Growing up, you likely heard the phrase, “If it ain’t one thing, it’s another,” or “There’s always something going on.” The deeper you get into adulthood, the more phrases like those become a reality. And the current state of the job market is prime evidence. Since late 2022, companies have been announcing significant layoffs that have affected thousands of people. As 2023 began, those announcements seemed to pick up, especially regarding big tech. While the people affected by layoffs feel it the most, companies have noted the challenges and tough decisions it required to take these steps. Recently, Vice Media, Clubhouse, Paper Magazine, and Dropbox have become the latest major organizations announcing employment changes.
Apr 28, 2023
Chris Brown said, “These girls ain’t loyal,” but who would have thought that reference would be true for banking institutions? Now, it is no real shocker that large banks often act in the best interest of their own bottom line, but the most recent discovery about Bank of America may cause some to clutch their pearls. In an alleged internal memo obtained by The Intercept, Bank of America seems to have some odd “hopes.”
Aug 1, 2022
Our favorite “Hot Girl ” Megan Thee Stallion is not only about to earn her college degree, but she’s also about to help others who are on track to earning their degree, too. Megan Thee Stallion was recently announced as one of Glamor’s 2021 Women of the Year. In her bold cover story, Megan tells the story of how she landed in health administration after switching over from business and before that, nursing. Now, the “Savage” singer has no plans on letting her degree sit as a trophy alongside her three Grammys, six BET Awards, and a Billboard Women in Music Award, to name a few. As Megan is set to become a college grad, she won’t have the same realities as others who face the difficulties of landing a job in their expected career field. https://www.instagram.com/p/CV3JuiBlI2e/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link “I see a lot of my peers—a lot of people I went to high school with,” Megan Thee Stallion said, according to Glamour. “They get their degree in, like, biology and then work at...
Nov 4, 2021
There was quarter-over-quarter solid growth in the tech jobs market, with a 16 percent increase in postings in this year’s second quarter. Dice, a tech career-building company, released findings of tech jobs in its latest report. As far as methodology, the company analyzed more than one million tech job postings between April and June 2021 and compared that analysis to the same data collected from January through March 2021. Burning Glass Technologies provided all of the data for Dice to analyze. There was tech job posting growth across locations, occupations, skills and employers in the U.S. from Q1 to Q2. Emerging tech hubs like Las Vegas, Sacramento and Nashville saw the most substantial growth, a press release states, and job postings from the top 50 tech employers remained high. “We are in one of the hottest tech job markets since the dot-com era, as evidenced by the upward trend in tech job postings since November 2020,” Dice CEO Art Zeile said in a press release. “What’s most...
Oct 2, 2021