Summary Sunday: Best Career Visuals of the Week

Some of this week’s best visuals highlight information important to your career and job search! 

Best Career Visuals of the Week

I’m re-sharing these visuals to drive home some important points about LinkedIn, skills needed in the future workforce and trends on independent workers and Baby Boomers in the workforce. You’ll also find the full article or report to review for yourself!

LINKEDIN

How To Create A Real All-Star LinkedIn Profile [INFOGRAPHIC]

by Melonie Dodaro, Top Dog Media on YouTern

There’s so much you can do with your LinkedIn profile to attract employers! Clearly, this profile is for a business owner. However, you have just as much to market. Adapt some of Melonie’s ideas and follow these tips.

LinkedIn profile Melonie Dodaro 2018

Image by: Melonie Dodaro, Top Dog Social Media

WORKFORCE

Skill, Re-skill and Re-skill Again. How to Keep Up with the Future of Work

by Stephane Kasriel, CEO, Upwork | World Economic Forum

Don’t be afraid of robots taking your job. Instead, be on the lookout for new skills and trends that will help you prepare for the 2020 workforce (and beyond).

This quote from the article explains why re-skilling is important.

The days of working for 40 years at one job and retiring with a good pension are gone. Now the average time in a single job is 4.2 years, according to the US. Bureau of Labor Statistics. What’s more, 35% of the skills that workers need — regardless of industry — will have changed by 2020.

WEC 2017 Future of Jobs Report

Also from the WEF report is this quote… I hope this opens some eyes!

WEF 2017 Workforce

MBO Partners State of Independence In America 2018

by MBO Partners

Do you have a side hustle or are you thinking about one? MBO’s report provides more data on freelancing, independent contracting and other forms of independent work.

MBO 2018 side hustle

Boomer Bulge Still Impacts Labor Force

by Kim Blanton of Squared Away blog by Center for Retirement Research A Boston College

Marc Miller of Career Pivot shared this on social media and I had to reshare it! The infographic and research is from Georgetown University’s Center for Retirement Initiatives.

Georgetown 2018 Working Adults

Have a great week and remember… drive your job search!

Drive Your Job search

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