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The 15 companies that are hiring the most new hires and paying them over $100,000 a year

If your students are looking to target specific companies to work for that are hiring and paying high salaries (over $100,000) a year these are 15 companies that they should target according to the Ladders 1. MicrosoftNumber of open $100,000-plus roles: 1,135Most in-demand role: software developer 2. Cognizant Technology SolutionsNumber of open $100,000-plus roles: 830Most Read More

5 Unique Careers to Inspire Your Students

“What do you want to be when you grow up?” is a question everyone hears at one point in their lives. Choosing a job, much less a career, can be a daunting task and most of us end up in a job out of necessity rather than an affinity for that job. What if you Read More

Consider a Degree in Accounting

Are any of your students good with numbers? Have they considered an Accounting Degree? It’s an in demand job that pays very well. Here is everything they need to know about this degree: Why Get a Degree? Accounting is a profession that can be self-taught; however, a degree in accounting is essential to long-term success. Read More

Top 25 fastest-disappearing jobs in the US

Since 2016, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. has been projecting the fastest-declining occupations in the U.S. by 2026. Earlier this month, the agency updated its statistics to give job seekers a more recent look at how certain industries are doing — in terms of salary and projected growth. Overall, the Bureau of Labor Statistics Read More

Work Personality/Career Assessment Tests

Do your students know what Career they want to pursue after College? Do they have an idea of what major they will pursue that fits with their interests? If the answers to these questions are no they might want to consider taking one of the many great free tests available to assess what careers/majors they Read More

6 Skills needed for all jobs (regardless of degree)

You have likely heard about “soft skills” before. But what are they? Sometimes referred to as “21st-century skills,” “interpersonal skills,” or “applied skills,” they are the skills that are non-technical or specific to a certain job. They are the skills that help you think, communicate with people, and reflect on your experiences. Basically, your young Read More

Resources for your students that are considering a business degree

Business is one of the most popular degrees for students to pursue. Between 2014 and 2015, nearly 358,000 jobs requiring a business management degree were posted in the United States. Of that number, 85 percent required at least a bachelor’s degree. The Community for Accredited Online Schools has published a guide that was created to Read More

Careers to Consider for your students

I have published LINK for Counselors for 3 years now and we have published some great articles for Counselors on Careers to Consider for your students. Here is a summary and links to those: Cybersecurity Forestry Emergency Management Food and CPG Marketing Occupations and Attending Career & Technical School Supply Chain Management and Logistics Chemical Read More

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