortunately, many companies feel the same way and they're ready to hire plenty of new talent in 2010.
Health care was one of the few industries to grow... Read More »
As 2009 winds down, you can't help but realize what a roller coaster of a year it's been. No one knew what to expect coming into this year, and we constantly looked for signs that the economy would turn around.
Fortunately, we have seen some clues that the situation isn't as bad as it once was and won't get as... Read More »
By Michael Kling
With unemployment just over 10%, job security is one of the top desires of employees today. Along with good pay and benefits, people want to find a company that's not going to give them a pink slip any time soon.
Here's a group of companies that earn high marks in that regard. Nine companies... Read More »
Updated October 2009
By Molly Hallman, Payscale.com
Can you imagine how simple your life would be if you never had to drive to work? If you have the self-discipline to work from home, the right opportunity could help you get back those commute hours and gain some extra time each day to do whatever you... Read More »
What's the worst part of your workday? Is it your job or all the work you do just getting to and from the office? Consider how much time you spend on packing your lunch, sitting in rush hour twice a day, deciding which grocery store is easiest to get to on the way home, not to mention the money you spend on... Read More »