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25 entry-level jobs that pay well and are projected to grow over the decade

Maskot/Getty Images Some entry-level jobs are projected to see large employment growth over the decade. This includes software developers and different types of nurses. Here are 25 jobs that typically require no related work experience, earn at least the median annual wage, and are projected to grow from 2020 to 2030. See more stories on Insider's business page. 25. Middle school teachers (except special and career/technical education) Ariel Skelley/Getty Images Projected new jobs bet...
Tags: Jobs, US, Careers, Employment, Trends, Markets, Economy, Features, Projection, BLS, Bureau of Labor Statistics BLS, Chris Ryan Getty, Ariel Skelley Getty, Erik Isakson Getty, Madison Hoff, Thomas Barwick Getty


25 entry-level jobs that pay well and are projected to grow over the decade

Maskot/Getty Images Some entry-level jobs are projected to see large employment growth over the decade. This includes software developers and different types of nurses. Here are 25 jobs that typically require no related work experience, earn at least the median annual wage, and are projected to grow from 2020 to 2030. See more stories on Insider's business page. 25. Middle school teachers (except special and career/technical education) Ariel Skelley/Getty Images Projec...
Tags: Jobs, US, Careers, Employment, Trends, Markets, Economy, Features, Projection, BLS, Bureau of Labor Statistics BLS, Chris Ryan Getty, Ariel Skelley Getty, Erik Isakson Getty, Madison Hoff, Thomas Barwick Getty


The 30 companies US business students are most interested in working for

People walk past the Google pavilion at CES 2020 at the Las Vegas Convention Center on January 8, 2020 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Mario Tama/Getty Images Universum surveyed over 50,000 students in the US covering nearly 160 areas of study. The company asked students to name the five employers they are most interested in working for. Below are those with the highest share of business students calling them an ideal employer. See more stories on Insider's business page. 30. Airbnb: 3.73% o...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Florida, New York, Students, Microsoft, Washington, New York City, US, Careers, Trends, Markets, Nike, Tesla, Bank Of America


From edible algae packaging to olive pit bioplastic, here's how 7 startups are fighting plastic pollution

Notpla is also working on algae packaging to replace cardboard boxes, which they're already testing in London with Just Eat. Getty Images It's estimated that by 2040, 1.3 billion tons of plastic will flood the Earth's oceans and land. Among the main culprits in plastic garbage are single-use plastics like bottles and wrappers. Here are seven biodegradable, compostable, and edible packaging solutions companies have designed. See more stories on Insider's business page. Singl...
Tags: Europe, UK, Science, Design, London, Enterprise, Life, Environment, International, Trends, Strategy, Tech, Investing, Markets, Sustainability, Spain


A startup that made 'cow-free' milk and ice-cream will soon launch its own cream cheese

The startup is already seeking regulatory approval in Canada, India, and Europe. Shutterstock Perfect Day, based in California, advocates for animal-free products, free from animal exploitation. They aim to ethically produce milk using a cow's milk gene and reproducing it using a fungus. The firm is already selling ice cream and cheese. At the end of 2021 it plans to sell cream cheese. See more stories on Insider's business page. What if there was an alternative to plant-based mi...
Tags: Energy, Home, Hong Kong, Europe, UK, Design, California, Life, International, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Tech, Markets, Sustainability, Cnn


From edible algae packaging to olive stone bioplastic, here's how 7 startups are fighting plastic pollution

Notpla is also working on algae packaging to replace cardboard boxes, which they're already testing in London with Just Eat. Yuan Yue It's estimated that by 2040, 1.3 billion tons of plastic will flood the Earth's oceans and land. Among the main culprits in plastic garbage are single-use plastics like bottles and wrappers. Here are seven biodegradable, compostable, and edible packaging solutions companies have designed. See more stories on Insider's business page. Single-us...
Tags: Europe, UK, Science, London, Enterprise, Life, International, Trends, Strategy, Investing, Markets, Spain, Catalonia, Earth, United Kingdom, Zaragoza


A startup is making 'real' milk, cheese, and ice-cream without cows

The startup is already seeking regulatory approval in Canada, India, and Europe. Shutterstock Perfect Day, based in California, advocates for dairy-free products, free from animal exploitation. They aim to ethically produce milk using a cow's milk gene and reproducing it using a fungus. The firm is already selling ice cream and cheese. At the end of 2021 it plans to sell cream cheese. See more stories on Insider's business page. What if there was an alternative to plant-based mil...
Tags: Hong Kong, Europe, UK, California, Life, International, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Markets, Cnn, Nordic, Pandya, Tech Insider, Canada India, Good Food Institute


