Doctors have nabbed 8 of the top 20 highest-paid jobs, according to LinkedIn’s State of Salary 2017 report. LinkedIn pulled data from two million members to compare salaries by job title, education, industry, location, and other factors. Here are...
Candidates have 56% higher response rate with correspondence from hiring managers over other contacts during the hiring process, according to LinkedIn’s new report, Inside the Mind of Today’s Candidate. The report provides a number of insights based on candidate...
The cost of replacing an employee can be as much as one-third of that employee’s annual salary, according to Employee Benefit News, as reported by HR Dive. In addition, the indirect costs of a vacating employee include lost knowledge,...
The number of U.S. job openings has crept up to 6.2 million, the highest since the Department of Labor began tracking it. Simultaneously, the country has 7 million unemployed workers, but filling the open positions with people who need...
Inc. Magazine just announced their annual Inc. 5000 list this month, and 35 healthcare staffing agencies made the list. Inc. compiles their rankings based on revenue growth from 2013 - 2016 for privately-owned companies with annual earnings of at least...
A Google employee recently claimed that the company’s lack of women on staff is not because of sexism, but that women’s preferences and biological tendencies make them unsuitable for tech work. The man was subsequently fired for his statements....
Fewer layoffs occurred in the first half of 2017 compared to the same time frame last year. There were 227,000 job cuts planned for this year through June, a 28% decrease from the first six months of 2016. For...
In May, Google debuted Google for Jobs, a function that combines machine-learning with the world’s largest search engine to create a massive online job board. When a user searches for jobs on Google, a new Jobs box will appear,...
LiquidAgents Healthcare, an innovative, fast-growing healthcare staffing firm, was named the #1 mid-sized company to work for by Inc. Magazine. The publication surveyed 169,000 employees from more than 1,600 companies on issues like career development, communi­cation, trust in leadership,...
Employees who worked from home were 13% more productive, says a study by Stanford. The reasons for this include ease of working for the entire day when off-site and having a quieter work space. Additionally, the Stanford study showed...

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