Trending Jobs & Tech

Emerging Technology That Will Transform the Workplace

The modern workplace is an ever changing situation. The basic concept of offices, of grouping up to work, has undergone many changes over the year, and the inclusion of remote connections has changed the workplace even more. One of the main reasons for change in the workplace setting is technology. New technology makes some jobs easier and other jobs become obsolete.

Read More

These 5 Degrees are Very Highly Sought After

Taking up to four years of your time to complete and thousands of dollars paid in tuition and miscellaneous fees, pursuing higher education is no joke. Based on a report by the College Board, the median yearly cost of higher education at a public institution was a few hundred dollars short of $10,000 for in-state students. Out-of-state students, on the other hand, paid as much as $23,000. For a private university, the costs were significantly higher, with the median at $32,000.

Read More

The Top 5 Paying Jobs in the Last Five Years

The past five years has brought new technologies, policies, and behavioral trends that has helped fuel demand for new career paths. While majority of job markets and professional industries enjoyed some growth in the last five years, not everyone did enough to stand out from the rest. If you are looking to switch careers from your dead-end day job or has just graduated from college and is in the market hopeful and excited to start your professional journey, here are the top five top paying jobs that have made headlines over the last half decade. From anesthesiologists who administer pain-blocking drugs and monitor vital signs during operations to software engineers who maintain thousands of lines of code and create new software products and tools, the professions listed below all made the cut, thanks to their generous annual paychecks and work benefits.

Read More

4 Steps to Earning your CPA Certification

Acquiring CPA certification may seem like a daunting task, but when we break down steps, the pathway to success is quite attainable. Having CPA certification gives an accountant a much better standing among employers, not to mention a higher salary. In fact, becoming a CPA only includes a few additional responsibilities in the world of accounting. CPA's often file reports with the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC), prepare tax returns, recommend changes to a company's financial procedures and audit financial statements.

Read More

Trades That Still Pay

Not everyone can -- or even should -- go to college. Regardless of whether your challenge is in getting the necessary grades or finding the money for a university education, you might not be missing an opportunity to access the American dream. That’s because there are more high-paying jobs available without a college degree than you might suspect. These jobs are in the trades, which are skilled labor or blue-collar jobs in which very specific training is demanded.

Read More

The Top 10 Earning Jobs with a High School Diploma

When graduating high school a lot of students struggle with the facts of the future that has been laid out in front of them. Undoubtedly, some have planned to continue their education by attending college and earning their degree. Others decide to jump right into the workforce, building a career as they go through hands on experience. Often things happen and we start thinking back to what could have been.

Read More