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Mother’s Day Report: What Do Working Moms Need from Employers to Succeed?

Having a child changes everything. In addition to being responsible for a brand new human being, parents have to adjust their lives to fit in this new order. One of the hardest things to reconcile is work: how can you be successful as a parent and a professional?

In celebration of Mother’s Day, we spoke to 1,000 working parents. We …

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We Need More Nurses; Here’s How to Recruit Them

Twenty-six years ago, the annual National Nurses Week was born in the U.S. Beginning every year on May 6 and concluding May 12 (the birthday of rock-star nurse Florence Nightingale), the week is designed to pay tribute to the vital contributions of America’s registered nurses (RNs).

It’s been said that “constant attention by a good nurse may be just as …

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Global Cybersecurity Outlook 2019

How did you start your day today? Was it turning off the alarm on your phone, then quickly scanning for any messages you received since last night? Did you check a weather app to see if you needed to take an umbrella? Did you use GPS to avoid traffic as you drove to work?

If you’re like many people, you’ve …

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Find a Healthy Balance: Top-Rated Workplaces for Work-Life Balance in 2019

Do you consider your job very stressful? If so, you’re not alone — in a recent survey on workplace stress levels, 76% of respondents said stress at work has had a negative impact on their personal relationships, while 66% have lost sleep due to work stress.

But implementing best practices for work-life balance is crucial to getting the best out …

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Spring into a Less-Stressed Workplace

Anxiety, back pain, fatigue, headaches, insomnia, weight gain or loss. It may sound like a pharmaceutical ad, but it’s actually a list of common symptoms associated with stress: uncomfortable when experienced on their own and potentially dangerous taken together.

April is Stress Awareness Month, and the truth is that stress is almost impossible to avoid these days. We live fast-paced …

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Tales from a Tight Labor Market: Why the Tech Skills Gap Is Smaller than You Think, Fastest Growing Job Searches and More

The world of work is a complex and rapidly changing place, but the right data accurately interpreted can help us all understand what’s going on. Knowledge is power, and informed decision making is the most powerful of all.

Here at Indeed we are fortunate to have the Indeed Hiring Lab, a dedicated global team of researchers helping us make …

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Gaming Industry Spotlight 2019: New Opportunities in a Booming Industry

With billions of dollars flowing into the video game industry, gaming is no longer just for kids — it’s poised to be the next generation of entertainment. Due to the market’s astonishing growth, streaming giant Netflix now sees gaming as a bigger competitor than the original video titan, HBO.

But what does all this growth mean for …

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You’ve Been Ghosted! Now What?

It finally happened: You met your dream candidate for that open position. From the first call, you felt a connection. After the interview, everyone agreed they were a perfect fit. You couldn’t wait to make it official and offer them the job. But then, out of nowhere, they stopped responding to your calls and emails. Did you misread the signals? …

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The Best Jobs in the U.S.: 2019

Which sounds more like your perfect job: managing a construction team, or analyzing high-volume data sets? Everyone will have a unique answer. However you define it, two factors are universally important: there need to be open positions, and they need to have appealing salaries.

Job seekers can focus their efforts by knowing which industries and job titles offer the most …

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How to Train for Grit: Transform Potential with These Targeted Strategies

Soft skills are often assumed to be inherent traits; either someone has them or they don’t, right? Wrong! A growing body of research shows that people can be trained to develop personal and behavioral attributes.  

Grit — the powerful combination of passion and perseverance — is a strong predictor of future success, and it’s just one of the many …

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