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Loundon County, VA
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Fairfax County, VA
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Howard County, MD
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Hunterdon County, NJ
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India: 26%
China: 18%
S. Arabia: 16%
Mexico: 13%
S. Africa: 10%
Italy: 9%
Brazil: 8%
Russia: 8%
South Korea: 8%
USA: 8%
2. Least likely:
Sweden: 3%
France: 4%
G. Britain: 4%
Australia: 4%
Poland: 5%
Germany: 5%
Belgium: 5%
Spain: 6%
Japan: 6%
Canada: 6%
Argentina: 6%
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Average: $133,348
Alabama: $120,395
Alaska: $145,000
Arkansas: $148,000
Arizona: $95,000
California: $201,680
Colorado: $90,000
Connecticut: $150,000
Delaware: $171,000
Florida: $130,273
Georgia: $175,000
Hawaii: $158,700
Idaho: $138,302
Illinois: $177,412
Indiana: $121,331
Iowa: $130,000
Kansas: $99,636
Kentucky: $148,781
Louisiana: $130,000
Maine: $70,000
Maryland: $170,000
Massachusetts: $185,000
Michigan: $159,300
Minnesota: $127,629v
Missouri: $133,821
Mississippi: $185,000
Montana: $115,505
Nebraska: $105,000
New Hampshire: $134,581
New Jersey: $175,000
New Mexico: $110,000
Nevada: $149,573
New York: $200,000
North Carolina: $144,349
North Dakota: $129,096
Ohio: $153,650
Oklahoma: $147,000
Oregon: $98,600
Pennsylvania: $194,850
Rhode Island: $145,755
South Carolina: $106,078
South Dakota: $113,961
Tennessee: $194,112
Texas: $153,750
Utah: $150,000
Vermont: $178,274
Virginia: $175,000
Washington: $183,072
(Washington DC: $220,000)
West Virginia: $150,000
Wisconsin: $152,756
Wyoming: $105,000

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Federal: $7.25
Alabama: $7.25
Alaska: $10.34
Arizona: $12.80
Arkansas: $11.00
California: $15.00
Colorado: $12.56
Connecticut: $13.00
Delaware: $10.50
Washington DC: $15.20
Florida: $11.00
Georgia: $5.15/$7.25
Guam: $7.25
Hawaii: $10.10
Idaho: $7.25
Illinois: $12.00
Indiana: $7.25
Iowa: $7.25
Kansas: $7.25
Kentucky: $7.25
Louisiana: $7.25.
Maine: $12.75
Maryland: $12.50
Massachusetts: $14.25
Michigan: $9.87
Minnesota: $10.33
Mississippi: $7.25.
Missouri: $11.15
Montana: $9.20
Nebraska: $9.00
Nevada: $9.50
New Hampshire: $7.25
New Jersey: $13.00
New Mexico: $11.50
New York: $13.20
North Carolina: $7.25
North Dakota: $7.25
Ohio: $9.30
Oklahoma: $7.25
Oregon: $13.50
Pennsylvania: $7.25
Puerto Rico: $7.25
Rhode Island: $12.25
South Carolina: $7.25.
South Dakota: $7.25
Tennessee: $7.25.
Texas: $7.25
Virgin Islands: $7.25
Utah: $7.25
Virginia: $11.00
Vermont: $8.60
Washington: $14.49
Wisconsin: $7.25
West Virginia: $8.75
Wyoming: $5.15/$7.25
By Country
Denmark: $18.49
Australia: $12.79
France: $11.01
Germany: $10.34
Belgium.: $10.31
U.K.: $10.13
Netherlands: $9.71
Ireland: $8.85
Taiwan: $8.02
Canada: $7.82
Saudi Arabia: $7.78
U.S.: $7.25
Israel: $6.11
South Korea: $6.09
U.K.: $5.93
Spain: $5.82
Greece: $5.65
Poland: $5.34
Hong Kong: $5.24
Turkey: $4.30
Thailand: $2.86
Slovakia: $2.39
Malaysia: $2.39
Brazil: $2.39
Russia: $2.06
Pakistan: $2.04
Phillipines.: $1.56
China: $1.39
Indonesia: $1.14
Mexico: $0.90
India: $0.80
Vietnam: $0.74
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  • House Majority/Minority Leaders: $193,400
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  • Senator: $174,000
  • House Representative: $174,000
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  • Associate Justices: $244,400
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    1. American medical doctors below are among the highest-paid with a median annual salary of $208,000 per year. The average medical school graduate owes around $251,000 in total student loan debt.
    2. A former mail carrier in Pennsylvania, who is a Christian and believes Sundays should be dedicated to worship, sued the U.S. Postal Service after it required him to work Sunday shifts delivering packages. Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 requires employers to reasonably accommodate the religious practice of an employee or prospective employee, unless to do so would cause an undue hardship to the employer.
    3. 65% of all executives change jobs in every 36-month period.
    4. 40% of all new executive hires fail within the first 18 months.
    5. 73% of people have misrepresented information on a resume.
    6. 75% of resume rejections are due to unprofessional email addresses.
    7. The average number of job applicants for a single job is 120, while only 15% of them get to be invited for the first round interview.
    8. The average number of interviews before getting a job is 2
    9. Employed persons worked an average of 7.6 hours on the days they worked
    10. On a working day, employed men worked 53 minutes more than employed women.
    11. On a working day, 83 percent of employed persons did some or all of their work at their workplace and 23 percent did some or all of their work at home; they spent more time working at the workplace than at home —7.9 hours compared with 3.0 hours.
    12. On a working day, 36 percent of employed people age 25 and over with a bachelor's degree or higher did some work at home, compared with only 7 percent of those with less than a high school diploma.
    13. Surgeons are among the most highly educated and trained specialists and the highest-paid professionals in any field in the US, their median annual salary is $364,500. The average annual salary of medical doctor specialists is $316,000 while the median salary of primary care physicians is $217,000 a year.
    14. A study finds that people who earn a master’s degree in electrical and electronics engineering have a median salary after graduation of about $75,000 while a bachelor’s degree in the same field draws $56,000.
    15. In the US the average salary per year for engineers with electrical engineering background (e.g., electrical design, electronics design, hardware design, circuit design, control, network, systems, signal integrity, power electronics) ranges from $80,500 to $109,000.
    16. Mathematicians and statisticians typically need at least a master’s degree in mathematics or statistics; However, some positions are available to those with a bachelor’s degree. As of May 2020 the median annual wage for mathematicians and statisticians was $110,860 and $92,270, respectively.
    17. Most federal jobs are preselected. Federal hiring regulations require most federal job openings to be advertised and filled through open competitions. But most job openings are secretly targeted for a preselected applicant and are only advertised to mimic adherence to regulations.
    18. After applying for a Federal government job, and if you're selected as a finalist for an interview, you should hear back on the agency's final selection within another week or two after the interview. However, this timeframe might be stretched out if the agency offers the job to someone else and that candidate winds up negotiating or rejecting the offer.
    19. President Trump signed a spending measure in February 2019 that reversed the 2019 pay freeze for civilian federal employees and provided a 1.4 percent across-the-board raise plus as a 0.5 percent locality pay adjustment. The pay raise is retroactive to January 1 (or the first applicable pay period of 2019). The increase could come as soon as the March 22 pay check or as late as the April 5 check.
