According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. “Employment in this [waste management] sector is expected to grow by 21 percent by 2020. Many new jobs will be created in employment services, an industry that is anticipated to account for 40 percent of all new jobs in the sector. Projected growth stems from the strong need for seasonal and temporary workers ...more
Need new talent, but don't have the resources or desire to take on a full-time employee? Hiring a freelancer is the answer. And with freelance hiring on the rise, you'll just be one of the numerous businesses jumping on the freelance bandwagon.
The "freelance revolution"
Today's hiring climate is going through a major shift, one in which increased competition will ...more
Are you struggling to juggle life and a 40-hour work week? It may be time to approach your management and HR department about reduced hours. Here's how.
Make it a solid value proposition. How is it going to help the company? While employee satisfaction is important to any employer, the bottom line is what drives business decisions. How will you ...more
If you’re trying to decide on your career direction, you’re returning to work after an absence, or you’re not sure about the kind of job that would make you happy, consider working for a temporary employment agency.
Temp agencies, also known as staffing firms, hire employees and then place them in assignments at other companies. Companies approach these temp agencies, ...more
It's no secret that job security is a thing of the past. Taking on part-time work – especially in a creative area you've always wanted to pursue – is one way to earn extra income and begin exploring new work opportunities before it becomes a necessity, says Scott Belsky, CEO and founder of Behance, a New York-based company that develops ...more
Want to stop scraping by to pay your rent each month, but can't risk leaving your not-so-high-paying job without a guarantee that a better paying one is waiting for you?
Are you feeling like you really need some great experience on your resume, but don't know how you can get that without, well — some great experience on your resume? ...more
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), in July of this year, 8,245,000 Americans indicated they were working part-time for economic reasons. That means over eight million Americans working part-time actually wanted to work full-time but hadn't yet found full-time jobs. The very same number of Americans indicated they were working part-time for economic reasons in July 2012, according ...more