Until recently, persons who were self-employed or only worked on a freelance basis were relative rarities in our economy. Today, however, it is estimated that nearly 33% of the United States labor force are engaged in temporary, contract-based, or on-demand work.
While data protection was an almost unheard of field several years ago, today it’s one of the fastest growing segments of the IT industry. With more companies than ever developing large databases to track their supplies, customers, inventory, and other information, it’s becoming increasingly necessary for companies to take steps to guard the information they’ve collected.
As the analysts among us know, open requisition to offer refers specifically to the time between the initial posting of a job description to hiring channels and the official job offer to a qualified candidate.
In increasing numbers, high school and college students are turning their focus to the STEM fields (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics). For employers who need to fill technology jobs, this is good news, particularly because of the projected growth for skilled workers.
The Dodd-Frank Act arose from the fallout of the Great Recession in 2008. Congress crafted this bill to reduce certain financial risks and help protect consumers.
The "gig economy" is a popular term for the recent rise of independent contractors and other on-demand work placement.