Source: This article was Published cmswire.com By Kaya Ismail - Contributed by Member: Linda Manly

Following LinkedIn’s launched back in 2002, the platform became known as the place to be for recruiters and job seekers alike. It was (and still is), the place to house your digital resume for the world to see. Today, however, LinkedIn has flourished into a full-fledged social network for professionals from all walks of life. It’s a place to find jobs, headhunt, network, and share industry knowledge. As of January 2018, LinkedIn had over 250 million active users, of which 40 percent use the social media platform on a daily basis. But more interestingly, LinkedIn has proven to be ideal for finding new B2B leads, with B2B marketers stating that 80 percent of their leads have come from LinkedIn.

Renee Smith, the technical marketer at Los Angeles-based Salted Stone, couldn’t recommend LinkedIn enough when we asked her about B2B marketing. “LinkedIn is built for B2B marketers. [LinkedIn is] comprised entirely of professionals aligning themselves directly with their business,” she said.

What is LinkedIn Advanced Search?

LinkedIn advanced search is a faceted search feature that can help you narrow down your search criteria in a number of different ways. You can search for people or companies, filter your results by industry, past companies, connection degrees, schools, regions, occupations, and more.

In this article, we’ll show how to use LinkedIn advanced search to find new B2B leads. To demonstrate, I’ll be targeting New York-based CEOs in the IT industry.  

1. Access LinkedIn Advanced Search

To get started with LinkedIn Advanced Search, simply click on the LinkedIn search bar.

Now, choose from either “People,” “Jobs” or “Posts.” If you’re hunting for B2B leads, you’ll want to click “People”. You’ll then be presented with a new navigation bar with additional options. From this interface, you can filter your search by location, connections, and current company.

However, clicking the “All Filters” button will send you into LinkedIn Advanced Search mode, with even more options.

2. Apply the Relevant Filters

You should now be looking at all the filters LinkedIn Advanced Search has to offer.

Because I’m looking for CEOs in New York working in the IT industry, I can start by filling in the fields like so:

  • “Title” field with “CEO”
  • “Location” field with “New York”
  • “Industry” field with “Information Technology and Services” (Note, industries are already configured, you just need to check the right box).

Once all the relevant filters have been selected, you can then click on “Apply.”  

3. Review Search Results

You will now be shown a search results page showing you all the LinkedIn members who match your search criteria. As you can see, I’ve found a long list of LinkedIn users who are New York-based, CEOs and working in the IT industry.

Exactly how you approach each lead is your call. You could send them a message or connect with them before engaging via direct messages or by commenting on their content.

Engage Prospective Leads, Don't Pitch Them

LinkedIn’s advanced search function is a truly underestimated tool for marketing and sales professionals. But to get the most out of each connection you make, Monica Wolyniec, marketing, and communications manager at New York City-based Boomset, Inc. recommended taking a softer approach to LinkedIn leads. “Don't connect [just] to pitch. Engage, connect, and converse in order to add value to your prospect's pain points,” she advised.

Create and Share Industry Content

Dhaval Doshi, the founder, and director of Mumbai, India-based Smarthome NX, concurred. He urged marketers and professionals to leverage content marketing on LinkedIn in order to woo B2B leads. “Document your journey as a professional or entrepreneur and publish as many videos [or articles] as possible to build authority.

Categorized in How to

Google has updated its guidelines for publishing job openings that have been marked up with job posting structured data. Failure to adhere to these guidelines could result in a manual action.

Here is an overview of the new guidelines site owners will need to comply with when using job posting structured data.

  • Site owners will be required to remove a job posting when it is no longer available. This could involve either removing the entire posting, adding a noindex tag, or removing the job posting structured data.
  • Job posting structured data must only be used on individual job postings. It cannot be used on pages that display lists of all available job openings.
  • All information included in the job posting structured data must also be visible to users on the job description page.

Google emphasizes that these guidelines are being put in place to ensure an optimal job seeking experience for Google Search users.

Source: This article was published on searchenginejournal.com By Matt Southern

Categorized in Search Engine

Are you an information junkie?

We just found three gigs that could be perfect for digital natives who know how to find the answer to any question online.

These flexible online research jobs let you work from home. They could be a fit whether you want to make a full-time income or just a little extra money around classes or taking care of kids.

They’re also a fun, interesting way to make extra money while you learn about an array of new topics!

1. Wonder Researcher

Wonder helps customers save time by providing research and resources to answer a variety of questions.

