Category Archives: Employment News

Starting Salary for 2013 College Grads

A new report is out saying that salaries have actually increased for 2013 grads vs those who left school in 2012.  Up over 2% in fact! The NACE now says starting salaries are up to $45,237 per year.  Continue Reading

Who Are The Highest Paid Actresses

So, want to be an actress?  Well, good luck, and get in line.  The average starting salary for an actress is a mere $28 per hour, sure, more than Starbucks, but not exactly raking it in at under $60,000 per year (plus, remember that most actresses do not even come close to working full timeContinue Reading

Where the Wealthiest People In America Live

    The Atlantic has an article out today showcasing where the wealthiest people in America live.  It’d be fun to say it’s not where you think…but…well…it’s exactly where you think.  Manhattan’s Upper West or East Side, Greenwich Village in New York, a wealthy part of Maryland where people commute to D.C. and Los Angeles.  Go figure. Here’s theContinue Reading

What is the Speaker of the House’s Salary?

The Speaker of the House of the United States Senate makes $223,500 (2011 salary).  Congressional pay information is now readily available thanks to the Freedom of Information Act. John Boehner, as the elected leader of the majority republican party, is the speaker of the house in 2011.  His website can be found here, at speaker.gov   DidContinue Reading

2010 Graduates in Jobs That Don’t Require BAs

For 2010 College graduates, employment opportunities were bleak.  While better than 2008, graduates with BAs increasingly found openings only in fields that their AA, and even high school diploma candidates could have landed. While there are a few high paying jobs that don’t require a college degree, most of these graduates aren’t landing those…they’re landingContinue Reading

Starting Salary for 2010 Graduates

It’s tough out there folks!  2010 graduates faced a tough entry level job market.  Every time you turn on the news, you hear something more depressing about the economy.  But, fear not, many 2010 graduates are getting high paying jobs.  Here are the top earnings numbers for bachelors degrees as reports by CNBC As canContinue Reading

What are the World’s Largest Investment Banks- 2011

Data pulled from the Financial Times Increasing fees means increased business and more employment needs.  Ready to to earn that I-Banking Starting Salary? Here are the top 5 Biggest I-Banks, including their percentage growth in the first 3 quarters of 2011 (numbers in $M) JP Morgan (14% increase) $4,199.74 Bank of America/Merrill Lynch (15% increase)Continue Reading

In Memory of Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs was an icon, an innovator, an entrepreneur, and a visionary.  His products have changed for the better the day to day lives of HUNDREDS of millions of people.  Very few people in history can say that. Edison.  Guttenberg.  Bell. I’ll put Jobs in that list any day of the week. I’m writing thisContinue Reading

Category Archives: Employment News

Starting Salary for 2013 College Grads

A new report is out saying that salaries have actually increased for 2013 grads vs those who left school in 2012.  Up over 2% in fact! The NACE now says starting salaries are up to $45,237 per year.  Continue Reading

Who Are The Highest Paid Actresses

So, want to be an actress?  Well, good luck, and get in line.  The average starting salary for an actress is a mere $28 per hour, sure, more than Starbucks, but not exactly raking it in at under $60,000 per year (plus, remember that most actresses do not even come close to working full timeContinue Reading

Where the Wealthiest People In America Live

    The Atlantic has an article out today showcasing where the wealthiest people in America live.  It’d be fun to say it’s not where you think…but…well…it’s exactly where you think.  Manhattan’s Upper West or East Side, Greenwich Village in New York, a wealthy part of Maryland where people commute to D.C. and Los Angeles.  Go figure. Here’s theContinue Reading

What is the Speaker of the House’s Salary?

The Speaker of the House of the United States Senate makes $223,500 (2011 salary).  Congressional pay information is now readily available thanks to the Freedom of Information Act. John Boehner, as the elected leader of the majority republican party, is the speaker of the house in 2011.  His website can be found here, at speaker.gov   DidContinue Reading

2010 Graduates in Jobs That Don’t Require BAs

For 2010 College graduates, employment opportunities were bleak.  While better than 2008, graduates with BAs increasingly found openings only in fields that their AA, and even high school diploma candidates could have landed. While there are a few high paying jobs that don’t require a college degree, most of these graduates aren’t landing those…they’re landingContinue Reading

Starting Salary for 2010 Graduates

It’s tough out there folks!  2010 graduates faced a tough entry level job market.  Every time you turn on the news, you hear something more depressing about the economy.  But, fear not, many 2010 graduates are getting high paying jobs.  Here are the top earnings numbers for bachelors degrees as reports by CNBC As canContinue Reading

What are the World’s Largest Investment Banks- 2011

Data pulled from the Financial Times Increasing fees means increased business and more employment needs.  Ready to to earn that I-Banking Starting Salary? Here are the top 5 Biggest I-Banks, including their percentage growth in the first 3 quarters of 2011 (numbers in $M) JP Morgan (14% increase) $4,199.74 Bank of America/Merrill Lynch (15% increase)Continue Reading

In Memory of Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs was an icon, an innovator, an entrepreneur, and a visionary.  His products have changed for the better the day to day lives of HUNDREDS of millions of people.  Very few people in history can say that. Edison.  Guttenberg.  Bell. I’ll put Jobs in that list any day of the week. I’m writing thisContinue Reading