Do you have the brains for technical problem solving and mathematic systems? For most people the answer is no, but for the few gadget gurus out there, the answer is yes and the opportunities are endless. Here are 4 great careers ideal for tech-savvy minds. Computer systems analyst Called the most underrated job two… Continue reading 4 career opportunities in the tech industry
Fewer and fewer workers are making expensive and time-consuming commutes to their daily office jobs. Instead, they’re convincing their bosses to allow them to work from home, or finding ways to make money from home on their own. Here are a few ways you can ditch the suits or heels and start making money on… Continue reading 6 ways people are making money from home in 2013
We’ve all been there, for one reason or another. Some of us are graduating from college and want to put our degrees to good use. Others are parents going back to work after the children start school. Still others are trying to find work because of lay-offs, for whatever reason. Applying for jobs can be… Continue reading 5 sites to learn everything about a job before starting
In 2011, the boom of startups following in the footsteps of an economy showing signs of recovery filled the pages of craigslist looking for talent. While other sectors were still struggling with unemployment, the tech startup world was competing for top people. Now, with the economy looking even better (despite bad gas prices) and tech-related… Continue reading Where the startup jobs are hiding: in plain sight
Today’s advancements in technology have made automation a part of our daily lives. Many of the tasks that were once performed by humans are now done by computers and in some cases, robots. As the trend continues, will we see humans replaced in many job functions by robots? That’s the question that our friends at… Continue reading 7 jobs that robots could probably do better (and cheaper)
When it comes to renewable energy, solar is often considered the easiest to acquire. The sun is a source of so much energy and the potential to collect it is almost limitless. There are both financial and logistical challenges surrounding solar, but in tough economic times any industry that has been proven to create jobs… Continue reading 3/4 of US states do not have solar incentives
Many who have graduated from college and headed towards to the promised land of Silicon Valley in the last few years have dreamed of innovations, lifestyle improvements, and potentially even a little fame. It has become the Hollywood of technology where people go to make their fortunes. Are they? This breakdown by Focus looks at… Continue reading The skinny on Silicon Valley salaries
There may never be a better time for Steve Jobs to step away from Apple. Then again, there may never be a good time for him to step away. Rarely is one individually so acutely connected to the success or failure of an organization as much as Jobs has been over the decades. How will… Continue reading Is Apple University the solution to the eventual departure of Steve Jobs?
It’s hard to beat Wall Street predictions repeatedly, but Apple continues to be underestimated by experts despite showing no signs of letting up, slowing down, or even considering stopping. They sold nearly 3 million more iPhones than expected and their quarterly EPS beat forecasts by a whopping 33%. Most were impressed by beating forecasts by… Continue reading Apple is officially unstoppable, earnings show. Steve can safely go if he’d like.
Steve Jobs, Mark Zuckerberg, and Eric Schmidt walk into a bar. The bartender says, “Hey, I’m Barack Obama.” Not funny? That’s because it wasn’t really a joke. The setting will likely not be a bar, but the four leaders of arguably the most influential entities in the world will be meeting on Thursday with other… Continue reading Obama to Meet with Jobs, Zuckerberg, and Schmidt: Will the World Tilt on Thursday?