How Americans Feel About Returning to Work During Covid-19

Photo by Christina Morillo from Pexels The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed millions of workers across the globe to a deadly virus. Many Americans have shifted to working from home when possible and have expressed a desire to continue this setup even after the pandemic. Unfortunately, an end to the pandemic does not seem to be in sight as Read More …

2020’s Best & Worst States for Doctors – WalletHub

With doctors on the front lines against the threat of coronavirus, National Doctors’ Day coming up on March 30 and “physician” being the highest-paid job of 2019, the personal-finance website WalletHub released its report on 2020’s Best & Worst States for Doctors. To identify the best states for those in the business of saving lives, Read More …

Survey: Flexible Work Options Positively Impact Health

According to the results of a FlexJobs Work-Life-Relationship survey, 84% of the 2,100 respondents who have mental illnesses, such as anxiety or depression, said they thought that having a flexible job would help them better manage their mental illnesses. In addition, 35% of the overall pool of 3,900 respondents said they have had to take Read More …

Study: Automation Putting US Jobs at Risk

A new study is shedding light on which careers and populations are most vulnerable to automation-induced job loss. Using data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics and the University of Oxford’s study on “The Future of Employment,” researchers identified the 170 most at-risk occupations based on their probability of being replaced by machines, robots, and Read More …

Study: Why Working Seniors are Delaying Retirement

A recent study by Provision Living shows the top reasons why working seniors are delaying retirement. According to the Social Security Administration, the current age to receive full benefits is 66 years old. But many seniors are working rather than enjoying retirement. A previous study by Provision Living listed the cities with the most working Read More …

Study: Jobs Where You’re Most (and Least) Likely to Live Paycheck to Paycheck

Photo by rawpixel.com from Pexels   A recent study conducted by GoBankingRates listed the occupations where workers were most and least likely to live paycheck to paycheck. Although money should not be the only concern when choosing a career, it should be a factor to consider. Living paycheck to paycheck can make it hard to save for emergencies. Read More …

States with Highest Income Inequality 2019

Photo by Alexander Mils from Pexels   With demonstrations like Occupy Wall Street, protesters have brought visibility to the impact increasing income inequality has had on America over the course of the last 50 years. But despite all the attention given to the problem of income inequality, the problem is worsening. The Great Recession of 2008 did not Read More …

Study: Cities With The Most Senior Workers

As the retirement age continues to increase, it’s not surprising that many people are working past age 65. For some the reason may be a need to stay active and intellectually stimulated, but for many the reasons are financial. Retirement savings took a huge hit during the financial crisis and employees are still trying to Read More …

The 10 Highest Paying Entry-Level Jobs

With the high cost of college tuition, it’s understandable that students want to get their money’s worth. Entry-level jobs aren’t known for their high pay, but some graduates can enjoy high salaries from the start. GoBankingRates.com has released a study on the highest paying entry-level jobs. To determine which jobs made the cut, GOBankingRates utilized Bureau Read More …