The company is recruiting freelance researchers to work from home and complete customer requests. You’ll set your own schedule, choose which and how many research requests you complete, and get paid per request.

Wonder says “top researchers can earn up to $20-$30 per hour.”

We know from former researcher and TPH staff writer Jamie Cattanach that typical pay is $13 and up per request. The time it takes to complete the research is up to you, but could mean you make around $13 an hour.

“You have to complete a research project gratis to qualify, and that’s about a two-hour time investment,” Cattanach points out. But overall, “It’s not bad. And if you’re genuinely interested in learning, it’s awesome.”

To apply: Start your application here. You’ll fill out your basic info and why you want to be a researcher. Then you’ll complete a trial research assignment.

2. Research Analyst With Animalz

Content marketing startup Animalz is looking for a “highly analytical and organized” research analyst to join its 18-person team.

Animalz writes about the tech world for software companies and entrepreneurs. Your job would be researching and compiling the information for these articles.

You’d also copy edit and check articles for SEO before they go to the customer.

The company is looking for someone comfortable with online research who can “find compelling and significant arguments and data” to conceive and support articles. You should be a skilled editor, but also able to “wear many different hats” to work with the startup team.

To apply: Email your resume, cover letter and work sample to this address.

3. Expert With JustAnswer

Through JustAnswer, you can offer your services as an expert in one or more of over 175 categories, like health, legal, pets and one called “homework.” You can apply in as many categories as you want, and required credentials vary by category.

Once accepted, you can set your own hours and work as much or little as you want.

Users will post a question and choose what they’re willing to pay. If your answer is accepted, you’ll receive 20%-50% commission via PayPal, according to The Work at Home Woman.

To apply: Choose your categories here, and submit your application and credentials. You should receive a response within 5-10 business days if you’re in the U.S. or Canada, but it could take up to 20 days if you live anywhere else.

Source: This article was published thepennyhoarder.com By DANA SITAR

Categorized in Work from Home

Google’s new job search tool Google for Jobs has gone live for some users in the US, as reported by Android Police.

Google first announced the new employment focused initiative at Google I/O 2017, which is designed to help people find the right job through Google’s Search service.

As Android Police notes, a number of vacancies from a few job listing sites have gone live, but Google has not revealed if Google for Jobs is still being tested or if the tool is currently rolling out.

Google is partnering with LinkedIn, Monster and Glassdoor among others for the new tool.

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Categorized in Search Engine

Facebook is hiring 3,000 workers over the next year -- but this is no ordinary job.

The company is adding an army of new content reviewers to its Community Operations Team as part of an effort to combat an uptick in gruesome live and pre-recorded videos users are posting on its site.

Videos of murders, suicides and other awful things are popping up with alarming frequency on the popular social platform, and Facebook’s content moderators are apparently having trouble keeping up with the flagged reports.

Last month, a video of a murder remained on the site for nearly two hours before it was taken down.

In response, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced plans to hire more moderators to “review the millions of reports we get every week and improve the process for doing it quickly.”

“If we're going to build a safe community, we need to respond quickly. We're working to make these videos easier to report so we can take the right action sooner -- whether that's responding quickly when someone needs help or taking a post down,” he said.  

Nabbing a Job as a Facebook Content Moderator

Facebook’s Community Operations Team has been around a while, but there are virtually no concrete details about these new reviewer positions.

It’s also not clear whether these will be in-house positions or through third-party contractors.

One thing is certain -- this job isn’t for the faint of heart.

It will expose you to all manner of abusive, violent and gory content.

Before you apply, know that social media content moderation jobs have a high incidence of burnout, PTSD and long-term psychological trauma.

In fact, the positions are so challenging that two members of Microsoft’s Online Safety Team who worked in content moderation are suing the company for damages. They say the job has caused them permanent psychological trauma, including social anxiety, insomnia, depression, dissociation and hallucinations.

So why on earth would anyone want to do this job?

Ellen S., Vice President of Global Developer Support and Operations at Facebook, says, “The people that make up Community Operations care about our community and take pride in being Facebook’s first line of support.”

Jobs like this often appeal to people who want to make a difference in the world.

If you’ve got a passion for making online communities safer, a thick skin and a psychiatrist on speed dial, keep your eyes open for new positions at Facebook’s Online Operations career page.

While you’re waiting for jobs to open up, learn more about what Facebook’s hiring managers look for in a candidate.

Your Turn: Could you handle being a Facebook content reviewer?

