Professions that require math, statistics, clinical health and other high-tech training have well-paying openings.
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Demand is strong for trained workers who can scramble up cell towers to upgrade and maintain equipment. A 'godsend' of a program trains ex-offenders to fill the role.
User's new book helps professionals build a smarter network based on quality over quantity.
Multiple screenings stem from the recession, when job hunters faced extra scrutiny. But now, candidates just want to sit down with the boss and direct co-workers.
As finding qualified workers becomes more difficult, employers are more apt to embrace "boomerang" employees.
Internships for returning professionals get them up to speed and back in the swing of the working world, with the opportunity to get hired at the end.
You don't have to throw like Felix Hernandez, field like Robinson Cano or hit like Nelson Cruz to make a living in baseball.
Much like the way baseball teams crunch numbers to determine which players best fit their teams, companies are embracing the power of data to create a winning workforce. By mining data, companies from Miami to Silicon Valley are doing everything from sorting through massive pools of candidates for better hires to discovering why people quit...
“The minute I wrote something about Ada on my LinkedIn profile, the messages from recruiters started coming in," says a Seattle woman who left a Ph.D. program to learn programming at Ada Developers Academy.
Three unhappy folks who abandoned well-paying jobs made a second — or third — career pay off, but they suggest that others thinking of making a similar switch understand the risks.