A world-class athlete will tell you that, when they think of big moments, they visualize winning. Whether it’s inching out the competition for a Gold Medal, or sinking the game-winning shot with one second left on the clock, successful athletes don’t have times for “what ifs” in their outcomes. 547 more words
Study Highlights Top Occupations Gaining and Losing Jobs in High-, Middle- and Low-Wage Categories
CHICAGO, Aug., 2016 /PRNewswire/ According to CareerBuilder and Emsi Research, high-wage and low-wage occupations are each projected to grow 5 percent from 2016 to 2021, but middle-wage jobs are only estimated to grow 3 percent. 591 more words
Source: Wolf Street, by Wolf Richter
For individuals, it has barely improved since the Great Recession.
If you have a salary well into the six figures, stock options, nearly free healthcare, and other benefits such as access to free gourmet lunches and dinners at the company’s food court, you might have missed something that a lot of folks feel every day: It’s still a very tough battle out there in this job market. 429 more words