    20. According to the 2017 Salary and Benefits Survey, engineers working in the fields of Communications Technology (broadcast technology, communications, consumer electronics and vehicular technology) have an average salary of $157,456 for engineers who work in the areas related to Information Smart Phones or Watches, Solid-State Circuits, Consumer Electronics, Engineering Management and Vehicular Technology, made a median salary of $160,000 a year; those in Energy and Power Engineering remain the lowest paid, $125,000, closely followed by professionals in Industrial Applications Engineering, $126,000.
    21. For the IT field, with three to four years of experience, women’s median salary is $79,000, compared to men’s, with $86,593; over time, the disparities continue to grow, with the greatest difference occurring at 25 to 29 years of work experience; women average $134,300, compared with $153,000 for men.
    22. College rankings by salary potential (2021) | Payscale
    23. Highest paid jobs and occupations in the U.S.
    24. The average highest paying entry-level jobs
    25. The median annual wage in America for entry level jobs:
    26. For the 2-year and 4 year U.S. universities and colleges, the annual average salary was $98,974 for professors, $69,911 for associate professors, $58,662 for assistant professors, $42,609 for instructors, and $48,289 for lecturers. Faculty in 4-year institutions earn higher salaries, on average, than do those in 2-year schools. The national average professor salary of the 4-year universities is $114,134.
    27. The annual average professor salary of Harvard University is $179,792, $183,371 for Cornell University, $230,945 for University of Washington, $180,258 for Stanford University, $198,365 for Yale University, $147,470 for Johns Hopkins University, $144,128 for University of Maryland, $208,051 for New York University, and $160,922 for University of Michigan.
    28. Starting pay of graduates of well-known U.S. universities / colleges:
    29. The median annual wage in America, by major occupational groups:
    30. The 11 highest-paying companies in America (2017):
    31. As of January 2017 the Federal non-military workforce was 2.80 million people, it was 2.79 million people in January 2009 and 3.10 million people in December 1990.
    32. Federal workforce's turnover has averaged about 210,000 jobs a year. Of Federal employees who leave each year, about 75,000 on average quit, 65,000 retire and 55,000 leave because their appointments expire, 10,000 are fired, and 5,000 leave due to various reasons, including layoffs and deaths.
    33. When looking at full or part-time workers 16 and older, median hourly earnings for Asian males were $24 in 2015, compared with $21 for white, $15 for black and $14 for Hispanic men; median hourly earnings for Asian women were $18, compared with $17 for white females.
    34. College graduates ages 25 to 32 who are working full time earn more annually—about $17,500 more—than employed young adults holding only a high school diploma.
    35. Southwest Airlines hires around 4% of 90,000 people who apply each year
    36. Social network Twitter is granting 20 weeks paid parental leave for full-time employees.
    37. About 75% of resumes are rejected for an unprofessional email address.
    38. The average number of people who apply for any given job is 118; 20% of those applicants get an interview, and only 35% of applicants are actually qualified for the jobs they apply to.
    39. Of the American people who earn over $150,000 a year, 82 percent had a bachelor's degree and just 6.5 percent had a high school diploma.
    40. If a Google employee passes away, his/her surviving spouse or domestic partner will receive a check for 50% of their salary every year for the next decade.
    41. 10 Worst States in America to Make a Living in 2015: Hawaii, Oregon, Maine, West Virginia, Vermont, California, Montana, South Dakota, Rhode Island, and Connecticut.
    42. Cover letters are still valuable in hiring process.
    43. Presentation skills are critical for career success.
    44. In the U.S., around 281,560 pharmacists dispense medicine and advice to patients at hospitals and retail chains daily; the median annual salary for a pharmacist was $116,670, the best-paid made $145,910 and the lowest-paid made $89,280 in 2012.
    45. As of January 2014, in the United States compensation of auto workers is about $45.34 an hour. This is similar to Canada’s $39.04 an hour, and Germany’s $58.82. This compares with Mexico’s $7.80, Brazil’s $18.78, Poland’s $9.53, India’s $2.10, South Korea’s $25.74 and China’s $4.10.
    46. On November 5, 2013 voters in SeaTac, Washington, raised the minimum wage to $15 per hour for transportation and hospitality workers in and near the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. Washington's minimum wage is $9.19
    47. In California, the state's minimum wage will be raised from $8 an hour to $9 an hour, effective July 2014, and to $10 an hour in January 2016
    48. Nationwide, the U.S. median household income for 2012 was $51,371; Maryland had the highest median household income in 2012 at $71,122 while Mississippi had the lowest at $37,095.
    49. As of the end of 2011 there were 4,403,000 federal employees, which included 2,756,000 executive branch civilians, 1,583,000 uniformed military personnel, and 64,000 legislative and judicial branch personnel; in 1962 the Federal government had 5,354,000 federal employees, which included 2,485,000 executive branch civilians, 2,840,000 uniformed military personnel, and 30,000 legislative and judicial branch personnel.
    50. Almost 60 percent of US workers want to change careers.
    51. U.S. women are more likely than women in other countries to have full time jobs and to work as managers or professionals.
    52. Eighty percent of jobs are gained through networking.
    53. By 2020, it predicts that 65% of all jobs will require bachelor's degree or higher.
    54. The average medical student's debt is $161,000.
    55. A cardiologist has a $5.2 million wealth accumulation over a career, compared with a primary-care doctor's $2.5 million and an MBA graduate's $1.7 million.
    56. Medicare pays an ophthalmologist around $600 for cataract surgery and the insertion of an artificial lens; it pays a gastroenterologist about $200 for a screening colonoscopy (a 20-minutes or less work). Medicare pays primary-care doctors about $100 for a visit that might take more than 30 minutes and involve evaluation and managing a complicated patient with heart disease, diabetes or emphysema.
    57. In the U.S. by 2020 the shortage of primary-care doctors will reach more than 45,000, which is about 5% of 851,300 physicians of all types that will be needed by then.
    58. The highest-paid internists (internal medicine doctors) make about $352,000 a year; the highest-paid gastroenterologists make about $846,000.
    59. On average, couples in which one partner is a workaholic (10+ hours at work a day) divorce at twice the average rate.
    60. On average, Americans hold around seven different jobs before they reach to age 30.
    61. On average, American women make about 77.5 cents for every dollar that men earn.
    62. Around 44% of American homeless people are employed.
    63. There is about 7% of all non-farm workers in the United States are self-employed.
    64. As of February 2014, 91 million Americans aren't looking for jobs
    65. For both the foreign born and the native born, jobless rates vary considerably by race and ethnicity. Among the foreign born, blacks had the highest unemployment rate (10.5 percent) in 2013, while Asians had the lowest (4.7 percent). The unemployment rates were 6.6 percent for whites and 7.5 percent for Hispanics. Among the native born, blacks also had the highest jobless rate (13.5 percent), followed by Hispanics (10.7 percent). The unemployment rates were 6.0 percent for whites and 6.5 percent for Asians.
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    67. In 2013, the labor force rates for foreign-born in the U.S. were 60.0 percent for whites, 71.8 percent for blacks, 65.1 percent for Asians), and 68.6 percent for Hispanics.
    68. In 2013, there were 25.3 million foreign-born persons in the U.S. labor force, comprising 16.3 percent of the total; of which Hispanics accounted for 47.8 percent and Asians accounted for 24.3 percent.
