Software developers are in demand. With salaries that average about $90,000 a year, plenty of freedom to be creative and productive and a job growth rate approaching 120 percent over five years, qualified software developers can kick their careers into high gear. You could become a fully certified Computer Systems Analyst, Computer Programmer, Software Developer, […]
Millennials have spoken and rated salary as the #1 priority in their career. This news comes as no surprise from a generation shackled with student loan debt. Millennials, ranging from age 20-34, are the largest group in the U.S. workforce. Although Millennials have large student loan payments to make, they aren’t willing to compromise […]
Veterans are transitioning into civilian life at a rate of approximately 550 each day, and most are considering what their next career move should be. The Servicemen’s Readjustment Act of 1944, also known as the GI Bill, assists these veterans by providing funding for the education necessary to take their next step. But for many, […]
According to a recent article in nerdwallet, “The average college graduate with a bachelor’s degree left school with $28,446 in student debt in 2016, according to data from the Institute for College Access & Success. There are 44.5 million student loan borrowers in the U.S., and they owe a collective $1.5 trillion as of March […]
Whether you are exploring careers or considering a transition, becoming a developer could be a great career option for you. The job market for IT and programming related roles is ripe for the picking and projected to grow 30% in the next 10 years, according to switchup.com. There are open roles with starting salaries of […]
MAX Cincy Code IT Software Developer Bootcamp Sets Up Former Military for Success. Daniel Loughry had no shortage of leadership experience. After enlisting in the United States Army and serving four tours of duty- two in Iraq and two in Afghanistan- he had worked his way up to the advanced rank of Sergeant […]
April 2, 2018-Source: Career Builder
Do you need a 4 year degree to take advantage of the top job openings in Cincinnati?
Let’s take a look at some interesting statistics on the job market as it stands right now.
The kids are in school and you’re getting itchy. You want to start earning money again and you really miss being around other adults. But going back to your old job with all the stress and the crazy hours isn’t an option for you anymore. Plus, you earned your degree when you were in your 20’s but now at 35+ you’re afraid your old skills won’t measure up.
Sure, you can go back to school. Maybe even get your graduate degree. But wait! You’re trying to save for your kids’ college, right? How can you send yourself to college right now? And the time…with your kids’ schedule it could take years to graduate. (more…)
If you take a quick look at the home page of the massively successful job search site CareerBuilder.com you’ll see a list of ten keywords:
These are the top words employers are using most often when they search for candidates on the site. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out that those ten keywords represent the top job openings in the United States right now.
But before we dig into the list, let’s take a look at some interesting statistics on the job market as it stands right now: (more…)