Job Gains, and Losses

Job gains for one month don’t tell a story. To get a clear idea of things, we have to track job growth in the economy over time. So, let’s take a look at some of last year’s numbers.

From March 2017 to June 2017, gross job gains…

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The Benefits of Being a Mentor

Mentors give their protégés a career boost — and receive one in return, suggests a Robert Half Management Resources survey.

Thirty-eight percent of CFOs who have served as a mentor said the greatest benefit is the opportunity to improve their own leadership skills, followed by 29 percent who…

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How to Reduce the Spread of Workplace Germs

Winter-germ season is in full swing, and hand sanitizer producer Gojo is sharing four simple tips on how to reduce the spread of germs in the workplace.

A recent study found that 70 percent of workers in the United States have come to work sick.

Couple this with reports…

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Switching Jobs

One sign of a strong economy is a large number of workers changing jobs. It shows that people have confidence, and are willing to leave a safe job for a better prospect.

According to research from staffing firm Accountemps, approximately three in 10 (29 percent) professionals plan to look for…

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Pharmacists Have a Bright Future

The nation’s pharmacists make pretty good money, and should have excellent job security, the U.S. Census Bureau Reports.

There are currently around 214, 665 pharmacists, and 21,617 pharmacy aides across the country. The median annual wage for pharmacists was $122,230 in May 2016.

To become a…

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