    69. The unemployment rate of foreign-born persons in the U.S. was 6.9 percent in 2013, down from 8.1 percent in 2012.
    70. The median usual weekly earnings of foreign-born full-time wage and salary workers were $643 in 2013, compared with $805 for their native-born counterparts.
    71. Worldwide, at least 15% of director-level women have slept with their bosses -- and around 37% of them got promoted for it. (Sources: Center for Work-Life Policy)
    72. Federal law generally prohibits any company from hiring or continuing the employment of any person who it knows has a criminal record involving dishonesty or breach of trust, such as shoplifting conviction.
    73. A person who held a professional degree has a $4.2M wealth accumulation over a career, compared with a Doctoral degree graduate's $3.5M, $2.8M for Master's degree, $2.4 for Bachelor's degree, $1.8M for 2-year college's degree, $1.6M for some college, $1.4 for high school graduate, and $1.0 for less than high school.
    74. People can make much more money by earning a college degree; a person with a Bachelor's degree will earn, on average, almost twice as much as workers with a high school diploma.
    75. More than half (57%) of teachers hold master's degrees; however, this teaching profession has an average national starting salary of $30,377 while computer programmers start at an average of $43,635, public accounting professionals at $44,668, and registered nurses at $45,570.
    76. Per a survey results provided by the National Association of Colleges and Employers, an English professor has an average salary of $43.50 per hour while a dentist and a nuclear engineer only make $33.34 and $37.24 per hour respectively.
    77. Teachers spend an average of 50 hours per week on instructional duties, including an average of 12 hours each week on non-compensated school-related activities such as grading papers, bus duty, and club advising.
    78. Almost 50 percent of new teachers leave the profession during the first five years of teaching, and 37 percent of teachers who do not plan to continue teaching until retirement blame low pay for their decision to leave the profession.
    79. All athletic trainers have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university; they are mid-level professionals equivalent to physical, occupational, speech, language and other similar therapists.
    80. Athletic trainers know and practice the medical arts at the professional standards, and 70% of them have a master’s or doctorate degree.
    81. Podiatric Physicians are the major providers of foot care services, providing 39 percent of all foot care while orthopedic physicians provide 13 percent; all other physicians provide 37 percent, and physical therapists and others provide 11 percent. There are about 13,320 doctors of podiatric medicine actively in practice in the United States
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    84. President Barack Obama signed a law that freezes civilian federal employee pay for the next two years that would affect fiscal 2011, which began Oct. 1, and fiscal 2012.
    85. President Obama ordered federal agencies to radically overhaul the federal hiring process, and eliminate the lengthy "KSAs," or essays that describe an applicant's knowledge, skills and abilities. Applicants now are able to know the results of their job applications within 80 days.
    86. 24 Jobs With Low Stress & High Pay in 2010: Biostatistician, Software Developer, Business Analyst (IT), Physical Therapist (PT), Mechanical Engineer, Aircraft Pilot (Corporate Jet), Database Analyst, Financial Analyst, Technical Writer, Internal Auditor, Economist, User Experience Designer, Application Developer, Environmental Engineer, Risk Management Analyst, Contract Specialist, Urban Planner, Social Media Manager, Product Analyst, Geologist, Transportation Planner, Data Analyst, Web Content Editor, and Personal Trainer.
    87. Government analyses show that federal employees make on average 24% less than their private-sector counterparts. In 2009, private industry pays higher salaries than the federal government for PhD-level employees in information science, biological sciences, environmental life sciences, chemistry, economics, mathematics, statistics, computer science, and civil, architectural, electrical and computer engineering.
    88. More than 50 former or current federal employees have received Nobel Prizes; Approximately 1 in 4 American Nobel laureates have been federal workers.
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    95. In the U.S. as of September 30, 2010, the jobless rate was 9.8 percent for adult men, 8.0 percent for adult women, 26.0 percent for teenagers, 8.7 percent for whites, 16.1 percent for blacks, 12.4 percent Hispanics, and 6.4 percent for Asians.
    96. In 2010, the private sector pays $46,661 for a recent college graduate. Entry-level federal workers start at $34,075 or $42,209 for candidates with superior academic achievement.
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    102. The federal civil service system that has provided Federal employees comfort, and sometimes frustration, for 60 years might be transformed to a new system soon.
    103. Federal Employees Retirement System (FERS) employees retiring before December 31, 2013 would receive a 50 percent credit for unused sick leave; after January 1, 2014 they will receive full credit for their unused sick leave.
    104. In the U.S. most people spend more than 100 hours a year commuting to work.
    105. More people walk to work in Alaska than any other U.S. state.
    106. There are around 10,000 workers died annually while working at their companies as a result of overwork (60- to 70- hour work weeks) in Japan. The phenomenon is known as “karoshi". The major medical causes of karōshi deaths are heart attack and stroke due to stress.
    107. The most stressful cities in the US are: Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, Cleveland, and Providence, R.I.
    108. The average working time in (hours): South Korea: 2390; Mexico: 1980; Japan: 1828; Greece: 1811; USA: 1777; Spain: 1745; Canada: 1717; Britain: 1652; Italy: 1523; Denmark: 1423; Germany: 1362; France: 1346; Sweden: 1316; Netherlands: 1309.
    109. 25% of U.S. workers are on the job at 7 a.m.; 15% of U.S. workers are on the job at 7 p.m.
    110. The standard business office workweek in Europe, North America, Asia: Monday through Friday; Algeria, Saudi Arabia: Sunday through Wednesday; Iran: Saturday through Thursday; Egypt: Sunday through Thursday; Israel: Sunday through Thursday;
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    112. In the 2009 fiscal year, 11,275 federal employees were fired for misconduct or  poor performance.  In addition, there are a sizable number of employees who voluntarily leave after they are counseled that their work performance is unacceptable.
    113. The secrets of a successful manager are approachable, respectful, encouraging, and reasonable.
    114. 61% of U.S. workers live paycheck to paycheck to make their ends meet, up from 49% in 2008 and 43% in 2007. (Source:
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    117. According to 2007 Census Bureau data, only about 26 percent of mothers with a college degree stay home, while more than 40 percent of mothers lacking high school diplomas are at home.


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    288. 10 Common Job Search Misconceptions
    289. 10 Outdated Job-Search Techniques to Avoid.
    290. 10 Steps to Effective Job Hunting.
    291. 10 Vicious Tribes That Practiced Head-Hunting.
    292. 10 Ways for Job-Seekers to Develop Job Leads.
    293. 10 Ways to Get Your First Job after Law School.
    294. 10 Best Techniques to Find a Job.
    295. 10 Best Job Search Apps for Android.
    296. 10 Best Jobs for Retirees
    297. 10 Best- and Worst-Paying Jobs in America
    298. 10 Best Skills to Include on a Resume.
    299. 10 Best Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Jobs
    300. 10 Best Low-Stress, High-Paying Jobs.
    301. 10 High-Paying In-Demand Jobs.
    302. 10 Highest Paid Nursing Jobs with an MSN Degree.
    303. 10 Highest-Paid College Professors in the U.S.
    304. 10 High-Paying Tech Jobs You Can Get Without a College Degree.
    305. 10 High-Paying Jobs That Don't Require a College Degree
    306. 10 Things to Never Put on Your Resume
    307. 10 Things You Should Never Tell Your Boss
    308. 10 Things You Might Be Doing That Could Hurt Your Career
    309. 10 Things to Avoid Sharing With Your Co-workers.
