The Job Market for Doctors Is Booming. Here’s What It Means for You

Of all the job categories in America, the market for doctors is booming. Newly-minted doctors are choosing from multiple job offers, getting paid more sumptuously than ever, and can practice pretty much wherever they want. At the same time, the way they practice is shifting radically, as more and more physicians choose salaried positions with […]

Job Seekers Aren’t as Interested in Government Gigs as They Used to Be, Research Shows

Even as state governments post more and more job openings, workers are applying for fewer public sector jobs, according to new research published by the National Association of State Chief Administrators (NASCA), global consulting firm Accenture, and NEOGOV, a company that makes human resources software for the public sector. Between 2013 and 2017, across 27 […]

How Should Employers Handle Drug Addiction at Work?

You’ve probably heard the mind-blowing statistics: Every 13 minutes, someone in the U.S. dies of an opioid overdose. The total reached a record 72,000 deaths in 2017, the CDC reports, making prescription pain medications like Oxycontin, Vicodin, and the synthetic opioid fentanyl even bigger killers than diseases like diabetes. Addiction to pain pills is so […]

From California Agriculture to New York Taxi Services, These U.S. Industries Rely on Immigrant Labor

While the Trump administration has made it a lot harder for immigrants to settle permanently in the U.S., a new study examines the extent to which a number of industries–and states–rely on immigrant labor to stay afloat and succeed. According to data from the New American Economy, which was first reported by Axios, immigrants are […]

From Agriculture in California to Taxi Services in New York, These U.S. Industries Rely on Immigrant Labor

While the Trump administration has made it a lot harder for immigrants to settle permanently in the U.S., a new study examines the extent to which a number of industries–and states–rely on immigrant labor to stay afloat and succeed. According to new data from New American Economy, which was first reported by Axios, immigrants are […]