The Hardest Working Cities 2024

In honor of Employee Appreciation Day on March 1st, personal finance website WalletHub has released a report on America’s hardest working cities. Americans work an average of 1,811 hours per year, more than people in most other industrialized countries. In this post, we celebrate those who contribute the most to our economy. Americans are known Read More …

Increase in Hiring for Entry Level Remote Jobs

The rate of hiring graduates is up 11% from last year, according to a report from MarketPlace.org. As 2019 college graduates enter the strongest labor market in decades, FlexJobs is debunking the myth that new professionals have to work in a traditional office before they can work remotely. This is great news for those wanting Read More …

College Grads Choose Passion Over Pay

According to a recent report from Indeed Hiring Lab economist Nick Bunker, today’s college graduates are prioritizing passion over pay. According to the report, today’s tight labor market is giving recent graduates more confidence, allowing them to look for work that gives them personal fulfillment rather than following a more traditional path. Compared to four Read More …

Almost 2 in 5 Americans Don’t See Value in College Degree

  A new survey of 2,245 Americans commissioned by finder.com in July 2017 and conducted by global research provider Pureprofile, found that almost 2 in 5 Americans, or 38.7%, are unsure or don’t think their college degree was worth the money. That’s an estimated 60.96 million Americans. Of these degree holders, 49.6% say they aren’t making Read More …