A significant pay gap remains between the genders according to a recent study. Inequitable pay between men and women exists across the board in all U.S. industries.
Jobless claims decreased to a new low in the United States last week. This means that the number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits has fallen to the lowest level we have seen in almost fifty years.
Coastal metropolitan areas with diverse populations, such as Los Angeles, San Francisco, and New York, are often the cities mentioned when college seniors are asked where the finest jobs are located.
However, according to economic development data, today’s true hotbeds of economic activity are actually in smaller cities located away from the coasts.
There is new data from ISC (2) that’s shows younger women are making more money than they did in previous generations in the field of cybersecurity; however, overall there is still a gender pay gap.
Most workers in the U.S. say they are happy with their jobs, according to research conducted by First in Business Worldwide, a subsidiary of CNBC and SurveyMonkey, the popular survey tool. The participants included a number of millennials in the workplace. However, despite the optimistic survey results, workers don't report that all is rosy with their jobs.
JP Morgan, the largest bank in the nation, continues to hunt down blockchain experts with the most job postings of anyone in the industry. Indeed.com reported that while JPMorgan Chase has posted jobs with keywords such as “cryptocurrency,” “blockchain,” or “bitcoin” in the past year, other top ten corporations have not.