Lisa McGreevy is a staff writer at The Penny Hoarder. She’s grateful for the content moderators who make online communities a little safer for us all.

Source: This article was thepennyhoarder.com

Categorized in Social

It’s no exaggeration to say that a large portion of the working class would absolutely love to work from home. No traffic, no meaningless water cooler chat, no extraneous distractions to deal with. Sounds like a dream come true.

But is there really money to be made working in your pajamas? You bet. You just have to get in the right industry, and you’ll find you can create a steady cash flow regardless of whether or not you got dressed in the morning. Some of the best paying jobs that allow you to work from home are:

1. Clinical Regulatory Affairs Director

As a regulatory affairs director, you’ll be tasked with planning, preparing, and submitting products that have been clinically tested and approved to the national and international markets. Working from home, you’ll document the trial process, as well as create the marketing documentation to accompany the product being sent for approval. Snaring a position as a work from home affairs director will also snare you a lofty $150K a year.

2. Supervisory Attorney

Not all lawyers spend their days in court. Many people with law degrees who are also members of the Bar opt to simply act as advisers to those in need of legal assistance. These attorneys may focus their efforts on other aspects of the law rather than criminal cases, such as tax or real estate law. By making themselves available through telecommunications, they can reach a far wider clientele than if they were to practice locally. You’d still need to be a member of the Bar in the state in which you plan to practice, though. Going this route would earn you around $117K per year.

3. Senior Medical Writer

Like many technical writing gigs, senior medical writers can work remotely as they review medical information and translate it into various medical documents. They also may be tasked with reviewing and editing documentation created by peers and supervisors, proofreading for typographical and factual errors. Attention to detail is an absolute must when dealing with medical writing, and you also must have a medical or science degree to your name to be considered for the job. If you’re qualified, you can end up making $110K a year as a senior medical writer.

4. Environmental Engineer

Environmental engineers aren’t necessarily homebound, but most of their paperwork can be done from anywhere they please. These engineers design and assess pollution reduction and prevention approaches and plans, and analyze the best course of action for municipalities to take. As mentioned, they will often have to work in the field while conducting research and collecting data, but they’ll be able to take the information home with them to study and report on from the comfort of their own living room. Like medical writers, environmental engineers’ salaries fall around the $110K mark.

5. Director of Quality Improvement

Regardless of the industry, all companies strive to be the best they can be. A quality improvement director works to design and develop best practices related to systems administration and data architecture. If that’s too much jargon for one sentence, basically these employees analyze what a company is doing well, and what it could improve upon, and reports back to the managers and CEO. Quality improvement directors are natural leaders who have knowledge of on-going trends regarding quality, safety, and reliability within the industry. Working remotely on quality improvement could net you $100K a year.

6. Senior Software Engineer

It shouldn’t be a surprise that computer programmers can work from their home computer. Software engineers develop and design software, maintain oversight of programs, manage development teams, and troubleshoot issues colleagues face throughout the process. Collaborating online may actually be more effective for software engineers, as they won’t have to leave their work stations to discuss progress, and can continue to work on their projects seamlessly. A talented software engineer can bring home around $100K for his contributions to a company.

7. Director of Business Development

As a director of business development, you’d be tasked with managing large sales territories and maintaining steady revenue, while simultaneously researching ways in which to increase your business reach and income. You also would collaborate with directors in other territories and develop programs in order to increase coherency throughout different areas. Directors of business development will often have to travel and make in-person sales pitches, but a majority of their work can be done remotely. Working as a director can earn you around $100K or more, depending on your success.

 

8. Research Biologist

One advantage of working from home as a biologist is you’ll never be pressured into saving a beached whale. All kidding aside, research biologists usually specialize in a specific area of biology, such as microbiology or wildlife studies. They conduct research and analyze test results, then report back to their company regarding their findings. Like environmental engineers, research biologists will sometimes have to go into the field to conduct research, but can do the rest of the work from anywhere they feel comfortable. Although not as hefty as some of the other salaries on this list, research biologists can earn around $93K a year working mostly from home.

Source: This article was published on lifehack.org by - Matt Duczeminsk

Categorized in Work from Home

Top apps to help you find a job

If you are looking for a job, looking to advance or looking to make a career change, the job hunt can be a grueling process. Thankfully, job search technology has made the process a little less painful by putting thousands of employers and thousands of prospective employees in contact with each other. From informal networking to sending your resume out to thousands of employers to look at, here are some apps to help you find your dream job.

