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Each year, U.S. News & World Report ranks the best jobs to help job seekers at every level take advantage of new opportunities and make smarter career decisions. Health care related jobs dominate the list of the 100 Best Jobs due to a combination of high salaries, low unemployment rates... Read more
This is a sponsored post by OM Media group on behalf of Verizon, all opinions are my own. Minority-owned small business have a big impact on our economy. Minority businesses make up almost 15 percent of the 28 million small businesses and employ 5.9 million workers in the United... Read more
You crafted the perfect cover letter and resume and they have landed you an interview for your dream job. But before you start planning how you will decorate your cubicle, you need to make a good impression on the person who is interviewing you. The following advice will help you to... Read more
Sixteen Year-Old Entrepreneur Jaylen D. Bledsoe Owns a $4 Million Company
I’m always impressed by young men who exhibit confidence and aren’t afraid of hard work. Jaylen D. Bledsoe is one such young man. I first read about him few years ago while perusing my regular rotation of business sites. I was immediate impressed by this teenage entrepreneur’s grit, perseverance, and dedication. Bledsoe... Read more
I’m on the road 50-100 days a year for work. While I’m traveling, my job commitments aren’t put on hold. I’m expected to be just as productive on the road as I am in the office. To keep up with my assignments, I rely on technology. Here are a... Read more
Ronald Jemison Jr. and Family Prepare to Celebrate 100 Years of Entrepreneurship
Ronald Jemison Jr. has a rich heritage of entrepreneurship. For four generations, Jemison’s family has guided Franklin Beauty School, the oldest continuously operated licensed beauty school in Texas. The school, which has graduated more the 100,000 students, is set to celebrate it’s 100th anniversary in 2015. Jemison’s great-grandmother, N.A. Franklin, started the school... Read more
In 2012, I quit my job. My friends and colleagues thought I was crazy. I had worked there for 20 years. I was making a great salary and I was on-track to be an executive at this Fortune 500 company. However, the stress of the job was taking a toll on... Read more
Many people talk about diversity, but few companies actually take measures to make diversity a solid part of their corporate culture. James Colon has worked hard to change that reality. As the vice president of African American Business Strategy at Toyota, Colon is committed to making the automobile industry one... Read more
Top 10 U.S. Cities to Find a Job
With the unemployment rate currently hovering around 6% (via Bureau of Labor Statistics), people are more willing to move to where the jobs are. According to data from the U.S. Census Bureau, more than 100 million people have moved within the past five years, and 48% of unemployed individuals... Read more
Do you ever feel as if you’re doing the job of three people? You probably are. Lay-offs, workplace reductions, and budget cuts have increased employees’ responsibilities across the board. Unfortunately, this increased workload is taking a toll on our well-being. For many people, work has become all-consuming. According to... Read more