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United States of Fitness? Here are the States with The Most Trainer and Dietitian Jobs
Each year at Thanksgiving the great American tradition of holiday overeating begins—only to be followed by furious outbreaks of remorse and resolution-making on January 1st, of course. During this post-holiday aftermath, gym memberships jump and the tills of the multibillion dollar fitness industry ring a little more loudly, but overindulgence is not just a seasonal trend. In fact, the “obesity epidemic” fueled by diet and lifestyle has been raging for decades. And it’s getting worse:...
 Indeed - Wed, 01/11/2017 - 11:02

Jobs for Video Game Developers Have Dropped by 65% Since 2014
The video game industry is experiencing unprecedented success. It’s been estimated that gaming will be worth over $91 billion dollars by 2020. It shocked us to learn that jobs for game developers and game designers have shown a strong decline since 2014 with a 65% drop in the number of postings. However, searches for gaming jobs have remained relatively constant since 2014. Searches for “game developer” have even grown by 50%. Our team examined the job market outlook related to the overall...
 Indeed - Tue, 01/10/2017 - 15:52

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Top Things to Do on your Vacation Leave in South America
Work could be very demanding and tiring because of countless paper works and stressful overtimes. So before you lose your sanity, take a break and leave the frantic work life. Your life should not be limited with the home-work-home routine. Always insert fun! And since you’re in South America, you’re one lucky pal. You’re just moments away from the calming spots and exciting adventures of this very fun-filled continent. TAKE A DIP AT IGUAZU FALLS Towering falls at its best This...
 Hispanic Jobs - Tue, 01/10/2017 - 08:50

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See More of the World by Working in South America
Working abroad is a combination of sacrifices and explorations. And in South America, you will realize that you can actually have both— work and leisure, all in one. Now, it’s time to work, while you enjoy the beauty of South American countries because without a doubt, these countries are far more exciting than the others. ARGENTINA The Paris in South America, Buenos Aires WORK Some of the top rated places to work and live in are situated in the country of Argentina. Amongst all other...
 Hispanic Jobs - Tue, 01/10/2017 - 08:38

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How to Survive Working in South America
Are you ready to work in South America? South American countries are unique from other countries around the world, from the local traits to the work ethics. And every Latin country is distinct amongst other neighboring states. Thus, you need to take into consideration some insights before you move to the country for work or for good. Planning and embracing the diverse characteristics and varied cultures may be tough, so better be geared up ahead of time. To help you survive on your South America...
 Hispanic Jobs - Tue, 01/10/2017 - 08:26

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How to Get a South American Visa
If you have decided to work in South America, you’re on the next phase in fulfilling your dreams. And to help you, here’s a step-by-step guide for anyone who wishes to work in some of the top-rated South American countries. APPLY ONLINE You can apply online or through agencies if you want to work abroad. You cannot just move to a country without following the employment regulations stated by the state. It is advisable to have a legal working permit before traveling to South America. Be...
 Hispanic Jobs - Tue, 01/10/2017 - 08:19

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Best South American Companies to Work For
One of the main reasons why people work abroad is the high income, which could not be satisfied by their own countries. If you have decided to try your luck in one of the South American countries, you might as well consider these top-rated companies. Local Companies in south america Elektro This top-rated company, not just in Brazil, but in the entire South America, is in line with manufacturing, production and energy distribution. With its prominent industries, it has helped a lot of locals and...
 Hispanic Jobs - Tue, 01/10/2017 - 08:12

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6 Ways to Learn Spanish Before Moving to South America
Hola! One of the most notable languages in South America is Spanish. Though you are a native English speaker, you still need to know at least some of the basic Spanish words since you will be staying in a foreign country for a while. So whether you are a traveller or an overseas worker, here are the best ways to learn the Spanish language before moving to South America. For sure, this guide will help you make your life easier and convenient.   Know the Basics El Alfabeto In reality, learning...
 Hispanic Jobs - Tue, 01/10/2017 - 07:49

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4 Best Latin American Countries to Work in
Choosing the country to work in can be difficult. You are torn with a lot of options— from working visa to wages. And before delving into a new country, you need to have at least a slightest idea what are the best countries in South America when it comes to working. Take into account the cost of living of a country because it will greatly affect the working environment and of course, the wage. So don’t rush and plan carefully. And to give you tips, here are the top 4 countries with corresponding...
 Hispanic Jobs - Tue, 01/10/2017 - 07:29

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5 tips for getting a job abroad
Every year, students are going abroad for jobs. There are opportunities abroad that they don’t find in their country. UK is one of the popular destinations where people tend to go for jobs.  It is not easy to get a job abroad. Here are some strategies that you must follow to increase your chance of getting a job abroad. Prioritise the change you want Some people go abroad to change the industry or work function. You should decide on the change you want and give all efforts towards it. Some...
 Hispanic Jobs - Tue, 01/10/2017 - 05:55