    310. 10 Things Every Job Seeker Should Know.
    311. 10 Recession-Proof Jobs.
    312. 10 Salary Negotiation Myths.
    313. 10 Résumé-Boosting College Jobs.
    314. 10 Secrets for Job Search Success
    315. 10 Top Best Resume Builder
    316. 10 Top Low-Stress Jobs That Pay Well.
    317. 10 Top Strategies for a Successful Job Search.
    318. 10 Top Most Difficult Jobs in the World
    319. 10 Most and Least Stressful Jobs in America
    320. 10 Questions to Ask When Negotiating Salary.
    321. 10 Must-Reads Before You Start a New Job.
    322. 10 Career Experts Share Their #1 Piece of Job Search Advice.
    323. 10 Ideas for a Career Change (With Salaries and Duties)
    324. 10 Steps to Successfully Changing Careers at 30
    325. 10 Steps to a Successful Career Change
    326. 10 of the Best Job Search Websites.
    327. 11 Steps to Writing the Perfect Resume.
    328. 11 Fastest-Growing Jobs in America.
    329. 11 Best Jobs Without a Degree
    330. 11 Odd Jobs with High Salaries.
    331. 11 Questions to Ask Before Changing Jobs.
    332. 11 Strategies for Planning Your Next Career Step
    333. 11 In-Demand Jobs Employers Find Hard to Fill
    334. 12 Do's and Don'ts for Starting a New Job.
    335. 12 Entry-Level Jobs With Big Earning Potential.
    336. 12 Top-Paid CEOs.
    337. 12 Top Jobs That Require a Bachelor's Degree
    338. 12 Jobs for People with Anxiety ...
    339. 12 Career Paths That Won't Leave You Unemployed
    340. 12 Best Engineering and Information Technology Jobs
    341. 12 Great Part-Time Jobs for After Retirement
    342. 13 Awesome Professional Networking Alternatives to LinkedIn
    343. 13 Honest Job Search Facts
    344. 13 Most Common Reasons You're Likely to Get Fired.
    345. 13 Most Difficult-to-Fill IT Jobs
    346. 14 Common Job Search Scams
    347. 14 Top Dirty Jobs That Pay Well But Nobody Wants to Do
    348. 14 High-Paying Healthcare Jobs Without an MD or Ph.D.
    349. 15 Seriously Disturbing Facts About Your Job.
    350. 15 In-Demand Jobs for Seniors.
    351. 15 Part-Time Jobs for Seniors Over 60
    352. 15 Jobs That Don't Require a Degree That Can Jumpstart Your Career
    353. 15 Low-Stress Jobs for People With Anxiety
    354. 15 of the Best Jobs to Consider for a Career Change
    355. 16 Jobs for Physicians Without a Residency (or a License)
    356. 18 Hospital Jobs That Don’t Require a Degree.
    357. 18 Good Careers That Don’t Require College Degrees.
    358. 18 Best Post-Retirement Job Opportunities for Seniors & Retirees.
    359. 20 Careers with the Most Job Security
    360. 20 Great Jobs Without a College Degree.
    361. 20 Best Tech Companies to Work for (2018).
    362. 20 Best Jobs for Extroverts
    363. 20 Best Job Search Sites
    364. 20 Most Stressful Jobs in the U.S.
    365. 20 Most Dangerous Jobs in the World
    366. 20 Highest-Paying Jobs You Can Get in Science
    367. 20 Fulfilling Jobs for People with Anxiety
    368. 20 Jobs Employers Find Hardest to Fill
    369. 20 Part-Time Jobs for Seniors in Retirement.
    370. 21st Century Job-hunting Techniques.
    371. 21 Best Low-Stress Jobs for People With Anxiety
    372. 21 Reasons You Will Never Get a Job with a Major Law Firm.
    373. 25 Highest Paying Entry Level Jobs
    374. 25 Highest Paid Occupations in the U.S.
    375. 25 Best Jobs That Pay More than $100K.
    376. 25 Worst Jobs in America
    377. 25 Jobs That Surprisingly Don't Require a College Degree.
    378. 25 Most Influential Washington Women Under 35
    379. 25 Top Highest Paying Companies (2021)
    380. 25 Top Jobs That Require a College Degree
    381. 25 Top Part-Time Jobs for Retirees
    382. 25 Top Easy Jobs That Pay Well
    383. 25 Careers that Require a Master’s Degree
    384. 25 Non-Office Jobs That Are Active and Pay Well
    385. 27 Most Back-Breaking Jobs in America
    386. 27 Most Physically Active Jobs in America
    387. 30 Highest-Paying Jobs in America
    388. 30 Highest Paying jobs Without a Degree
    389. 30 Best Pieces of Career Advice No One Ever Told You
    390. 30 Worst Jobs in the World
    391. 30 Most Stressful Jobs (and How Much They Pay)
    392. 30 Low Stress Jobs to Live a Peaceful Life
    393. 30 Low Stress Jobs for Anxiety
    394. 30 Things to Do for Your Career by 30
    395. 31 Good Jobs for Older People.
    396. 34 High-Paying Jobs for People Who Don't Like Stress
    397. 35 Most Difficult Jobs in the World (With Salaries)
    398. 35 Hardest Jobs in America
    399. 40 Jobs You Can Get Without a College Degree
    400. 40 Low-Stress Jobs After Retirement for 50 Yrs & Older
    401. 42 Up-and-Coming Careers Without College (and 10 to Avoid)
    402. 45 Pieces of Career Advice That Will Get You to the Top.
    403. 50 Highest Paying Careers for College Grads.
    404. 50 Things to Do for Your Career
    405. 50 Top Companies with the Best Pay Packages
    406. 60 Alternative Jobs for Lawyers
    407. 80 Jobs That Pay Over $50K and Don't Require a Degree
    408. 100 Best Jobs
    409. 100 of the Best Jobs - Ranking
    410. 139 Action Verbs to Make Your Resume Stand Out.
    411. 155 of the Hardest Careers to Get Into.

