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Employment for the New Economy

Employment in America has changed, we are no longer in an industrial or manufacturing based economy, we are developing into an information based workforce that no longer needs to go to work, to start working each day. President Obama said during the recent State of The Union Address on Tuesday Jan 12th 2016, “We are in a new economy, where Americans no longer have 1 job for their careers. The president went on to say that; “The only people who can expect to have a job for 30 years and receive a retirement plan, are those people working within the walls of the government.” In other words, The President of the United States was telling the American public in the most important address of the year, that the way in which Americans work and gain employment has changed. The culture of careers is not the same as it was for many generations in the past. The culture of American employment and career expectations are changing at an eclipsing rate. In a single generation, I have watched as the old rule book of careers has been thrown out the window. When I graduated college in 1998, the idea of pursuing a single career was the norm, it was expected. It was also normal that one might change career paths once, or you might switch companies one or twice in your first 5-6 years, and after that you would stay put at your company for the bulk of your remaining career. Words like ‘job hopper’ were serious concerns, as top companies would not consider perspective employees who they thought might quit after just 1 or 2 years. Fast forward to 2016 and 1-2 years on the job would be considered a standard tenure for a professional. Spend 4-5 years at a job now and you’re a dinosaur. The new economy is...

The Ultimate Job Search Strategy for Continuous Employment

The Ultimate Jobs Search Strategy for Continuous Employment was developed based on data from many top sources, like the US Bureau of Labor Statistics and independent data from HomeOfficeCareers.com. The purpose of the strategy is to help people find jobs faster, get started working sooner and most important of all, to stay employed without having periods of unemployment. You can go online, as I have, and you can find many fine articles and resources about the best job search strategies. Most of these resources say pretty much the same thing, such as, be proactive, apply to a lot of jobs and know your abilities. But what each of these job strategies are missing is the advice on how to keep from being unemployed. The Job Search Strategy I teach our members here at HomeOfficeCareers.com is to always be searching for a job, even after you are employed. The recommendation is as follows: If you are currently unemployed and looking for work, then you should search our website daily for new work from home positions posted, and then once you have begun work, continue to search our jobs once to twice per week thereafter. Right now, you are either thinking of one of two things; either you think I’m crazy to recommend to people to keep looking for jobs even after they start working, or you understand the logic I am sharing with you. Carefully read the data in the next two paragraphs and then you will understand why this is a logical and wise strategy to keep yourself employed. According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics; it takes the average person 3-4 months to get a job when they’re unemployed. But, roughly 30% of unemployed people will be that way for more than a year. People age 18 to 34 are going to average more than 10 different...

12 Work from Home Jobs You Should Consider

Work from Home Jobs are on the rise with new opportunities coming available every day. A recent employment report by Home Office Careers found that two thirds of companies will be hiring home-based workers by 2020. Every day we see here at Home Office Careers, hundreds of new jobs for at home workers. With thousands of work from home jobs for a person to choose from, the selection process can be a bit daunting, where should a jobseeker start their search if their new to work from home and what types of jobs should be considered if other applications are not getting interviews. Job seekers know most of the common careers for work-at-home like; Customer Service Jobs or Data-Entry Jobs, but there are many other careers that people often overlook. Jobs that might not be considered by job seekers tend to be less common or might be new to the world because they are part of a new technology. These jobs usually get fewer job searches are good ideas for job seekers to consider because they tend to have less competition. Jobs are not equally in demand. Some jobs have a lot more competition for the open positions than do others. Frequently when a job seeker is having difficulty getting a job, or even getting interviews from their job applications, it is because they are only applying to the most in-demand jobs. While job seekers should always continue to apply to positions that match their primary interests, it is also recommended they consider other jobs that might be less competitive and easier to get interviews because the hiring manager is not overwhelmed with job applications like they frequently are for the most popular work-at-home posts. 12 Work from Home Jobs you should consider were selected because I wanted to share a combination of known industries with less competition for...

How Long Should It Take to Get A Job?

Finding a job takes longer than most job seekers think. With millions of Americans unemployed and millions more under-employed, one of the most common concerns job seekers have is how long it will take for them to become employed. The duration of unemployment and the time it takes to search jobs, go through the hiring process and then start working can be quite lengthy. A job search can take more time depending on many factors such as the jobs industry, the state of the economy (is job growth contracting or increasing), the type of job and the amount of income you require. The reality is, there is no exact amount of days it will take to find a job because there are too many factors involved, but what I have done in this report is review some recent research and opinions from top online publications, to give you are a general idea of what you, the job seeker should expect for the amount of time it should take you to find a job. Duration of Unemployment varies greatly especially during times of economic recession where searching jobs becomes much more difficult. But in general, based on data from the US labor department and several other top sources, a job seeker can expect to take 3 to 6 months to get a job. Unfortunately, almost a third of unemployed workers will stay without a job for more than a year. To avoid the dreaded long-term unemployment, which is to be without a job for more than 27 weeks, it’s essential that job seekers follow what I call the 3 “P’s”; Proactive, Perseverant & Patient. Following this strategy will help keep job seekers on track to finding a job sooner than later.   Unemployed vs Under-employed This article is about the duration of unemployment and the expected time it could take...

Employers Are Hiring More Home Office Workers

Work from Home Employees are a large and growing segment of the US workforce. The 2015 Employment Report by Home Office Careers discovered that companies are increasing their hiring of remote, home-based workers. Employers are already employing a large percentage of their workforce to telecommuters or better known as Home Office Workers. The US workforce is now in a post-recession evolution as companies have needed to change their spending habits and the way in which they hire workers. Hiring home workers is less expensive for businesses and employees prefer it. Outsourcing to home office workers is part of a larger economic change where work from home has become Employment for the New Economy. Home Employment is more than just a trend or a new industry to lead our economy. Home employees represent a change in how Americans are working. Work from home jobs are the employment of our new economy. The information industry is creating job opportunities for millions of workers coming out of the recession. Employers, who changed how they hire since the recession are relying more on home office workers for the savings and advantages they offer. Work from Home employees are both a large and a growing segment of the US workforce. Work from Home Employees make up a large segment of the US workforce. The 2015 Employment Report discovered that 65% of US firms employ home-office workers. That’s an impressive discovery. I knew first hand as CEO of Home Office Careers that the work from home industry was in high growth, but I did not expect such a large segment of employers to be currently hiring home workers. However, of those remote employees, about 31% are working from home full time. Part Time Employees represent more than half of the home office workforce. Part-Time Employment represents a majority of work from home jobs. Part time...

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