Unemployment rates are at an all-time low. This is good for the United States, but many organizations, not just retail companies, are finding it difficult to obtain extra staffing during the fourth quarter of the year.
Although Wilmington, Delaware is not the first city that comes to mind when you think of a booming tech scene, a group of entrepreneurs is bringing in big business. Many of these high-tech professionals left their jobs in banking to enter a new market—financial technology, commonly referred to as fintech.
If you work with the any of the tech companies found in metro Denver commercial real estate; it’s been pretty obvious for a while now - the tech sector is on fire. There is news of yet another company opening a new, Front Range office, securing funding, expanding the headcount, or launching their initial public offering virtually every day. While it’s quite an exciting time in for tech industry candidates, it’s also important to understand that this particular type of growth isn’t something that “just happens.”
With technology advancing at a rapid rate, the market is undergoing a dramatic shift in how business is done. New solutions are being implemented, and innovative ideas are being put into motion. Things are taking shape that was unfathomable just years ago. Companies making these big leaps are called disruptors, and they are forever changing the business world.
If you are a woman pursuing a career in the tech field, then the best place for you to be is in Houston. This city was recently recognized as the fourth best city in the U.S. for women working in technology jobs, according to a SmartAsset report.
There is no denying that millennials have a very different work-style than that of their senior generations. Some chalk it up to laziness or a sense of entitlement. A common perception is that millennials refuse to work as hard as their parents had to in order to build a career.