75% of American employees plan to leave their jobs within five years. Although frowned upon in the past, job-hopping is the new normal. If employers don’t find a way to retain employees, they waste significant resources training new ones.
Ever since cloud computing became popular as a better way of processing, managing, and storing data, companies worldwide using it have noticed an improvement. According to cloud computing statistics, it has the most measurable effect on business and the market is expected to grow from $209.2 to $246.8 in total revenue in 2020. That’s an astonishing 18% revenue growth.
So, if you’re a recent college graduate or a student who is about to go out into the real world, chances are your college diploma, impeccable CV, and impressive portfolio might not be enough to get you a job offer. After all, most companies put a lot of weight on the importance of applied learning and internship experiences.
All of the world’s countries are struggling to fight off the pandemic. And while most health systems seem to be able to handle the influx of patients, one country appears to have been hit the hardest.
It has become a huge health craze thanks to legalizing hemp-derived CBD oil in some states in the US. Conservative estimates put the value of the CBD industry at $45 billion by 2024.
Numerous benefits of exercising are well-known. Every year, a plan to incorporate more exercise into a daily routine makes it to the top of most people’s list of New Year’s resolutions. But why does something as good as exercising need to be a resolution? Why aren’t we simply exercising more, in general, when we know that it can positively impact our health? Why are there almost half of the adults under the age of 65 who are not physically active in the US? A whopping 80% of people who make these resolutions seem to give them all up after only five months.