    ▷ Work Environment
    1. Supreme Court to Decide How Far Employers Must Go to Accommodate Workers' Religious Beliefs
    2. High Court Hints Support for Web Designer Opposed to Same-Sex Weddings
    3. Find a Federal Government Job | USAGov
    4. Understanding the Federal Hiring Process
    5. State and Federal Government Job Roles Explained
    6. Federal Government Jobs in Canada
    7. Federal Workforce Priorities Report
    8. Federal Education Jobs in FGEI Schools for Teaching and Non-Teaching Staff (2022)
    9. The Best Government Jobs Ranked
    10. Job Openings and Labor Turnover
    11. Industries Hardest Hit by Coronavirus Pandemic
    12. Coronavirus Impact on Jobs
    13. Coronavirus Layoffs
    14. Unemployment During Coronavirus: The Psychology of Job Loss
    15. Job Scams
    16. Employment Scams and Avoid Them.
    17. Common Scams
    18. Common Work Abroad Scams
    19. Work-From-Home Scams
    20. The Hard Truth About Telecommuting.
    21. Is Working from Home Really Right for You?
    22. Has LinkedIn Crossed an Ethical Line?
    23. Telecommuting: The Good, the Bad and the Lazy.
    24. Telecommuting: Good for Productivity, Bad for Career Growth?
    25. The Real Problem in Working from Home.
    26. Increase Your Productivity by Working from Home.
    27. Speed Up the Federal Job Hiring Process
    28. The Truth About the Federal Hiring Process
    29. The Employee Selection Process.
    30. The Best Place for Business and Career.
    31. Are Women Opting Out of Management Before They Get Hired?
    32. The Future of Jobs: The Onrushing Wave
    33. New York State and San Francisco Have Passed Paid Family Leave
    34. The Future of Recruitment?
    35. Recruiting for Diversity
    36. Take a Break to Be More Productive at Work
    37. Will Your Job Disappear?
    38. The Advantage That Keeps Silicon Valley Ahead of the World
    39. Pros and Cons of Outsourcing to India
    40. U.S. Work Visas and Eligibility Requirements
    41. Working in the US
    42. Temporary Worker Visas
    43. Applying for Jobs in the US
    44. Work Visa USA - Types of Visas for Temporary Employment
    45. Working in the USA - Applying and Need-to-Knows
    46. US H1-B Temporary Work Visas Applications Hit Cap in 4 Days.
    47. USA Work Visas and Work Permits
    48. The Foreign Born With Science and Engineering Degrees.
    49. Inequalities at Work.
    50. Harassment Up, Discrimination Down in New EEOC Report.
    51. Projected Openings in Occupations that Require a College Degree
    52. Find a Job in New York State Government
    53. Fastest Growing Occupations and Projected.
    54. Occupations With the Most Job Growth and Projected.
    55. Recruiting for Diversity | Harvard
    56. Talent Acquisition Benchmarking Report
    57. A Smart Investment in Human Capital.
    58. Learn the Language of Age Discrimination
    59. The Age of the Permanent Intern
    60. Age Discrimination and Age Stereotypes in Job Ads
    61. Can I Get Hired for a Federal Job After Age 55?.
    62. The Case for Hiring Older Workers
    63. The Pros and Cons of Hiring Older People
    64. Ageism in the Workplace: Its Impact and How to Prevent It
    65. Age Discrimination in the Wrkplace Hurts Us All
    66. The State of Age Discrimination and Older Workers in the U.S. 50 Years After the Age Discrimination in Employment Act
    67. The Impact of Age Stereotypes and Age Norms on Employees’ Retirement Choices: A Neglected Aspect of Research on Extended Working Lives
    68. HR Statistics: Job Search, Hiring, Recruiting & Interviews
    69. Screening and Evaluating Candidates.
    70. Don't Want Your Employees to Quit?
    71. The Best and Worst Cities for Jobs.
    72. Pittsburgh Tops List of Best Cities for Jobs.
    73. Indianapolis Named Second-Best City for Jobs in America.
    74. Senior Executive Service (SES): Facts and Figures
    75. Roadmap to the Senior Executive Service
    76. Average C-Suite Tenure and Other Important Executive Facts
    77. Building C-Suite Skills
    78. Age and Tenure in the C-Suite
    79. C-Suite Expectations
    80. Ascending to the C-Suite
    81. An Inside Look at How the C-Suite Retires
    82. The Toughest CEO Jobs in America.
    83. Top CEOs
    84. CEO Succession Practices in the Russell 3000 and S&P 500
    85. Common Interview Questions for Executive Level Jobs
    86. Famous CEOs and Executives Share Their Best Career Advice
    87. Prepare to Ace & Brand Your C-Level Executive Job Interview
    88. Executive Cover Letter Examples - CEO, CIO, CTO
    89. Networking for Executive Job Search Success
    90. Job Interviews with the Chief Executive: The Boxes You Need to Tick.
    91. Occupations | U.S. Department of Labor
    92. Learn About Federal Senior Executive Service (SES)
    93. New Report Finds Flaws in the Senior Executive Service
    94. High-3 Average Salary for Retirement: How Is It Calculated? What Pay is Included?
    95. Federal Government: Understanding How Unused Sick Leave Is Used in the Calculation of a FERS Annuity
    96. Applying for a Job at the US Postal Service
    97. Trump Signs Order That Could Lead to Curbs on Foreign Workers with US H1-B Temporary Work Visas.
    98. Trump Administration Moves to Combat H-1B Visa Fraud with Increased Site Visits.
    99. For Federal Worker Hopefuls the Civil Service Exam Is Making a Comeback.
    100. Military-to-Federal Resumes
    101. Federal Job Classifications: Competitive vs. Excepted Service.
    102. Government Jobs: Security Clearances, Pay Scales, Career Resources, and Jobs Resume.
    103. Government-Wide Hiring Freezes Prove Ineffective in Managing Federal Employment.
    104. Leadership Styles - Successful Personality Style at Work.
    105. Medical Marijuana and the Workplace: What Employers Need to Know Now
    106. The Work-Life Strategies That Really Matter.
    107. The Best Way to Turn a Disagreement Into a Great Thing.
    108. Things Never to Say to Your Boss.
    109. Retirement Letter Sample to Notify Your Employer
    110. Decoding the FAFSA for College Savings.
    111. Unlearn These 3 Military Habits When You Enter the Civilian Job Market.
    112. 3 Considerations for Employers to Reinvent the Workplace
    113. 4 Ways to Deal With the Fear of Failure.
    114. 5 HR Predictions (2019).
    115. 5 Ways to Reinvent Your Professional Self.
    116. 5 Things Older Employees Should Never Do With Younger Co- Workers Around.
    117. 5 Myths About Federal Workers.
    118. 5 Factors That Negatively Impact Employee Morale and Productivity.
    119. 5 Moves to Help You Win the Title.
    120. 5 Signs Your Boss Is Afraid of You.
    121. 5 Common Work from Home Scams
    122. 5 Common Workplace Problems and What You Can Do to Fix Them.
    123. 5 Common Reasons People Get Fired.
    124. 5 Phrases That Will Get You Fired!
    125. 5 Workplace Trends That Are Making Your Job Harder
    126. 5 Lame Excuses Preventing You from Finding a New Job.
    127. 6 Common Myths of Federal Job Seeking
    128. 6 Easiest Government Agencies to Get Into
    129. 6 Ways to Become SES
    130. 6 Effortless Ways to Reduce Work Stress [Infographic].
    131. 6 Things Your Company Must Have to Avoid Workplace Harassment.
    132. 6 Ways Employers Make Employees Quit.
    133. 6 Tactics for Dealing With Difficult Employees in Your Company.
    134. 6 Strategies to Maximize Success With Your Growing Contingent Workforce.
    135. 6 Key Strategies to Succeed in Executive Job Interviews
    136. 6 Job Ready Soft Skills You Need Today
    137. 7 Signs You've Been a Victim of Age Discrimination
    138. 7 Best Cities for Job Seekers (2017).
    139. 8 Steps to Land a US Federal Government Job
    140. 8 Potential Problems With Interview Process.
    141. 8 Steps of the Selection Process for Hiring Employees
    142. 8 Mistakes That Could Make Your Best Employees Leave.
    143. 9 Reasons Good Employees Quit.
    144. 9 Things That Make Good Employees Quit.
    145. 9 Ways to Tell If You Are an Abrasive Boss
    146. 10 Steps to Happiness at Work.
    147. 10 Ways Companies Drive Away Talent
    148. 10 Ways to Lose Your Best Employees.
