Never before have big employers tried so hard to hand over chunks of their business to contractors. From Google to Wal-Mart, the strategy prunes costs for firms and job security for millions of workers
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Picture this scenario: You’re looking for a new senior systems administrator. You’ve received a number of applications and have just started reviewing them. The first candidate has a BS in computer science from a reputable college. He completed a six-month internship in the support department of a leading software producer and has worked as a junior systems administrator at aRead more
Seven of the top 10 highest average starting salaries are earned by graduates with engineering degrees.
Much of the existing engineering talent pool is set to retire and new engineers will enjoy some of the highest average starting salaries earned by any college degree holders. Find out more here: http://bit.ly/1lYtuWJRead more
Within the science industry, increased challenges in the development of drugs and other products are influencing how companies conduct business and control costs. Learn how to make the connection in your career: http://bit.ly/10uPfnDRead more
Hooray! The recent recession is over-at least, according to the expert economists. Unfortunately, one practice, adopted during the dark days of layoffs, downsizing and company failures, still continues with some employers. Read moreRead more
Did you know the college/university majors with the lowest unemployment rates are “medical technology techs” (1.4%) and “nursing” (2.2%). Learn more about getting the job you want and how you can engage the best progressive employers. http://bit.ly/Ufw4PBRead more