10 Ways To a Finance Career With No Finance Degree | Investopedia

A finance or business degree is a prerequisite for most jobs in finance, but what if you don't possess a finance degree and really want to work in this field? While it is more difficult for someone with a non-financial degree to secure a job in finance than it is for a candidate with one, there's still hope for the former.

August 11, 2016

5 Tech Skills of Highly Productive Entrepreneurs

There's no doubt that technology can play a significant role in improving the productivity of modern-day entrepreneurs. Of course, using technology is not enough. Today's digital entrepreneurs must also be willing take the time to find and learn how to use the right tech tools and to improve their tech skills.

August 3, 2016

11 jobs that you wouldn't think pay $100k

Your childhood dream of being a pilot just became appealing again. Employment review site Glassdoor has released a list of 11 unexpected jobs that pay $100,000 or more. Career paths highlighted include special agent, geophysicist, regional sales executive and software architect. The highest paying job on the list is reservoir engineer, which has a total median pay of $143,000.

July 30, 2016

100,000 oil jobs could be coming back

Goldman Sachs believes the American oil industry is about to stage a big comeback from the painful downturn and big job losses caused by oversupply. As more oil fields come on line and America's oil boom gets back on track, there simply won't be enough people to do the required drilling, well completion and other logistical work.

July 29, 2016

5 Jobs That Will Be The Hardest To Fill In 2025

With low labor-force participation, declining immigration levels, and the looming retirement of baby boomers on the horizon, the U.S. labor market is tightening and driving up wages. Over the next decade, the country will experience a labor shortage that will disproportionately affect some industries and professions, predicts an April 2016 report from The Conference Board.

July 29, 2016

Job Training Works. So Why Not Do More?

But are there really no ideas, short of throwing a wrench into the gears of the global economy? Ms. Edwards illustrates a surprisingly simple one: training for skills that are in demand. For some reason, this is a strategy the United States has not pursued earnestly in quite a long time.

July 24, 2016