If you're looking to launch (or change) your career in the Bay State, you may want to consider the Life Sciences vertical. Biotech in Massachusetts is booming, even beating out California as the country's leading Life Sciences hub.
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You've just interviewed for your dream job, and you're confident about the outcome. Not only do you feel you've presented well in person but, on paper, you're a perfect fit.
Just when we thought we had a handle on the millennial talent pool, an entirely new generation hits the workforce with new strengths, skills, and expectations. The latest generation poised to enter our hiring collective consciousness? Generation Z.
Congress has recently introduced legislation in hopes of overhauling the H-1B Visa process, shining a light on the long-standing program and creating a major disconnect between U.S. employers and U.S. employees. Tech companies are on one side of the H-1B discussion, insisting there's a real and significant shortage of technical talent. However, on the flip side, many American programmers and developers maintain that H-1B visa workers are stealing their jobs. Naturally, one might wonder, can both arguments be true at the same time?
After years of working in recruiting and staffing, I recently began to explore the world of Learning and Development (L&D). Quite frankly, I love the career shift of my new chosen field. It's been an eye-opening experience seeing the passion of L&D professionals as well as their dedication to their craft as they certify and educate themselves to educate others.