The transportation sector offers easy job interviews

Jobs By 22 June, 2021 No Comments

Among the companies with the easiest interviews are Walmart, Netflix and McDonald’s. Taking the lead as the job sector with the easiest interviews is transportation with an average difficulty rating of 2.48 out of a possible 5. According to reviews, the companies in this sector with the easiest interviews include CSX with an average difficulty rating of 2.90, FedEx (average rating of 2.50) and Old Dominion Freight Line (average difficulty score of 2.20).

With the pandemic mobility has changed

Living By 13 June, 2021 No Comments

Accordung to a study by the Automation Innovation Lab people want to maintain the new mobility habits acquired during the pandemic. 55% have incorporated the habit of walking and 40% have increased the use of bicycles, as these are healthy mobility options. Many people are considering starting a new, more balanced way of living, fostered by working remotely. 38% of Europeans are thinking of moving from the city centre to suburban or rural areas. New countryside people.

Spain is health efficient

Jobs By 30 May, 2021 No Comments

In 2020, healthcare systems around the world were heavily tested, with governments increasing their spending to provide the best services possible. As we enter 2021, many of us will be conscious about our health. Lenstore’s research reveals which countries are spending the most on their healthcare per capita but one question remains – how much does your government care about you?

For graduates it is a hard time to find a job.

Jobs By 15 May, 2021 No Comments

Graduates are facing a dearth of opportunities in the labour market, as jobs aimed at university leavers have plunged by almost a quarter compared to pre-pandemic levels, while paid internships have declined by 41%1. England’s universities are due to reopen for face-to-face learning next week, but final year students entering the home straight of their courses are set to graduate into a decidedly chilly jobs market. An analysis of vacancies aimed at new graduates on Indeed shows postings are down almost a quarter (24%) compared to this time in 2019, and 13% down on 2020. Meanwhile, postings for paid internship roles have fallen by 41% compared to 2019, and remain 35% down on last year.

Legal jobs are well paid in the North

Jobs By 11 May, 2021 No Comments

The European country with the fifth highest average salary for Paralegal is Germany, at €57,337. The European country fifth from the bottom for the average yearly salary is Portugal, with a yearly average salary of 26,842 euros. Fourth from the bottom is the Czech Republic (€22,643) and third from the bottom is Poland (€19,572). The second-lowest paid country for Paralegal jobs is Romania, with an average yearly salary of €12,369, whilst the lowest paid country for Paralegal jobs is Russia, at only €7,984 as an average yearly salary.

Germany is getting crazy.

Europe bad and good By 5 May, 2021 1 Comment

by Dr. Stefanie Claudia Müller

The situation right now in Germany with the pandemic lockdown is getting to its limits. The launch of an satire art project by a dozen of actors has raised a lot of polemic. We talk to the author of a book that claims to show how to be successful, at ease and active even in Covid-19 times. Roland Winterstein lives parttime in Mallorca and has published “Vollgas, Leben!”. A good slogan in a hard time.