We live in troubled times. The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has destroyed lives and livelihoods so we asked 1,000+ Americans whether they could live without pay.
About 58% job seekers report their job search lasted 2 months or less. About 13% of candidates spend 7 months or more (even years) looking for a job. For employers, positions open for a few months should signal that the recruiting process might be faulty.
Have trouble understanding some employment or career words and phrases? Don't worry; you're not alone. Human Resources and job recruiters often have their own recruitment lexicon, but with our glossary of career, recruitment, and HR terms, you'll be able to understand what they mean right away.
Some say the gig economy is booming, some say it’s declining. Learn the complex truth about the gig economy from statistics and research from 2021 aggregated from multiple independent sources.
Would American professionals compromise their values for professional games? We surveyed 1,000 workers for an answer. Here is what we found out.
If you’ve been working in the industry that got hit hardest by the pandemic and lost your job—here’s a list of alternative careers for you. Based on real data.
210 million people worldwide and 11 million Americans suffer from burnout. The syndrome occurs across all industries. What causes it? How can you fight it? Read on to find out.
When you’re not worried about the mundane details of life, you have more capacity for creativity and *genius* ideas. Achieve that state by automating your life.