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8 'Best' Jobs That Might Just Get You Interested In HRRead the rest of this entry »
Chances are no child has ever told Grandma and Grandpa they want to be a human resources manager when they grow up. Too bad, because it's a growing career that pays well and is becoming ever more vital to modern management.
A new report from CareerCast says seasoned HR managers have a median salary of $113,000. Even though that means half the jobs pay less, it also means half ...
Tech Has Most High Paying Jobs In USRead the rest of this entry »
There's no doubt: If you want a high paying job that's in demand go tech. Of the top 25 highest-paying jobs on Glassdoor's annual survey, 13 are in tech. That's two more than made the list last year and it's the fourth consecutive year the tech sector outranked all others in jobs that pay the most.
On this year's list, all but two of the tech jobs them have a ...
10 Of the Hardest to Fill Jobs In 2018Read the rest of this entry »
What are the toughest jobs to fill these days? Besides the ones you're trying to fill. (And if you are having trouble, give us a call here at Green Key Resources 212.683.1988.)
Gains Are Strong For the Biggest Hedge FundsRead the rest of this entry »
"Mega-hedge funds" are posting strong gains, fueled by a rising stock market and strong employment numbers, says a Bloomberg report.
Citing four of the largest hedge funds, Bloomberg says they have gains of between 7 and 11.7% in the first seven months of the year. Still, they trail the S&P 500, which was up 12% through July. And the average hedge fund is still further behind, earning a return ...
Cleveland Tops the List For Best Paying HR JobsThe hottest job in human resources is recruiter. And the hottest city - where HR jobs pay the most -- is Cleveland.Read the rest of this entry »
That recruiters are the most in-demand job in HR is to be expected -- most employers are struggling to fill open positions. Cleveland was a surprise. In fact, Columbus, a second Ohio city, came in third, right behind Atlanta.
"Usually we see the fastest growing or highest paying areas topping this ...
STEM, Healthcare Top All the "Best Jobs" ListsThere's no shortage of lists of "best jobs." Perhaps the best known is the annual ranking of the top 100 jobs by U.S. News, which comes out at the beginning of each year. Glassdoor has a list of its own. Kiplinger has another as does CNN.Read the rest of this entry »
The latest one is this week's list of the best and worst jobs from CareerCast, the job search portal and syndicator ...
JP Morgan Is Top Pick For Financial ProsFinancial professionals would prefer to work for JP Morgan more than any other company on earth.Read the rest of this entry »
That's what an online survey completed by almost 6,000 respondents said. The investment bank garnered more votes than other firms to capture the #1 ranking in the annual eFinancialCareers Ideal Employer survey. JP Morgan displaced last year's winner, Goldman Sachs, which came in second.
That two of the world's financial ...
IT, Healthcare Dominate Top Jobs ListGlassdoor has come out with its annual list of the best jobs. And, no surprise here, STEM jobs and healthcare dominate.Read the rest of this entry »
Among the top 10, six are in computer related fields with data scientist coming out at the top of the pack.
It isn't just pay that determines the ranking -- though data scientists average $110,000. Pay is one-third of the equation. The other two factors are the number ...
The Best and Worst Places For DoctorsApex, North Carolina is an affordable, yet fast growing city on the edge of the state's famed Research Triangle. A half hour west of Raleigh, which itself is a hot employment destination for young professionals, Apex enjoys double-digit job growth and housing with a median price of $243,000.Read the rest of this entry »
No wonder then, that Money magazine ranked it first on its "Best Place to Live" list.
And for all those ...
HR Is On Everyone's Top Jobs ListLooking to fill an HR job? It won't be easy. Human resource jobs are among some of the hottest, most in-demand jobs of 2016.Read the rest of this entry »
CareerBuilder says that on average 5,900 human resource managers are hired every month. That's impressive enough, but with CareerBuilder estimating there are four times more openings than hires, you can see just how much in demand the jobs are.
Now consider that research ...