Jeff Bezos believes multibillion-dollar failures are actually a good thing: 'If the size of your failures isn't growing, you're not going to be inventing at a size that can actually move the needle'

Alex Wong/Getty Images As Amazon's CEO, Jeff Bezos said he made big bets that sometimes ended as, "multibillion-dollar failures." This view lines up with Bezos' approach to life: Failure is better than never having tried at all. Bezos will step down as Amazon's CEO on Monday, July 5. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. What's the point in making billions if you can't make a multibillion-dollar mistake every now and again?According to Amazon CEO Jeff...
Tags: Amazon, Echo, Business, Finance, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Risk, Markets, Retail, Jeff Bezos, Fire Phone, Failures, Amazon Echo, Amazon Web Services, Alexa


A collection of rare wines up to 100 years old is expected to sell at auction for $10 million

877 bottles of vintage champagne dating back from 1911 to 1943 are being auctioned off by Acker wine auction house CNBC reported. Andreas Prott/Shutterstock 877 bottles of wine dating back from 1911 to 1943 are being auctioned off this week. CNBC reported that the collection of vintage wines are expected to sell for $10 million In 2020, champagne sales declined 18% due to restrictions on indoor dining at bars and restaurants. See more stories on Insider's business page. If you have ...
Tags: Life, Trends, Markets, Auction, Wine, Champagne, Vintage, Cnbc, Acker, Moet Chandon, Aleeya Mayo, Andreas Prott Shutterstock, John Kapon, Krug Bollinger Louis Roederer Pol Roger, Kapon


I ate like Warren Buffett for a week - and it was miserable

Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett Rick Wilking/Reuters I ate like Warren Buffett for a week. Buffett does not eat very healthy. My body felt terrible by the end of the week. See more stories on Insider's business page. Warren Buffett is one of the most successful investors in history.He also has a really weird diet.Buffett's diet of sugary soda, junk food, and limited vegetables has reached legendary status.The Berkshire Hathaway CEO drinks about five cans of Coca-Cola products...
Tags: Google, Elon Musk, Hbo, New York, Coca Cola, Obamacare, Colorado, NYC, Opinion, Jay Z, Life, New York City, Trends, Markets, Bloomberg, Turkey


Coty drops 19% as quarterly revenue misses Wall Street expectations

gilaxia/Getty Images Coty stock fell as much as 19% on Tuesday after reporting second-quarter earnings. Second-quarter revenue of $1.42 billion missed Wall Street's estimate of $1.43 billion. Adjusted earnings of $0.17 per share were better than analysts had expected. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Coty dropped by as much as 19% on Tuesday after quarterly revenue fell shy of Wall Street's targets as the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic hurt sales of makeup.The beauty pro...
Tags: Makeup, US, Trends, Markets, Beauty, Burberry, Earnings, Stocks, Kylie Jenner, Coty, Cosmetics, Rimmel, Carla Mozee, Kylie Skin, COVID, Earnings 2020


How billionaires stay rich amid skyrocketing rates of 'wealth erosion'

The number of one-time billionaires who dropped out of the three comma club was 10 times higher in 2019 than in 2010. Rana Faure / Getty Images Billionaire who stay rich tend to all do one important thing with their fortunes according to a new report —diversify it. The number of one-time billionaires who dropped out of the three comma club was 10 times higher in 2019 than in 2010. Not all classes of assets are equally beneficial to people looking to stabilize their net worths.   Visit Busi...
Tags: Careers, America, Trends, Markets, Billionaires, Pwc, Ubs, Juul, Billionaire, Chang, Arts & Culture, Net Worth, UBS Global Wealth Management, James Monsees, Adam Bowen, Jin Sook


One chart shows which jobs got walloped or bounced back since the pandemic first hit the US

Low-wage industries are typically seeing a slower recovery than high-wage industries. Alexi Rosenfeld/Getty Images The US economy seems to be in a "K-shaped" recovery, where recovery is unequal among earners and job sectors. For instance, US Chamber of Commerce President Suzanne Clark, wrote in a post that financial services has mainly recovered, while the leisure industry has only brought back about 74% of its employees. Business Insider decided to look at job losses, or gains, from Febru...
Tags: Jobs, Brown University, US, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Recession, Markets, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Job losses, Business Insider, Yahoo Finance, US Chamber of Commerce, Dion Rabouin, John Friedman, Suzanne Clark


Starbucks Opens a New York Micro-Cafe Without Menu Boards

Starbucks Corp.’s newest store type is so small it leaves little room for customers. The location opening Tuesday in New York’s Penn Plaza has just 300 square feet (28 square meters) for customers — a fraction of a traditional Starbucks dining area and roughly the size of a generous living room. It lacks features like […]
Tags: Business, New York, Technology, News, Life, Markets, World, Nation, Retail, Starbucks, Starbucks Corp, Nation & World, Penn Plaza


