A report from Glassdoor ranking the nation’s largest cities for pay and wage growth puts the D.C. region near the top for median pay, but near the bottom for the pace of wage growth.
Working from home in your pajamas is no longer the fantasy it used to be. While most people understand the expectations connected with a traditional in-office job, this shift in how and where Americans work is not without its own unique issues.
“This is not your mom’s job interview, so potential employees should bring their smile, style and moxie and get ready to show recruiters who they are and to have some fun,” the hotel said in a statement.
By 2045 the D.C. region will see an additional 990,000 new jobs. But unless there’s a push to build new housing, the employees coming to fill those jobs will struggle to find a place to live.
CareerBuilder interviewed human resource departments to find the worst of the worst when it comes to resumes. Here’s what not to do.
More hiring managers than ever are recruiting on Facebook which means that if you’re in the market for a dream job, you can “like it” and land it without ever leaving Facebook. Follow these tips to clean up your Facebook page.
A CareerBuilder survey says 70 percent of hiring managers now routinely search social networking sites to research job candidates, and half have found content that caused them not to hire someone.
Employees who have a job offer but accept a counteroffer from their current employer often end up leaving anyways, according to one placement firm.
Looking for a new work-related adventure? These cities have the strongest job markets.
People with artistic aspirations, whether literary, musical or visual, often hope to apply their talents in their professional endeavors. Although it’s difficult to find secure employment writing novels, performing or painting, there are many solid jobs that require creative thinking.
Marijuana testing — a fixture at large American employers for at least 30 years — excludes too many potential workers, experts say, at a time when filling jobs is more challenging than it’s been in nearly two decades.
Cvent Inc., whose software is used by businesses to organize meetings and events, plans to hire more than 1,000 new employees globally, a 35 percent increase in the size of its current workforce, citing customer growth.
As part of its annual survey, CareerBuilder found that arriving late to work is a somewhat common occurrence, though some of the reasons why people are late to work are anything but common.
Clutch, a D.C.-based B2B research firm, said more than 40 percent of the full-time U.S. employers it surveyed say flex time is the most important perk they could receive.
On Saturday, Feb. 3, Six Flags America will hold an open casting call for costume characters, character escorts, ushers and technicians. And it also needs applicants with sewing experience for its costume shop.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.