    149. 10 Ways Your Company is Driving Away Talent.
    150. 10 Simple Ways to Motivate Yourself Every Day.
    151. 10 Goals for Your First 5,000 Hours on the Job.
    152. 10 Companies that Badly Want Visas for Skilled Immigrant Workers.
    153. 10 Steps to Ensure Your Success.
    154. 11 Signs Your Coworkers Don’t Think That Much of You.
    155. 11 Reasons Your Co-workers Hate You.
    156. 11 Companies That Will Help You Become a More Successful Professional
    157. 11 Sneaky Ways Companies Get Rid Of Older Workers
    158. 12 C-Suite Sustainability Champions
    159. 12 Ways to Be an Engaged Employee
    160. 12 Common Deadly Federal Job Search Application
    161. 16 Countries Where People Work the Longest Hours.
    162. 23 Executive Interview Questions (Plus Example Answers)
    163. 20 Work-Life Balance Hacks.
    164. 50 Happiest U.S. Workplaces.
    165. 100 Top CEOs
    166. 100 Top HR Tech Influencers
    167. 100 Best Companies to Work for in Massachusetts

    ▷ Job Markets
    1. US Unemployment and Employment Statistics
    2. Current U.S. Employment Statistics
    3. Changes in Unemployment Rate by State
    4. Maximum Weekly Unemployment Insurance Benefits and Weeks by State
    5. U.S. State and Metro Area Employment, Hours, & Earnings
    6. U.S. Local Area Unemployment Statistics
    7. Mass Layoff Statistics
    8. Unemployment Insurance Data
    9. Employment Projections
    10. Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey
    11. Occupational Employment and Wage Statistics
    12. Labor Force Statistics from the Current Population Survey
    13. Tech Companies That Have Made Layoffs in 2023
    14. Just Got Laid Off? Do These Things Before You Leave
    15. The Employment Situation
    16. Unemployment Rate
    17. Defining Unemployment...
    18. Missing: Up to 4 Million Workers
    19. Real Unemployment Rate Soars Past 20% — 26.5 Million Jobs Loss in the U.S.
    20. States Whose Weekly Unemployment Claims Are Recovering the Quickest
    21. Federal, State, or Local Government Employs 17% of U.S. Workers Nationally.
    22. Hiring Slows and Layoffs Loom — and It Could Be Just the Beginning
    23. Companies Hiring in 2022
    24. The Job Market Is Pulling in People Who Didn’t Want to Work Before
    25. Hiring and Recruitment Trends to Expect in 2022
    26. Best Mass Hiring Strategies to Attract Top Talent
    27. IT Hiring Trends 2022-23: In-Demand Skills ...
    28. Mass Layoffs Are Still Happening — Does This Mean a Recession Is Around the Corner?
    29. Mass Layoffs in 2022: What's Next for Employees?
    30. Mass Layoffs in 2022: List of Top Companies That Have Laid Off Their Employees
    31. List of Companies That Have Laid Off Employees in 2022
    32. Tech Companies That Have Made Layoffs in 2022
    33. Meta's Mass Layoffs ...11,000 Workers
    34. Meta, Twitter, Lyft, Netflix: Tracking Mass Layoffs at Companies Across the San Francisco Bay Area
    35. After Mass Layoffs, Meta Offers Immigration Help to H-1B Visa Holders
    36. Amid Twitter’s Mass Layoffs, ...
    37. Companies that Announced Major Layoffs and Hiring Freezes (10/2022)
    38. Layoff & Mass Layoff Statistics
    39. Mass Layoffs: A History of Cost Cuts and Psychological Tolls
    40. United States Employed Persons - October 2022 Data - 1948-2021 Historical
    41. The Countries Have a Good Job Market
    42. Study Reveals Hardest Jobs in the Country - and the Signs of a Hard Worker
    43. Today’s Global Job Market
    44. Gold Markets Around the World Who Spills Over What, to Whom, When?
    45. Global Employment Figures
    46. Job Markets and Recruitment
    47. Job Market Signaling
    48. Job Market Strategies
    49. Job Market - Overview, Supply and Demand, Indicators
    50. Trends in the Labor Market: 2020–2021
    51. The Job Market for New Economists: A Market Design Perspective
    52. The Effects of Education on Labor Market Outcomes
    53. Dominant Recent Trends Impacting on Jobs and Labor Markets - An Overview
    54. The US Job Market Remains Robust, But Is Showing Signs of Cooling
    55. Confused About America's Job Market? Don’t Worry: Economists Are, Too
    56. Recruiting Best Practices to Help You Win Top Talent
    57. Recruitment Process - From Sourcing to Onboarding and Everything in Between
    58. Best Practices for the Hiring Process
    59. Recruitment Process Overview
    60. I Didn't Even Get Interviewed for an Internal Role I Was Told I Was a Strong Candidate for.
    61. Rejected Internal Applicants Twice as Likely to Quit
    62. Be Careful How You Reject Internal Candidates — You May Lose Them Entirely
    63. Labor Market Explained: Theories and Who Is Included
    64. Labour Market – Concepts, Functions, Features, Patterns
    65. Labor Market Opportunities and Sex-Specific Investment in Children’s Human Capital: Evidence from Mexico
    66. Capital Markets and Job Creation in the 21st Century
    67. The Gender Productivity Gap (Job Market Paper)
    68. Gender Bias in the Job Market: A Longitudinal Analysis
    69. The Employment Situation
    70. Job Loss and Unemployment Stress
    71. The Biggest Corporate Layoffs of the Century
    72. The Biggest Layoffs in American History
    73. The Biggest Mass Layoffs of the Past Two Decades
    74. Mass Layoffs
    75. Job Growth Remains Weak
    76. Assessing Labor Markets in the Developing World
    77. Labor Market Institutions Around the World
    78. An Overview of Labor Markets World-Wide: Key Trends and Major Policy Issues
    79. Obamacare Will Push 2 Million Workers Out of Labor Market
    80. 4 Hiring Practices of Highly Successful Organizations
    81. 5 Most Critical Questions to Ask If You're Fired
    82. 5 Steps to an Effective Hiring Practice
    83. 5 Workplaces That Embrace Older Workers
    84. 5 Employer Strategies to Help with Soaring Inflation
    85. 5 Easy Steps to Apply for EU Work Permit and Get Employment
    86. 5 Questions to Understand Technology Recruitment Providers.
    87. 6 Effective Ways to Streamline Your Hiring Process
    88. 7 Things to Do Immediately if You Get Fired
    89. 7 Questions to Raise Immediately After You’re Laid Off
    90. 7-Step Recruitment Process to Improve Your Candidate Conversion Rate and Candidate Experience | Creately
    91. 7 Recruitment Best Practices
    92. 8 Critical Steps to Effective Recruiting
    93. 8 Rules for Telling Employers Why You Left Your Job
    94. 8 Hiring & Recruiting Trends
    95. 9 Things You Should Do If You've Just Been Laid Off
    96. 10 Insanely Overpaid Public Employees.
    97. 10 Best (and Worst) Cities for Finding a Job.
    98. 10 Best Cities for Post-50 Job Seekers.