CityHour: The CityHour app helps users get the inside-scoop on a career or industry by allowing users to arrange face-to-face meetings with other professionals around commonalities. The app syncs with you LinkedIn profile to locate contacts in and out of your current network that are open to scheduling in-person meetings. Users can find new professionals through the search engine, connect to anyone within 50 miles looking for a meeting in the next two hours and to select an agreeable meeting place. Users also can receive meeting invites and request meetings with others based on availability. Cost: Free to download to iOS. Find it: www.cityhour.com.

Indeed Job Search: One of the largest job search engines, the Indeed Job Search app offers free access to millions of jobs from thousands of company websites and job boards. Users can find openings in cities near you, view new jobs added since your last search, search by job title or company or location and search full-time, part-time, contract, freelance and internship jobs. Users also can apply to a select jobs with the Indeed Resume and create a resume. Cost: Free to download to iOS and Android. Find it: www.indeed.com/mobile.

Photo -  The JobCompass app helps plot out job possibilities on a map. [photo provided]

JobCompass: The JobCompass app not only helps you search for jobs, you can also plot out the possibilities on a map. Users can search for jobs as close as one mile, search through millions of jobs and find jobs that are located near you in more than 55 countries. Cost: Free to download to iOS and Android. Find it: www.jobcompass.net.

Rake: The Rake app helps users keep track of all the jobs they have applied for. The app allows users to save job postings from job boards and users can save jobs from other job sites and company career sites. Once you have saved a job, the app will help you prepare your job materials and then will keep track of where you are in each job application process. Cost: Free to download to iOS. Find it: http://apple.co/2k6EISU.

Featured App

GeoPickle: The GeoPickle app is a gelocation-based, photo-sharing social network that allows users to go on a time-lapse treasure hunt. Using crowdsourced timelapses on a public map, users are then lead to the locations to add their own photos. Users plant seed pics on the map and anyone else can “pickle” them. Once you've selected a seed, you find the angle (with the help a transparent overlay) and then upload your photo to the app. Cost: Free to download to iOS and Android. Find it: For iOS, http://apple.co/2jWwcEh. For Android, http://bit.ly/2kyfU3d.

Author : Oklahoman

Source : http://newsok.com/article/5536530

Categorized in Work from Home

Job hunting has changed a lot in recent years. Thanks to mobile apps available across a variety of smart devices, you can take your job search on the go, and apply to positions any time, anywhere.

If you're looking to make a career change in the new year, here are 15 free apps to help you find your dream job.

1. CityHour

If you're just getting started in or want to move up in your field, many career experts recommend setting up informal meetings with industry professionals to learn more about their career experiences. Eliminate the awkward "ask" phase with CityHour, an app that syncs with your LinkedIn profile to find contacts who are already open to scheduling in-person meetings. You can quickly connect and schedule a meeting with anyone in a 50-mile (80 kilometers) radius, and once you've selected a meeting place, the information is automatically synced with your phone's calendar.

2. Indeed Job Search

At a glance, Indeed appears to be a rather straightforward job-search app. Just like the full website, the iPhone app lets you search for jobs and filter the results based on your industry, location, desired salary and more. The Indeed app aggregates listings from thousands of sources, including other online job boards, company career pages and newspaper classifieds. Users can set up email alerts to be notified when new jobs appear in a specific category. When you find a job you like, save it so you can apply later, or attach your résumé to your account so you can apply in-app.

3.Jobaware

The highest-rated iOS job-search app, Jobaware allows you to sync all your job-search activity on the web and on the app, as well as integrate with LinkedIn. You can track your search progress, compare jobs in different cities, check specific companies for jobs and view salary information. The app also connects you with a variety of learning resources to aid in your job search.

4. JobCompass

When you're considering a new job opening, proximity is key. Accepting a position that's far from home could mean you'll have to move or endure a long commute. The JobCompass website and app focuses on finding you jobs that are nearby. While most job boards allow you to filter search results based on your ZIP code, the JobCompass app uses your smartphone's GPS to show you where the job is in relation to you or another specified location. If you're thinking about moving to a new area, search for jobs in more than 55 countries to see what's out there. And when you find a job you like, email it yourself or apply directly within the app.

5. Jobs by CareerBuilder

With the CareerBuilder app, you can search for jobs by industry, location or company. You don't even need a CareerBuilder account to use the app: Simply upload your résumé from your smart device or Dropbox account, and start your search. You can track and view your job-search history, save jobs for later, and even view your competition with average stats on other applicants' education levels and years of experience. CareerBuilder will also recommend jobs and alert you when your application has been received and viewed.

