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Coding Isn’t Just for Coders Anymore

Jobs that traditionally did not require coding are paying well for workers who know how, a study shows.
 
Jobs requiring coding skills pay $22,000 more than positions that don’t, and the demand for employees with such skills is expected to grow 12 percent faster than the overall job market during the next decade, according to a report published Wednesday. ...




7 warning signs a great employee’s about to quit

We all want to hold onto our best, brightest employees. And sometimes, a key component of that retention effort is being able to recognize when they’re trying to locate greener pastures and finding ways to increase their loyalty.
 
But what you need to know first are the red flags that indicate an employee is conducting such a search. ...




Ask These 24 Interview Questions to Find a Marketing Rock Star

When it’s time to expand your startup’s growing team, you can’t go wrong with hiring a marketing strategist. Sure, accountants, customer service reps and other specialists are all important, but it’s your marketing team that puts money directly back into your pocket. ...




Hiring Veterans - Separating fact from fiction

 Viewpoint: Hiring VeteransSeparating fact from fictionBy Lida Citroën
 
Estimates are that by the year 2023 there will be 3.5 million military veterans in the U.S. workforce. One would think this would excite civilian employers that seek skilled, talented and principled workers. ...




Why companies hire veterans, and why they don’t

By Jena McGregor
 
But despite the interest in hiring veterans for their unique skills and experience, there is also plenty that’s holding them back. A new report from the Center for a New American Security (CNAS) finds that annual unemployment rates for post-9/11 veterans averages one percentage point higher than that of non-veterans. ...




11 Things Modern Veterans Contribute To The Workplace

11 Things Modern Veterans Contribute To The Workplace
 
By Jeff Boss
 

Here are 11 contributions veterans bring that lie below the surface, yet add tremendous amounts of value to workplace climate every day.

 
There have been myriad articles written about what veterans bring to the workforce, such as leadership experience, teamwork, mission focus, blah blah blah. ...