Employers are guilty of "degree inflation," requiring lofty academic bona fides for jobs that don't really need them and it is hurting American competitiveness.
Glassdoor's local pay reports for December found that overall, the median base pay in the US showed a 1.1% year over year increase.
Predicting the future is risky business. You never really know if you are going to get it right. While experts may not agree on exactly how work will change in the next decades, there is growing consensus that we find ourselves at the edge of another industrial revolution.