Charles Hugh Smith takes a jobs report from this summer and dissects it. Note in particular the chart that shows the three (of nine) job sectors that have actually expanded since 2000. Just as I explained in Thriving 🙂
It’s September, and many recent college grads haven’t found jobs yet. Here are a few reminders as you hunt for a job. Good luck!
One of the most common office skills employers look for today is the ability to use Microsoft Excel. Even basic office job opportunities require knowledge of this software. Add this skill to your resume by learning to use Excel here.
While it continues to be true that STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) jobs pay very well, the U.S. Census Bureau recently announced that 3/4 of STEM grads end up with jobs that are not STEM-related, meaning they’re earning less money.
…the interest rate on student loans went up 20% last month. Read it and weep (better yet, question why we should let our young people become debt slaves in the first place.)