US added about 200,000 jobs in January, but to which sectors?

U.S. hiring was solid in January as the unemployment rate hovered at its lowest level in 17 years and wage growth picked up to its strongest pace since the recession. Despite a strong month, with 200,000 jobs added… — Josh Zumbrun, Wall Street Journal The United States Department of Labor released the new hiring and unemployment rate for…

Should you share how much you make with your coworkers?

Not to share salary information with coworkers used to be a taboo in American companies. Recently, millennials are breaking this taboo. Millennials are more likely and more comfortable with sharing their salary information with others, like how they used to compare their test scores with their classmates. And this brings a new trend of #SalaryTransparency on social…

Job Hunting in a Nutshell

Graduated students are entering the workforce after graduation. Many of us spent weeks, months, or even years to land on our first jobs. We experienced rejections, no responses, acceptance, invitations for interview, and some “hilarious” experience we encounter during the job search, or job hunt. The five year experience entry level position Remember the entry…

The Profession of Game Testing (edited)

“I can get paid while having fun and playing a video game before its releases!” And this is usually the expectation of being a game tester. In reality, game testings requires very little skill and it can be done internally within the game development teams or with the team’s friends and family. Big game developers like…

How does working from home like?

In the age of internet, telecommunication had never been this easy. People can have conversation and seeing each other while being miles apart from each other. Thus, some jobs now day doesn’t require showing up on working site and the workers can work at their home. This sounds great to daily commuters that have to…