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Snapshot: Employees who thought their onboarding process was great

05/22/2018
Few employees rave about their first day on the job, first time meeting their coworkers and their first opportunities to share their talents.

By the numbers: Women in the U.S. workforce

05/17/2018
As women continue to speak out for equality in the workplace, employers that align compensation systems and their organizational cultures to support working mothers will attract top talent.

Dress for success—even if standards have relaxed

05/15/2018
Climbing the corporate ladder still requires the right look, new research from staffing firm OfficeTeam suggests.

Snapshot: Percentage of teens with summer jobs declines

05/15/2018
Summer youth employment has fallen dramatically in the last 40 years.

Unemployment, labor force participation near historic lows

05/08/2018
Good news and bad news from the April unemployment report.

Snapshot: Millennials are largest generation in the labor force

05/01/2018
Millennials—born between 1983 and 2000—make up more than one-third of the workforce.

Would you give up social media for a 10% raise?

04/30/2018
A survey of 1,200 Americans by LendEDU asked what they’d give up or do exchange for a 10% raise on their annual salary.

Foreign students bypassing U.S. universities to study elsewhere

04/24/2018
The United States’ loss is Australia’s and Canada’s gain, according to preliminary data from the Institute of International Education.

HR field ranks high in survey of job potential

04/24/2018
There’s good news for some HR pros in a new study by WalletHub, a company that provides personal finance tools and advice.

Class of ’18: STEM majors in demand, soft skills too

04/10/2018
With a tight labor market and skills shortages squeezing many industries, employers are sure to embrace the nearly 3 million college students who will graduate this May. The issue will be whether they have the skills required for the jobs available.
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