At the end of each year, we at Indeed like to look back and see which trends in job search were on the rise and which were on the decline. The terms people search for can tell us a lot about the world of work and what’s going on in the minds of job seekers, as well as give us …Read More »
It used to be that people punched in and worked away at their desks all day, but times have changed. Whether it’s to avoid the commute, leverage the quiet focus of working at home or simply to stay in pajamas all day, recent research shows that 70% of people work remotely at least once a week.
Many employers support and …Read More »
Today we celebrate Veteran’s Day. For JibberJobber, that means we send a reminder that we have, since 2006, given veterans a free year of our premium upgrade. This is simply a “thank you for serving our country.” I know that serving in the armed forces is not easy. You don’t do it for money. There’s […]Read More »
I recently wrote the post Job Loss Grief Stages. While doing so I was looking for old posts I had written about this topic and found this post from 2012: Dumb Little Man: How to Keep Your Sanity After Losing Your Job Dumb Little Man, btw, is a blog with “tips for life.” Anyway, in […]Read More »
This caught my eye because I’ve seen some situations where remote working is an utter joke: Remote Workers Are Outperforming Office Workers — Here’s Why The entire JibberJobber team works remote. We’ve been doing it since 2006. It’s really the only way we can do it because as far as I remember, none of us […]Read More »
A little-known fact is that when computer programming was emerging as a field in the 1940s, women were in the forefront of this new technology. In fact, the first programmers to work on the US Army’s enormous ENIAC computer to compute ballistic trajectories were all women.
Software was seen as less important than the male-dominated hardware field and was considered …Read More »
This is part of the Favorite Friday serious that I started years ago. One of the benefits of having blogged regularly for almost 13 years is that I have a lot of great posts from over the years. My writing style has evolved, but the ideas and principles have not. In this post, Grow your […]Read More »
When we hear “support the troops,” we often think about men and women deployed overseas. But those in military service face challenges not only in active duty — there are challenges for them at home as well, especially when they leave service.Read More »
As a nation, Americans are facing serious health challenges. Heart disease remains the number-one cause of death for both men and women in the US, and a host of other conditions pose a great risk — including cancer, diabetes, respiratory diseases and stroke.
In fact, according to the most recent data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), …Read More »
My dad and father-in-law had careers where they had pretty much one job for decades. After they retired they both got another job. They were young, and why not work for another 10 years? My career has been quite different. I’ve had a host of jobs, and have owned my own business for almost 13 […]Read More »