workers encounter more difficulty finding work after being laid off as
compared to their younger counterparts. According to the data of the US
Dept of Labor, the re-employment rate in '06 for workers aged 25-54 was 75%. On the other hand, only 61% of older workers (ages 55-64) managed to get another job within a one year. Check out our tips to staying ahead of the curve.
Obtaining a college education can be a very expensive affair. In fact, the majority of graduates from 2013 (about 70%)
accumulated an average of $28,400 in student loan debt, according to a report from the Institute for College Access and Success. But the good news is scholarships are on the rise. Increase your chances of getting one by tapping into a few resources.
It can be really frustrating when there is a lack of communication in
the workplace. Besides frustrating, when you have difficulty
communicating with your co-workers, your job and also the entire
company's productivity can be at risk. Here, experts weigh in on techniques to improving interoffice communications.