As the digital world expands, the need for a more competitive workforce rises, too. To meet the continually changing demands of businesses, employees must have the skills that keep them relevant and competent in the workplace.
Are you looking to sharpen your skills in 2020? Whether you’re a candidate looking for employment in the new year or you’ve been at your company for quite some time, it’s always helpful to hone your existing workplace skills as well as learn new ones. In fact, both technical and transferable skills have proven to benefit employees as they work toward advancing their careers.
For the second year in a row, Texas ranked as the top state for startup businesses. The ranking results came from WalletHub, a finance website, which carefully compiled a report that evaluated 50 states against various criteria on being startup-friendly, including population education, labor costs, and office space pricing.
Finding qualified candidates to fill data science jobs is a challenging task for HR professionals and companies. While plenty of people have some experience or education in data science and analytics, they might not have the full skillset you need. Fortunately, you have the option to calibrate existing or explore new strategies for hiring the right people in these fields of expertise this year.
According to a survey conducted by Deloitte, one in three Americans has been exposed to a data compromise, while 47% feel they do not have enough control over their data.
This coming new year, searching for new jobs in 2020 may be a resolution you’d like to work toward. The trick, however, is knowing exactly where to begin your job search. Despite the 50-year record low unemployment rate of 3.5%, some job seekers may still find themselves hitting a wall — don’t let this happen to you as you search for jobs in 2020. If you live in the area or are open to relocation, it’s good to know that Columbus’ job outlook is certainly positive for next year.