- Jobs that sort, inventory, or pick products: Warehouse, distribution, catalog
- Administrative support for Police, Fire Fighting, Bankers, Tellers, and record keeping jobs
- Jobs that use driverless vehicles:Trucks; Taxi; Livery; Short or small deliveries; Shuttles
- Jobs that are repetitive: Fast food; Data analysts who copy, record, sort, or audit data
- Jobs that … Continue reading the story "WELCOME TO THE FUTURE!"
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What are the jobs in jeopardy during the next 11 years, to 2030? The first jobs to go are:
There seems to be a major disconnect between what senior managers think is the cause of employees leaving for another company, and the real reason why employees quit. A recent Paycor report identified this disconnect and why employees “fire” their companies. Executives tend to rationalize why employee’s leave for another job is based on their own prior experiences. They view it as a career-building move. While … Continue reading the story "WHY DO WE QUIT OUR JOBS?"
Do you find yourself sleepwalking through multiple meetings that you think are a waste of time? And that time can be better used for more productive efforts? During a consulting assignment for a large healthcare insurance company, unproductive meetings came up by employees in asking their top 5 impediments to performance. The results caused management to look for a way to reduce meetings by 10%. The … Continue reading the story "STOP UNPRODUCTIVE MEETINGS"
Are you being paid fairly? When looking for a higher-level position, how should you answer the compensation question? Your market value has a number of different components to it: Industry norms, supply/demand, past titles,experiences, geography, the company size and practices, and many more. Some companies pay at the mid-point of industry averages while others target the 60thpercentile or above, and some are below the 40thpercentile. So … Continue reading the story "WHAT’S YOUR MARKET VALUE?"
One of the greatest mistakes a candidate can make is to confuse their list of activities or responsibilities for a list of their measurable results. If they get the job based on their activities, they are at risk. Some individuals don’t have the necessary achievements to sustain them in the new job, and then they fall short. That means they have to go back into the … Continue reading the story "CORRECT RESUME MISTAKES!"