Archive for the ‘Employment’ Category

Must Have Furniture for Your Home Office

Working from home can be really great. You get right out of bed and you can get right to work, no travel time, and no worries. However, you must make sure that your home office area is a conducive working environment. So what makes a home office a great working environment? Well, the furniture is […]

The Best Cities in the U.S. to Move To

Every day, couples, families, and roommates are deciding to move. The question is, move where? A lot of times moving depends on one very important thing–our work lives. Where work is, we move. There a hundreds, if not, thousands of cities to choose from, but it really depends on if we can find work there. […]

Is Your Office Space Helping or Hurting Work Performance?

Whether you work in a cubicle, work from home, or have a deluxe office suite all to yourself, you want to make the most of the office space you’re in. You must ask yourself: Do I want to be comfortable? Do I want functionality? Do I want a decorative environment? These questions are necessary to consider […]

Which Construction Trades Pay the Most

Construction is one of those industries that are subject to the fluctuations of the economy. If a household is putting a leash on its budget, no home improvements and renovations will be made and no job opportunities are available for the construction trade. Despite the slow bounce in employment, construction is still a promising sector. […]

Memphis, TN Skyline

Top 10 Affordable Metros

Many young adults dream of living in the fast-paced environment of a big city when they graduate from college. The only problem is the cost of living holds them back from pursing their dream. But 2014 is the year to put a stop to this, thanks to Apartment Guide. The apartment finding tool examined their […]

Job Outlook in 7 Midwest States

The Midwest is considered the best place to look for a job for graduates, according to the National Association of College and Employers (NACE), as employers hired 18.5% percent more graduates in the last year. Let’s take a look at the employment figures in seven Midwest states and find out which has the highest job […]