You need to be ready for anything and willing to use a variety of skills, but working for a small business can help you in a lot of big ways.
Most people immediately think of retail when seeking seasonal work, but there are other options for making extra cash this year.
Wanted Analytics crunched the numbers and identified the U.S. cities having the most trouble recruiting nurses.
You can’t ignore the importance of a good education, but there’s still hope for landing a good job if you weren’t the best student. Here’s a list of top jobs for the not-so-top student, according to PayScale.
Many college grads with four-year degrees face underemployment after graduation as they find that a bachelor’s degree doesn’t necessarily guarantee a job in their chosen field.
As a new school year gets underway in earnest, a new Monster.com survey finds that only 23% of teachers and training workers were satisfied with their job.
If you’re looking for a job that comes with a little bit of security, check out this list from PayScale, which ranked the industries where employees last the longest in their positions.
Sales pros have a generally positive employment outlook, with nearly half (42%) of those surveyed in a recent Monster.com survey feeling confident that they could find a new job if they needed one.
Engineering professionals are among the most satisfied worker, but lack confidence in their job prospects, new survey results from Monster.com suggest, a perception that is at odds with what employers are reporting.
Almost half of employed manufacturing workers are unhappy with their jobs and poised to look for new work, found Monster’s “U.S. Workforce Talent” survey.