According to a new LinkedIn report, millennials not only switch jobs — they also hop industries.
Nearly three-quarters (70%) of employers use social media to screen candidates before hiring, up significantly from 60% last year.
From rapid and unpredictable change in Washington to new technologies and compliance standards, employers are facing 'unprecedented uncertainty.'
Rapidly-evolving technology and changes in work habits are affecting how happy workers are with their jobs.
Experts say it's time to embrace millennials to fill jobs left open by retirees in the financial services industry.
New research shows what millennials are looking for in a job.
In a video update, NCUA Chief Economist Ralph Monaco also says members will benefit from job growth.
Those seeking a cushy job after college might consider the science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields.
Payments CUSO lays off 53 workers in St. Petersburg, Fla., effective June 30.
The $1.8B Michigan credit union's long time volunteer, J.B. Hoyt, will also retire this year.