    99. 10 Best Cities for Job-Seeking Retirees
    100. 10 Best Practices for Streamlining Your Hiring Process
    101. 10 Best Recruitment Practices to Hire Top Talent
    102. 10 Recruiting Strategies for Hiring Great Employees
    103. 10 Top Recruitment Practices
    104. 10 Top Highest-Paying Careers in Agriculture
    105. 10 Most Important Rules of Writing Your Job Market Paper
    106. 10 Big Tech Companies And Their Big Layoffs
    107. 10 Biggest Corporate Layoffs of the Past Two Decades
    108. 10 Job Roles ... Grow Most in Demand
    109. 11 Killer Ways to Improve Your Hiring Process
    110. 15 Top Cities With the Best Job Markets in the US
    111. 16 Biggest Company Layoffs of all Time
    112. 19 Biggest Tech Layoffs of the Year... So Far
    113. 19 Best Practices in Recruitment and Selection Process
    114. 20 Fastest-Growing Jobs Markets to Consider
    115. 20 Top Companies on a Hiring Spree for Remote Workers
    116. 25 Companies Actively Hiring
    117. 29 Fun Facts About the Job Market!
    118. 30 Fastest-Growing Jobs and Careers for the Next 10 Years

    ▷ Guides & Tips
    1. Guide to Using Google for Your Job Search
    2. Guide to Job Interviewing Resources and Tools.
    3. Guide to the Most Common Interview Questions and Answers
    4. Guide to Dominating the Interview and Landing Your Dream Job.
    5. Guides to a Shorter and Smarter Job Search.
    6. Guide to Get an Engineering Job.
    7. Guide to Job Interviewing.
    8. Guide to Resumes and Cover Letters
    9. Guide on Finding a New Job
    10. Guide on Finding a Job
    11. A Guide to the Job Search Process
    12. A Guide to the C-Suite Path
    13. A Guide to Mass Hiring
    14. A Guide and Advice for Economists on the U.S. Junior Academic Job Market
    15. The Ultimate Guide to Acing Your Next Video Interview
    16. The Ultimate Job Search Guide for Millennials
    17. Guidelines for Safe Job Search
    18. Guidelines for Foreign Nationals Seeking U.S. Employment
    19. The Complete Guide to Researching a Company.
    20. Complete Interview Guide.
    21. Complete Guide to New Hire Training Programs
    22. Transitioning to Federal Employment: A Guide
    23. Video Interview Guide: Tips for a Successful Interview
    24. Career Advice Articles.
    25. Career Advice.
    26. Career Advice for Women - Tips for Having a Successful Career.
    27. Mock Interview Handbook
    28. Nursing Careers Guide.
    29. The Art of the Job Interview: A Comprehensive Guide to Getting the Job
    30. A Step-by-Step Guide to Structuring an Effective Interview Process
    31. Structured Interview Guide | OPM.
    32. Successful Interviewing Guide
    33. Interviewing Guide for Supervisors and Managers | DHS.
    34. Interviewing Guide for College Graduates.
    35. Interviewing Techniques & Tips
    36. Interview Preparation Guide: Best Job Interview Tips.
    37. Interview Guide | Johns Hopkins University .
    38. Interview Guide: Questions to Avoid.
    39. Interview Guide – Development Impact and You.
    40. Interview Questions and Answers - The Secret Guide.
    41. Interview Preparation: Use an Interview Guide for Better Hiring.
    42. Interview Thank You Email Examples and Tips
    43. Interview Prep & Tips | Huru
    44. Interview Tips and Guide.
    45. Interview Tips to Improve Performance
    46. Interview Tips for All Roles
    47. Interviewer Tips for Managers
    48. Interview Tips for the Interviewer
    49. Interview Tips and Techniques
    50. The Hiring Manager's Complete Interviewing Guide.
    51. Curriculum Vitae (CV) Format Guide (with Examples and Tips
    52. Resume Samples and Guides for Job Application
    53. Resume Guide
    54. Resume Writing Tips.
    55. Resume Tips for an Executive Resume
    56. Cover Letter Guidelines
    57. Senior Executive Service (SES) Jobs and Application Guidance
    58. A Five-Week Guide to Getting a Job
    59. Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Career Guide
    60. Salary Negotiation Guide
    61. Layoff Interview Preparation Guide
    62. New Employee Onboarding Guide
    63. The Definitive Guide to Successfully Onboarding Your New Employees
    64. Recruitment Best Practices: The Ultimate Guide for Hiring Top Talent
    65. New Employee Onboarding Process: The Ultimate Guide
    66. The Visual Guide to Training New Employees
    67. Salary Negotiation Tips.
    68. Salary Negotiation Tips: Thou Shalt Not Agree.
    69. Top Networking Tips for People Who Are Shy.
    70. Get Some Great Phone Interview Tips
    71. Practice Interview Tips and Techniques
    72. Tax Tips for Students with Summer Jobs.
    73. Writing a Cover Letter - Tips and Examples
    74. Time Saving Tips to Speed Up Your Job Search.
    75. Seasonal Employment Job Tips.
    76. Nervous for Your Job Interview? - Tips to Get Rid of Your Interview Jitters
    77. Powerful Job Interview Tips from a Recruiter
    78. Winning Job Interview Tips
    79. Recession Job Search Tips for New Graduates
    80. College Job Search Guide and Tips
    81. Internship Tips Success.
    82. Tips About Salary Negotiation for the Employer.
    83. Tips for College Graduates Starting Their First Full-time Jobs.
    84. Tips for Internship Success.
    85. Tips for Turning Your Internship Into a Full Time Job.
    86. Tips for College Graduates on the Job Hunt
    87. Tips for College Grads Who Don't Have a Job
    88. Tips for Starting a New Job.
    89. Tips for Finding a Job after 60
    90. Tips for a Job Search.
    91. Tips for Writing an Effective Cover Letter.
    92. Tips for Writing a Letter Asking for Your Job Back
    93. Tips for Success.
    94. Tips for a Successful Video Conference Call Job Interview
    95. Tips for Acing a Second Interview.
    96. Tips for Using Google for Job Searches
    97. Tips for Making a Job Offer to a Candidate
    98. Tips to Master the Art of Interviewing
    99. Tips to Get a Job Interview.
    100. Tips to Prepare for a Technical Interview
    101. Tips to Improve Job Search Results.
    102. Tips to Find an Engineering Job.
    103. Top Tips for Getting an Internship or Summer Job.
    104. Top Tips When Searching for a Job.
    105. The Best Job-Hunting Tips from the Experts.
    106. Best Tips to Prepare for a Video Job Interview
    107. Best Tips for Writing a Great Resume.
    108. Best Tips to Get Hired by Google
    109. Best Job Interview Tips.
    110. Job Hunting Tips.
    111. Job Hunting for College Grads: A Survival Guide
    112. Job Networking Tips
    113. Job Interviewing Tips and Techniques for Executive-Level Candidates.
    114. Job Interview Tips (Video)
    115. Job Interview Questions - Answers Guide.
    116. Job Interview Questions, Answers, and Tips to Prepare
    117. Job Interview Tips and Job Interview Do's and Don'ts
    118. Job Interview Tips and Preparation
    119. Job Interview Tips That Will Help You Get Hired
    120. Job Search Tips for New College Graduates
    121. Job Search Tips for New Grads
    122. Job Search Tips for Recent College Grads
    123. Job Search Tips, Advice, and Strategies.
    124. Job Search Tips for Effective Ways to Find a Job.
    125. Job Search Tips While Still Employed.
    126. Job Market Advice
    127. Economics Job Market Advice
    128. Internet Job Search Tips.
    129. Video Conference Interview Tips
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    131. Timeless (and Tired) Job Search Tips.
