About a year ago, a thousand kids were asked what they wanted to be when they grew up.
As with all surveys, this one leaves us with a lot of unanswered questions. Just over half the respondents provided the top ten jobs.
We do not know anything about the income bracket or level of diversity the kids represented.
The gender mix could have been extremely lopsided. We just don’t know.
That said, the responses were still worthy of consideration. Broken down by gender, doctor was at the top of both lists. I looked at a lot of lists from a lot of sources. Though not always #1, it seems there is still a lot of momentum for the healthcare profession. An awful lot of kids want to be doctors when they grow up. Click Here to Read Article …
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Every business owner wants to increase their bottom line, and brick and mortar retail stores are no exception.
The overhead and competition with larger online markets can make it more difficult.
This may be one of the reasons why many businesses are unaware of the fact that those same online solutions can be brought into their location to make business run more efficiently.
These solutions can also help a business reap more profits.
The U.S. Small Business Administration recommends that businesses that have physical retail locations consider using ecommerce solutions to help them run their business. Businesses just need to learn more about the benefits ecommerce has to offer them and just how easy it is to implement and use these systems. Click Here to Read Article …
Freelancers have it easy. They don’t have a boss, they don’t have set hours and they only have to commute if they feel like it. That’s the fantasy anyway.
Images accompanying articles about working as a freelance invariably involve someone in a beautiful setting, quietly contemplating the fruits of their creative genius.
You don’t tend to see them depicted in a state of emotional meltdown with coffee all over their laptop and their latest deadline looming.
The fantasy and the reality can sometimes be quite far apart — and that’s putting it mildly. Click Here to Read Article …
Although some may overlook it, classifying someone as either an employee or a contract worker matters for both businesses owners and employees.
Businesses can face issues with the IRS for improper employee classification, and employees may be getting the short end of the employment stick if they are improperly classified in terms of both pay and benefits.
This infographic, compiled by Wunderland, a creative staffing agency, provides useful information for both business owners and job seekers about the differences between being classified as an independent contractor vs. being classified as an employee.
It also covers what you need to know about job mis-classification along with the risks of improper job classification, and how to protect yourself at work.
Here are some key points to note:
- As an employee, much of the burden of the work falls on the employer, from training to providing you a computer and other resources to assuring your taxes are being paid from your wages.
- A company can try to take advantage of an employee by improperly classifying them as an independent contractor.
- Employers can work with a staffing firm to avoid mis-classification and IRS tax audits.
Check out the full infographic below and let us know your thoughts in the comments!
What do you think? Is it easy to distinguish an employee from a contract worker in your line of work?