Category Archives: Career Development

Alpha Jobs: Brands Are Hiring In Marketing And IT, Adobe Report Finds

Alpha Jobs: Brands Are Hiring In Marketing And IT, Adobe Report Finds by Ray Schultz , Columnist, April 29, 2022 At first glance, email novices might feel like their career path is limited after reading the new Adobe report, “In-demand skills you need to get hired in 2022.” But they might see chances in related … Continue reading Alpha Jobs: Brands Are Hiring In Marketing And IT, Adobe Report Finds

Job hopping shouldn’t be your first instinct. Try ‘job crafting’ instead

By Scott Dust   April 05, 2022 When you consider who is in charge of your job satisfaction, who comes to mind? Your most plausible options are likely your supervisor, human resources, or top management. Got your answer in mind? This is actually a trick question, because the answer is “you.” In the post-pandemic era … Continue reading Job hopping shouldn’t be your first instinct. Try ‘job crafting’ instead

4 things you should know before accepting a location-based salary cut

By Sabine Cherenfant April 01, 2022 For many office workers, the pandemic has ushered in greater flexibility when it comes to where and how they work. While some companies have decided to let employees work remotely permanently, others have taken more of a case-by-case approach to deciding who gets to work outside the office.  Several … Continue reading 4 things you should know before accepting a location-based salary cut

Metaverse jobs surge as businesses scramble to grow VR presence

A new study shows the exponential growth in metaverse positions. Chris Wood on March 29, 2022 Metaverse job openings have nearly quadrupled since last fall, according to job search engine Adzuna. Last October, when the marketing world was still speculating about why Facebook’s parent company rebranded as Meta, the number of job openings on Adzuna … Continue reading Metaverse jobs surge as businesses scramble to grow VR presence

Is the 4-day workweek the answer to the Great Resignation?

By Kathleen Davis February 21, 2022         The five-day, 40-hour work week is such an entrenched part of our culture that it’s easy to forget that it’s a relatively recent invention. The Industrial Revolution bore atrocious working conditions, including 12-16 hour days and six-or-seven-day-long work weeks. Then, in 1926, Ford became one … Continue reading Is the 4-day workweek the answer to the Great Resignation?