Digital nomad culture is reinventing itself in 2023 after periods of global lockdown. Resume.io analyzed thousands of #digitalnomad Instagram posts to find out where today’s remote workers are plugged in.
The daily commute might be a chance to catch up on podcasts and reading for some but for others it’s a sluggish and stressful time that they’d rather spend doing something else. Enter remote working. Resume.io analyzed U.S. Census Bureau data to uncover the cities and states where remote workers save the most travel time by working from home.
Are you more likely to become a business leader if you attend a particular university? Resume.io recorded the number of graduates listed on the university’s LinkedIn pages and analyzed alum profiles with CEO or similar in their job titles to reveal which universities produce the most business leaders.
HR experts have weighed in on the importance of holistic strategies for employee retention, in the interest of wellness and flexibility, as well as upskilling and job satisfaction. Here is a sampling of their compelling research and advice.
Some students understandably don’t worry too much about getting a job after college, but others plan their first career moves meticulously. Here are ten popular jobs for someone who has just left college. You need to start somewhere.
You need to make a few bucks while you earn your university degree, that’s totally understandable. To find a position that gives you what you need and leaves you time to study, take a look at our advice below.
All job moves involve a leap of faith, but there’s more at stake when you decide to leave your first job. Are you shortchanging yourself by quitting too soon? Or has the right time already passed? Here, we unpack the key considerations for how long you should stay at your first job.