Nursing positions can be found working in a wide range of environments, including hospitals, urgent care clinics, physician offices, care centers, and schools. Because of COVID-19, more and more people who work in nursing are seeking jobs that they can do without having to commute at all. During this pandemic, medicare has been temporarily expanded […]
With all the COVID 19 developments, What is your alternate plan for pursuing the next step in your career? Are you ready to make a pivot? A perfectly planned road ahead. You decided the right track for your chosen field, and made an exhaustive list of target companies to apply with. Then you applied to […]
Where are the greatest opportunities for women in the future? Often (or particularly) at the beginning of a brand-new decade, it is necessary to look ahead at how the future of tech can depend on more women entering the sector. At what level do we want to find ourselves in 2030? Where do we truly […]
Here at WIB-I, we like to focus on specific industries that we see women thriving in, despite historical lashbacks. One such industry you might find is surprisingly progressing faster than others is that of public relations. Public relations is still a male-dominated industry though, so the question of salary amounts for women versus men, treatment […]
On April 15th in London, Deutsche Bank launched its fourth ATLAS program, their global leadership development initiative for female managing directors.
The number of businesses owned by women of color has increased rapidly since 1997 when there were just under one million. Today, that number has more than doubled to an estimated 2,934,500 accounting for one in three (32%) of women-owned firms.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The number of Americans filing new claims for jobless aid fell last week to its lowest level in nearly 5-1/2 years, signaling labor market resilience in the face of fiscal austerity.
More than 110,000 clean energy, clean transportation jobs announced in 2012 WASHINGTON (March 6, 2013) – Companies and communities across the country announced more than 300 clean energy and clean transportation projects in 2012 that are expected to create 110,000 jobs, according a report released today by Environmental Entrepreneurs.
BETHLEHEM, PA —Hiring will be up for new college graduates, according to a new report by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE). NACE’s Job Outlook 2013 survey shows that employers anticipate hiring 13 percent more Class of 2013 college graduates than they hired from the Class of 2012.
Recent reports have indicated jobs are continuing to climb after the recession, but that’s not the case for all occupations—some are projected to decline in the coming decade, according to JIST’s recently released Occupational Outlook Handbook 2013–2014.
Home health and personal care aides top the list at 70 percent growth through 2020 The prolonged housing market meltdown pushed Ann Jacobi Brown, a real estate broker of 11 years, to switch careers at midlife. At age 52, she is months away from graduating with a bachelor’s degree in nursing from the University of […]