By Mike "Mish" Shedlock, Global Economic Trend Analysis
According to the latest survey from the National Association for Business Economics (NABE) hiring over the next six months looks grim. Read More »
A whole layer of middle-management finance jobs that were decimated in 2008 and 2009 may be making a comeback. According to Jodi Chavez, senior vice president of Accounting Principals, a wholly-owned subsidiary of staffing firm Adecco, every major industry is in a better hiring position than in 2009. Read More »
While online degrees were once largely seen as being second-rate, recent studies have reported that employers are not only more open to, but are even showing a favorable sentiment toward candidates with online degrees these days.
One such study, conducted by Excelsior College/Zogby International, found that... Read More »
Your industry may be in trouble. You may be a fisherman in the Gulf, a textile worker in New England, lawyer in Manhattan, or parts supplier in Detroit. How can you help during the crisis -- and save your job along the way? Read More »
The 2010 "Education Nation" summit took place this past week in New York City. It's goal? To discuss ways to improve a national education system that has fallen far behind that of other nations.
Earlier this week, President Obama made an appearance on the Today Show saying, "Historically, when we first set up... Read More »
The votes are in. Whether you are a recent college grad that still needs to secure a job, or a seasoned professional looking to move up or out to a different company, you will want to check out these cities before relocating. These cities offer the best chances for finding employment.
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Brent Rasmussen, President, CareerBuilder North America
Given the layoffs and unemployment woes that consistently make headlines, it may seem hard to believe that some industries are experiencing worker shortages. Yet despite a national unemployment rate that hovers near double digits, there are industries that... Read More »
A Columbus, Ohio, man is behind bars facing charges that he tried to have his former co-worker kidnapped with the intent of holding her for ransom.
Police arrested Carlton Rotach, 21, Sunday night after detectives and SWAT officers pulled off a sting operation posing as potential kidnappers that Rotach allegedly... Read More »
According to CareerBuilder and USA Today's most recent Job Forecast nationwide survey of employers, hiring in the second half of 2010 is likely to mirror hiring trends of the first half of the year with hiring progressing at a moderate but consistent pace. Of the 2,534 hiring managers and HR professionals... Read More »