The nature of work is changing, fast, hastened by artificial intelligence and robotic mechanization. So what types of work seems destined to outlast the robot revolution?
This article below lists 7 jobs that will still require humans….hands on jobs (like massage of course) but also health care and civil engineering.
Charles Schwab is building a new campus in Westlake Texas that could eventually house more than than the 4000 employees in the Denver location.
McDonalds is using social media, including Snapchat, to try to reach young job seekers.
Here’s the link!
Amazon is growing Fast….both on the ground and in the cloud.
Amazon announced it is adding a new warehouse with up to 1800 new jobs in North Haven, Connecticut
and another 1500 jobs to Northern Virginia is its Amazon Web Services division.
Amazon bringing another 1,500 jobs to Northern Virginia
You probably guessed that physicians are among the highest paid US workers, but did you know that food service ranks near the bottom? Cashiers, Ushers and Gaming Attendants help round out the list of the least paid workers.
See the FORBES list HERE
The monthly Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey, or JOLTS report showed there were 6.0 million job openings on the last day of business in April, an increase of 259,000 from March.
U.S. nonfarm private sector employment increased jobs more than expected in May 2017.
Automakers, especially Ford and Retailers cut jobs in May
Michael Kors said it would close 100 to 125 full-price stores over the next two years “due to intense price competition from other retailers”.