6. LinkedIn Job Search

LinkedIn is easily one of the most popular professional networking tools out there, but it isn't just about selling yourself with a flattering personal profile. Just like on the LinkedIn website, LinkedIn Job Search lets you search for open positions in your industry and sort them by date posted, salary and other criteria. When you find something you like, you can apply directly in-app with your LinkedIn profile. The app will also recommend jobs based on your profile and past search criteria, and notify you when a relevant job goes live in your area.

7. LinkUp Job Search Engine

When you're searching for positions on open job boards, you run the risk of applying to a fake or scam job. LinkUp pulls listings directly from company websites, so the jobs you find through the app are always current and legitimate. Like many other job-hunting apps, this one lets you save listings you like, revisit your search history and receive alerts for relevant jobs.

8. Monster

The Monster app is a mobile companion to one of the biggest online job boards. Like competing apps, it lets you search for new openings and filter your results based on your needs and preferences. Sign in to your Monster account to access your uploaded résumés, cover letters and previously submitted job applications. You can also sign up to be notified when new positions are listed.

9. Rake

If you've ever had trouble keeping track of when and where you've applied to jobs, this app might be your answer. Reignger Inc.'s Rake, aims to simplify the process by streamlining all your search activity in one place. You can save jobs from any job board or career site to the app, prepare applications (complete with to-do lists and notes), and track your jobs by setting follow-up reminders. In addition to mobile browsing, Rake also allows you to save jobs from the desktop website or via email.

10. Reach

With the Reach app by Big Rock Labs, finding local professionals and events in your industry has never been easier. Once you're logged in through your LinkedIn account or email address, you can search for nearby users with your phone's GPS sensor, or for users who have checked in to specific nearby locations. If you find someone you want to connect with, "Reach Out" by sending a request. If the person accepts, contact information for the two of you is exchanged and you can start a productive conversation. You can also discover trending events near you and register to attend in-app.

11. Simply Hired

Like Indeed Job Search, the Simply Hired app is an aggregation tool that scrapes job listings from a big variety of sources, including other job boards and company websites. The app also lets you set up email alerts for new listings based on your search criteria. By subscribing to a particular job category on both Simply Hired and Indeed.com, you can minimize the chances of missing a new opportunity in your field. Save jobs you like so you can apply later, or apply in-app if you already uploaded your résumé.

12. Snagajob

Snagajob is a great app if you're looking for hourly work in the restaurant, retail or customer-service industries. It lets you narrow your search results by type, location and other criteria, and an integrated map shows you the exact location of each job. When you find an opening you want, save it for later or apply in the app. You can also sign up for email alerts to be notified when a new position opens up.

13. Switch

When you work in the tech industry, switching jobs can be a real hassle, especially if the wrong person at your current company finds out. Keep the heat down with Switch, an anonymous job-search app that lets employed tech professionals quietly search for new positions. The interface, which resembles dating app Tinder, allows you to "swipe" right on positions you're interested in. Hiring managers will see only your professional profile — not your name or contact information — and if they like what they see, you'll instantly be connected so you can chat further about the opening.

14. Wirkn

Looking for local gigs? Wirkn can help you find retail, restaurant, hospitality and customer service opportunities near you, for any experience level. With its simple job discovery platform and video resume creation tools, Wirkn helps you find and apply to great opportunities right in your own backyard. Earlier this year, Wirkn partnered with popular chat platform Kik to offer a chatbot that acts as a personal job concierge. The Wirkn Jobs bot will either search for jobs for you based on your criteria, or ask you a series of personality quiz questions to find job opportunities tailored to your interests.

15. ZipRecruiter Job Search

ZipRecruiter Job Search streamlines the process by aggregating listings from more than 100 different job boards including Monster, Career Builder and Simply Hired. The app lets you upload your résumé so you can easily apply for jobs on the go. ZipRecruiter gives you the ability to bookmark jobs using the mobile app, then apply later once you're on your home computer. You can also set custom alerts so you'll be notified as soon as new jobs are posted.

Author: Nicole Fallon Taylor
Source: http://www.businessnewsdaily.com/5992-best-job-search-apps.html

Categorized in Science & Tech

The billionaire head of China's biggest e-commerce retailer met with President-elect Donald Trump on Monday to promote his site by dangling the possibility of a million new U.S. jobs.

