December 19, 2011

Top Jobs for Women in 2012

Recently, the Department of Labor released their list of the top jobs for women in 2012. Some of their picks might surprise you! Here are some of the positions on their list: Post-Secondary Teacher Anthropologist Oceanographer Natural Sciences Manager Clergy Member Jobs were ranked by factors such as expected growth in the coming years, median […]

March 10, 2011

Perfect Jobs for Self-Proclaimed Geeks

I’m a self-proclaimed geek. I love Doctor Who, video games, reading, and lots of other nerdy activities. So, today, I thought I’d give you some career paths you can consider if you’re a geek too! Many people who enjoy these types of activities get a job in IT, but there are other options as well, […]

January 13, 2011

Jobs to Keep You in Shape

Earlier this month, I talked about how working at a gym might be a great job option, since many facilities hire workers to help with the influx of gym-goers attempting to stick to their resolutions for the new year. But what if you have a resolution to get (or stay) in shape yourself? There are […]

December 29, 2010

Top Salaries by College Degree

If earning a high salary is important to you, there are certain degrees that can help you achieve that goal. Finding a high-paying job is easier with education in one of these fields. Here are some of the best-paying jobs by starting salary, according to CBS Moneywatch: Petroleum engineering – $93,000 Chemical engineering – $64,800 […]

September 17, 2010

Top 20 Highest Paying Jobs in America

If you are looking for a higher paycheck, CNBC had a great story recently about the highest paying jobs in America. As you may know, we have an entire section on six-figure jobs, from medical to legal to business to aviation…and more! According to the CNBC piece, health care jobs dominated their list of the […]

February 10, 2010

Best Careers for Growth, Work-Life Balance & Social Impact

Kiplinger columnist Marty Nemko recently profiled 13 professions that she believes are the best bet for the next decade, based on three factors: Ability to have at least a middle class income Socially redeeming value — i.e. no tobacco execs on this list Work-life balance — reasonable hours, positive work environment, etc. Status — these […]

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