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5 reasons why learning a foreign language is helpful in professional life
As the economy has become global now, knowing a second language is an asset. If you know additional languages like Spanish, French or Mandarin, then you have a huge demand in the job market. Here are the reasons why knowing a foreign language helps. 1. Marketability When writing a resume, you can use your knowledge of a second language in highlighting your resume and making it unique compared to the others. So, your resume has a high chance of being picked up. 2. Distinguishability The job competition...
 Hispanic Jobs - Tue, 01/10/2017 - 05:54

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Top 3 industries that need bilingual employees
In many works, if you have the ability to speak a second language, your demand increases. Jobs that need you to interact with the customers can use your knowledge of another language apart from English. It can bring in extra revenue for the employer. Spanish is a very popular language. People also know French, German and other languages. Here are the industries that have demand for bilingual employees. Healthcare People who come to hospitals can be of different nationalities. So, knowing a second...
 Hispanic Jobs - Tue, 01/10/2017 - 05:54

Thank You for Using Indeed in 2016!
As we kick off the start of another year, we hope you can take a minute to listen to this special message. With your help, we accomplished a lot in 2016. As a token of our appreciation, we put together this video to celebrate what we’ve achieved together. We cannot thank you enough for your continued support and partnership in making Indeed the world’s #1 job site. Want to read more about the year in hiring? Check out our new infographic on the top trends in job search over the past...
 Indeed - Mon, 01/09/2017 - 10:36

The Workweek: A Round-Up of Labor Market Links for the Week Ending 1/6/16
Happy new year, and welcome back to The Workweek, the Indeed Hiring Lab’s round-up of the latest research, news, and perspectives that made us think deeply or differently about the labor market this week. It’s your guide to the most important new insights about work. Here are our picks for this week: Minimum Wages Increase At the start of the year, dozens of states and localities raised their minimum wage, some by a small cost-of-living adjustment and others by larger amounts. Economists continue...
 Indeed - Fri, 01/06/2017 - 11:04

Civil Engineering Central
Civil Engineering Ethics: Leaving Your Employer & Telling Your Clients
A candidate of mine was given a 60 day notice that he will be laid off from his employer, due to financial conditions of the engineering consulting firm. This engineer is well-respected in his community and known as an expert in the city and county he resides. His employer asked him to not tell the firm’s clients or employees in other offices that he is leaving. He leads a small office of this national consulting firm. Assuming this engineer has no employment agreement, does he have an obligation...
 Civil Engineering Central - Tue, 01/03/2017 - 13:30

The Year in Job Search: A Look at the Biggest Trends of 2016
The new year signifies a fresh start for many of us – resolutions to go back to the gym, eat healthier, and find a new job. At Indeed, it’s our mission to help job seekers succeed in accomplishing their resolutions by finding positions that match their job search. With over 200 million unique visitors coming to the site each month, we are constantly monitoring trends to help job seekers and employers find the right fit. In the spirit of the holidays and to help job seekers and employers...
 Indeed - Wed, 12/28/2016 - 13:46

January is the Best Month to Hire a Doctor
Finding and hiring doctors today is a challenging task. Talent is in short supply: Over the next decade, researchers project a shortage of up to 94,000 US physicians. Holding onto doctors once they’re hired is imperative, but in the first three years of physician employment, the aggregate turnover rate is a steep 25%. And employers working to fill open positions often face a lengthy process. One report found the average time to fill for primary care doctors in 2015 was 204 days – more...
 Indeed - Wed, 12/21/2016 - 10:24

The Workweek: A Round-Up of Labor Market Links for the Week Ending 12/16/16
Welcome back to The Workweek, the Indeed Hiring Lab’s round-up of the latest research, news, and perspectives that made us think deeply or differently about the labor market this week. It’s your guide to the most important new insights about work. Here are our picks for this week: College: It’s not just for students anymore During this election cycle there was a strong focus on the areas of the US  “left behind” economically as manufacturing jobs have continued their long-term decline....
 Indeed - Fri, 12/16/2016 - 11:04

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Hello world!
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 Hispanic Jobs - Fri, 12/16/2016 - 08:36

What do Oil Price Increases Mean for Jobs in Oil-producing States?
At the end of November, Opec announced a deal between oil producing nations to help curb global oil production. While this is welcome news that could help support an industry which has been struggling since oil prices collapsed in mid-2014, some skepticism remains about the viability of the agreement. Although where oil prices will be next week or next month is—as always—up for speculation, it appears that for now they hit bottom in early 2016. Since then they have recorded modest gains and,...
 Indeed - Thu, 12/15/2016 - 11:02

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