Jack Ma met Trump in New York and the two talked U.S.-China trade and specifically small business. Ma promoted Alibaba as a platform through which U.S. small businesses could sell products to consumers in China and Southeast Asia.

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By doing that, up to a million new jobs could be created at a million small businesses, Alibaba said. Alibaba didn't commit to hiring new staff in the U.S. itself.

"We mainly talked about small business, and young people and selling American agricultural products to China," said Ma.

He said he envisaged most of the jobs being created in the U.S. Midwest agricultural sector, and also mentioned garments, fruits, and wines as possible goods that could be successfully sold to Chinese consumers.

"Jack and I are going to do some great things," Trump said to reporters after the meeting without commenting further.

Alibaba operates a hugely successful e-commerce site in China and has been expanding overseas to compete directly with Amazon through AliExpress. But it hasn't all been smooth sailing for the company.

At the end of 2016, its Taobao marketplace, a consumer-to-consumer site much like eBay, was placed on the U.S. Trade Representative's list of "notorious markets." These are online and offline market places that enable "substantial copyright piracy and trademark counterfeiting."

Taobao had been on the list previously but was taken off four years ago. Its return prompted the company to question whether the decision was based on the election of Trump and what was viewed as his anti-China trade stance.

In recent weeks, Alibaba has announced a crackdown on counterfeit goods on its online marketplaces, including filing lawsuits against Taobao sellers.

Author : Martyn Williams

Source : http://www.infoworld.com/article/3156009/government/alibaba-could-generate-1-million-new-us-jobs-ma-tells-trump.html

Categorized in News & Politics

"New year, new job" is a popular saying for a reason.

About one-fifth (22%) of the 3,411 employees recently surveyed by CareerBuilder said their top resolution for this year is to leave their current job and find a new one.

If you're one of these people, you may want to check out openings at H&R Block, Amazon, or Deloitte.

Those three companies are doing some of the heaviest hiring right now for jobs that pay more than $50,000 a year, according Indeed.

The job search engine compiled a list of big US companies currently trying to fill the most full-time jobs that pay over $50,000.The salary data is a combination of company and user input.

Here are the ten big-name companies with the largest number of job openings right now for high-paying jobs:

10. Oracle

10. Oracle

Job openings (for positions paying over $50,000 a year): 1,153

Oracle is a California-based tech company that offers a comprehensive and fully integrated stack of cloud applications, platform services, and engineered systems.

9. Leidos

9. Leidos

Job openings (for positions paying over $50,000 a year): 1,181

The Reston, Virginia-based defense company provides scientific, engineering, systems integration, and technical services and employs about 33,000 people.

8. IBM

8. IBM

Job openings (for positions paying over $50,000 a year): 1,221

International Business Machines Corporation is based in Armonk, New York, and was founded in 1911. 

7. Lockheed Martin

7. Lockheed Martin

Job openings (for positions paying over $50,000 a year): 1,248

The Bethesda, Maryland-based global security and aerospace company employs about 125,000 people worldwide.

6. PNC Bank

6. PNC Bank

Job openings (for positions paying over $50,000 a year): 1,255

PNC has been around since the mid-1800s. With over 50,000 employees, the bank is headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

5. Booz Allen Hamilton

5. Booz Allen Hamilton

Job openings (for positions paying over $50,000 a year): 1,334

Booz Allen Hamilton is a provider of management consulting, technology, and engineering services to the US government in defense, intelligence, and civil markets.

4. JPMorgan Chase

4. JPMorgan Chase

Job openings (for positions paying over $50,000 a year): 1,690

JPMorgan Chase is a global financial services firm and one of the largest banks in the US, with over 240,000 employees in more than 60 countries.

3. Deloitte

3. Deloitte

Job openings (for positions paying over $50,000 a year): 2,217

Deloitte is a multinational professional services firm with a total global workforce of 244,400. It was founded in London in 1845.

2. Amazon

2. Amazon

Job openings (for positions paying over $50,000 a year): 3,115

Amazon is a Seattle-based e-commerce and cloud computing company. It's the largest online retailer in the US.

1. H&R Block

1. H&R Block

Job openings (for positions paying over $50,000 a year): 5,758The Kansas City-based tax preparation company employs 80,000 tax professionals nationwide. 

Author: Rachel Gillett
Source: http://www.businessinsider.com/companies-hiring-high-paying-jobs-2017-1/#10-oracle-1

 

Categorized in News & Politics
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