Will Flexible Work and Education Help Restore Rural America?

Rural communities have long been facing the twin problems of ‘brain-drain’ and lack of economic innovation and consistent stimulus. If residents of small towns aren’t given the opportunity to study and prepare for a career in engineering, healthcare, or social work, how are they supposed to pursue such careers? Luckily, prospects have new-found potential to … Continue reading “Will Flexible Work and Education Help Restore Rural America?”

A Review on Lack of Engagement in the Workplace

In 2015, only 32 percent of employees were engaged at work meaning they were happy with their employment. Millennials were the least engaged at work and the most likely to be actively looking for employment elsewhere. American businesses spend between $450-$550 billion annually on actively disengaged employees. There are several causes for disengagement in the … Continue reading “A Review on Lack of Engagement in the Workplace”

How to Transition to a Career in Data Analytics

Data analytics is one of the fastest growing fields out there. According the Bureau of Labor Statistics, it is expected to grow 30 percent through 2024, and with a median wage of $79,200, it is an attractive field to consider. Data analytics is the process of examining large data sets to uncover patterns and correlations … Continue reading “How to Transition to a Career in Data Analytics”

The Most In Demand Healthcare Careers For 2017 And Beyond

The Healthcare Industry is currently moving, shaking, and evolving to fit the needs of the modern world. If you’ve always wanted to find a job in the medical industry, consider one of the many careers that are currently booming. 1. Nursing In certain areas of the U.S., there have been severe nursing shortages for almost … Continue reading “The Most In Demand Healthcare Careers For 2017 And Beyond”