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Even as veteran hiring in the U.S. continues to rise, veteran workers continue to feel underemployed or they are stuck in low-paying jobs.
A new study from CareerBuilder and EMSI shows that some industries have seen a noticeable increase in wages over the past several years.
It's no secret that many candidates feel they're in a black hole of hiring -- and some staffing firms aren't making their experience any easier.
While most new technologies are designed with the intent of increasing people’s leisure time by automating or simplifying specific tasks, that’s not always the outcome in the real world. In fact, as the speed and ease of communication has increased thanks to cell phones and the Internet, many workers have found themselves constantly connected to the office, and putting in more hours as a result.
According to the 2015 Health Care Workforce Study, 48 percent of health care employees who haven’t already received care at their organizations would choose not to.
The skills gap in our country is in large part an ‘information gap’ – many young people are unaware of jobs that are in high-demand, pay well, and are aligned with what they’re passionate about.
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