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    Year Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Annual
    2001 4.2 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.3 4.5 4.6 4.9 5.0 5.3 5.5 5.7 4.7
    2002 5.7 5.7 5.7 5.9 5.8 5.8 5.8 5.7 5.7 5.7 5.9 6.0 5.8
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    2004 5.7 5.6 5.8 5.6 5.6 5.6 5.5 5.4 5.4 5.5 5.4 5.4 5.5
    2005 5.3 5.4 5.2 5.2 5.1 5.0 5.0 4.9 5.0 5.0 5.0 4.9 5.1
    2006 4.7 4.8 4.7 4.7 4.6 4.6 4.7 4.7 4.5 4.4 4.5 4.4 4.6
    2007 4.6 4.5 4.4 4.5 4.4 4.6 4.7 4.6 4.7 4.7 4.7 5.0 4.6
    2008 5.0 4.8 5.1 4.9 5.4 5.6 5.8 6.1 6.2 6.6 6.8 7.3 5.8
    2009 7.8 8.2 8.6 8.9 9.4 9.5 9.5 9.7 9.8 10.1 9.9 9.9 9.3
    2010 9.7 9.7 9.7 9.8 9.6 9.5 9.5 9.6 9.6 9.7 9.8 9.4 9.6
    2011 9.2 9.0 9.0 9.1 9.0 9.1 9.0 9.0 9.0 8.8 8.6 8.5 8.9
    2012 8.3 8.3 8.2 8.2 8.2 8.2 8.2 8.0 7.8 7.8 7.7 7.9 8.1
    2013 8.0 7.7 7.5 7.6 7.5 7.5 7.3 7.2 7.2 7.2 7.0 6.7 7.4
    2014 6.6 6.7 6.6 6.2 6.3 6.1 6.2 6.1 5.9 5.7 5.8 5.6 6.3
    2015 5.7 5.5 5.5 5.4 5.5 5.3 5.3 5.1 5.1 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.3
    2016 4.9 4.9 5.0 5.0 4.7 4.9 4.9 4.9 5.0 4.9 4.6 4.7 4.8
    2017 4.8 4.7 4.5 4.4 4.3 4.4 4.3 4.4 4.2 4.1 4.1 4.1 4.3
    2018 4.1 4.1 4.0 3.9 3.8 4.0 3.9 3.8 3.7 3.8 3.7 3.9 3.9
    2019 4.0 3.8 3.8 3.6 3.6 3.7 3.7 3.7 3.5 3.6 3.5 3.5 3.7
    2020 3.5 3.5 4.4 14.8 13.3 11.1 10.2 8.4 7.8 6.9 6.7 6.7 8.1
    2021 6.3 6.2 6.0 6.1 5.8 5.9 5.4 5.2 4.8 4.6 4.2 3.9 5.4
    2022 4.0 3.8 3.6 3.6 3.6 3.6 3.5 3.7 3.5 3.7 3.7 3.5 3.6
    2023 3.4 3.6 3.5 3.4 3.7 3.6 3.5 3.8 3.8 3.9 3.7 3.7 3.6
    2024 3.7 3.9 3.8 3.9 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

    Historical Federal Workforce
    Executive Branch Civilian Employment Since 1940

    American Workforce
    (Source: The Washington Post)
    Education Level Private Sector Federal Workers
    Doctorate 1.6% 2.4%
    Master's/Professional 10.8% 17.4%
    Bachelor's 22.7% 30.7%
    Some College/Associate's 28.1% 30.4%
    High School 28.6% 18.1%
    Less Than High School 8.1% 1.0%

    Normal Retirement Age
    (Source: Social Security Administration)
    Year of birth Age
    ---------------------- --------
    1937 and prior 65
    1938 65 and 2 months
    1939 65 and 4 months
    1940 65 and 6 months
    1941 65 and 8 months
    1942 65 and 10 months
    1943-54 66
    1955 66 and 2 months
    1956 66 and 4 months
    1957 66 and 6 months
    1958 66 and 8 months
    1959 66 and 10 months
    1960 and later 67
    1. Persons born on January 1 of any year should refer to the normal retirement age for the previous year.
    2. For the purpose of determining benefit reductions for early retirement, widows and widowers whose entitlement is based on having attained age 60 should add 2 years to the year of birth shown in the table.
    3. There are about 10,000 Americans turning 65 each day and receiving full retirement benefits.

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  • Jobs for Teachers
  • Teacherjobs provides job listings for teachers
  • Jobs in Asia
  • Jobs DB provides job listings and employment services in Asian countries
  • JobSaigon provides job listings and employment services in Vietnam
  • JobsToday
  • JobsToday is part of Johnston Press plc, one of the UK's leading publishers of local newspapers and internet sites, basing its publishing philosophy on local service to local communities.
  • evolves the traditional recruitment model using AI matching technology, smart contracts on the blockchain, enhanced feedback and financial incentives..
  • offers online recruitment services, which have served job seekers nationwide.
  • offers job seekers employment services, and provides guidance and resume information services to job candidates.
  • Job Bank USA
  • Jobbankusa specializes in providing employment and resume information services to job candidates, employers and recruitment firms.
  • Job-Hunt
  • Job-Hunt provides a comprehensive listing of useful Internet-accessible job-search resources and services on the web, in a format which is most useful to job seekers.
  • Job Online
  • Job Online provides a search engine with a database consisting of thousands of web sites, large and small.
  • Job Site - United Kingdom
  • Job Site lists jobs in the U.K, Europe and the Middle East.
  • Jobvertise
  • Jobvertise allows job seekers to submit their resumes for free. The job listings are instantly searchable.
  • helps legal professionals to find jobs.
  • Monster
  • Monster provides job opportunities sites, with resume listings, employer profiles, and job openings searchable by a state, Federal, or industry key word.
  • National Job
  • Nation Job is a network of specialty sites promoting jobs in specific employment categories.
  • Neuvoo
  • Neuvoo is a job search engine that indexes jobs directly for free from companies' career websites, placement agencies and job boards. Neuvoo centralizes all jobs available on the web, so it is much like the Google for jobs; it has been available in Canada and the US as well as Switzerland and France.
  • OPM - Federal Government Jobs
  • OPM is the US government official webstie listing 1000's of Federal jobs.
  • Overseas Jobs
  • Overseas Jobs features international job opportunities for professionals, expatriates and adventure seekers.

  • Simply Hired
  • Simply Hired, a vertical search engine company based in Silicon Valley, provides a most comprehensive job database on the net.
  • Spherion
  • Spherion offers companies a unique combination of personalized customer service backed by the resources, knowledge and geographic breadth .
  • Women's Job List
  • Women's Job List provides recruiting tool facilitates communication between hiring officials and candidates. Navigation is simple and provides visitors with a wealth of valuable information, quickly and easily.
  • ZipRecruiter
  • ZipRecruiter's goal is to simplify the process for both the job seeker and the employer. With ZipRecruiter, employers can find quality candidates by posting a job to 100+ leading job boards & social networks with one click. Job seekers get email alerts with postings that are tailor made for their skill set and location.

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