Fifty-one percent of American workers are satisfied or somewhat satisfied with their jobs. That’s the highest level of satisfaction in more than a decade.
Not every belief is going to hold you back – if you believe you’re bad at basketball and have no desire to play basketball, don’t get caught up in it. Focus on what’s limiting you personally and professionally, and learn how to exercise your brain to push your career forward.
Although nearly half of those in the nation's workforce are women, just 27 percent of those working in manufacturing are, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
By Jacob Shriar
When you’re working at a job that you don’t like, you spend most of your day looking at the clock, counting down the time until you can go home. It’s the complete opposite if you’re working in an organization that you love. When you spend time doing work that you truly enjoy, you can’t find enough time in a day to get things done.
By Latanya Hughes
Faculty Member, School of Business at American Public University
When job candidates seek a career, many candidates only look at the description of the position and the requirements. They examine whether the job requires travel or if it has remote working options. They investigate every detail of the position, but they fail to screen the employer. How do you go about screening a potential employer?