Palermo Flea Market

By Sharon Sanders Our first full day in Palermo started with great time at the Sunday flea market. Mercatino Antiquario di Piazza Marina runs weekly from 7 a.m. to midday. Dozens of vendors surround the lovely gated park and nearby streets. Just a five-minute stroll from our apartment in the Kalsa District, Walter and I […]
Tags: Travel, Lifestyle, Markets, Culture, Palermo, Sicily, Miscellany, Palermo Flea Market, Sharon Sanders, Mercatino Antiquario di Piazza Marina, Kalsa District Walter


Nintendo returns to VR with $40 headset 

A quarter-century after its disastrous first foray into virtual reality, Nintendo Co. has returned to the technology with an affordable headset that has potential for bigger things.
Tags: Business, Technology, News, Life, Markets, World, Retail, Nintendo, Nintendo Co, Nation & World


Could you live on your retirement savings for 23 years?

Precision isn’t always possible when it comes to retirement planning. That doesn’t mean you have to wing it and hope your savings don’t expire before you do. Looking at the income, living expenses and life spans of today’s retirees can help you make the right financial moves so your golden years aren’t tarnished by an […]
Tags: Business, News, Lifestyle, Markets, Economy, Nation


Why sex behind the Iron Curtain was better for women

A new book by Kristen Ghodsee argues that women had much better sex in communist Eastern Europe than in the West.She attributes this to steps those states took to empower women and their resulting economic independence. While rebuilding the Iron Curtain isn't called for, the author suggests we can learn ways to empower women from these communist regimes.Think of every image of communist Eastern Europe you've ever seen and every establishing shot of it ever put to film. You're probably thinking o...
Tags: Security, Sex, Germany, Russia, Women, America, Markets, Capitalism, Innovation, Community, Ussr, Eastern Europe, Marx, East Germany, West Germany, Czechoslovakia


Christmas Markets & Events in Berlin 2017

Gendarmenmarkt, photo: Michael Setzpfandt Although this year it may feel like the Christmas Markets season came exceptionally early, with still no traces of snow and surprisingly mild temperatures, the festive frenzy is upon us – and we’re excited for all the Glühwein, Plätzchen and proper christmas shopping! In this year’s guide, we’re reacquianting you with some places from last year and presenting others that are happening for the very first time. When it comes to christmas events, Berlin’...
Tags: Fashion, Germany, Berlin, Christmas, Markets, Market, Kreuzberg, Potsdam, Berlin Kreuzberg, Kraftwerk Berlin, Glühwein, Klunkerkranich, Markthalle Neun, Bassin, Berlin Mitte, Berlin Neukölln


Grilling for the Fourth? Burger costs reach 3-year low

While wholesale prices have fluctuated this year, ground beef at the grocery store remains near the cheapest since 2014. 
Tags: News, Lifestyle, Markets, Nation, Food & Drink, Agriculture, Nation & World


A traditional holiday shopping guide to Montréal

If you’re doing your holiday gift shopping in Montréal, you’ve certainly got plenty of options, from Sainte-Catherine Street brand-name shops to the local creativity of artisanal craft fairs. But if you’re specifically looking for that “holiday spirit” or “Christmas-y feeling” or “winter wonderland” in uniquely-Montréal retail form, read on. In its second year, outdoor market Le Grand Marché de Noël de Montréal turns its charm factor way up with  a massive, illuminated Christmas tree on the Plac...
Tags: Travel, Art, Outdoors, Family, Fashion, Winter, Shopping, Markets, Museum, Canada, Museums, Exhibitions, Montreal, Quebec, Shops, Special Events


Free things to do in Montréal this summer

One of the best things about Montréal in summer is how easy it is to happen upon free concerts by major music stars, see a high-wire circus act in a park, find games for kids in a downtown square or fireworks shows in the night sky. Festival freedom in June Montréal’s many festivals almost always have a free component. First: we’ve made both a 2016 summer festival guide and a guide to summer music festivals to help navigate all that’s going on. Second: Here’s a look at some of the free stuff. J...
Tags: Travel, Outdoors, Family, Fashion, Music, Activities, Summer, Markets, Cinema, Sierra Leone, Attractions, Festivals, Circus, Jazz, Montreal, Shakespeare


Montréal neighbourhood guide: Little Burgundy

Little Burgundy (formerly the town of Sainte-Cunégonde), which is bordered by the neighbourhoods of Griffintown, Pointe-Saint-Charles and Saint-Henri, is a neighbourhood in the former industrial and working-class Sud-Ouest borough that has been experiencing a major transformation of late. Popular bars and trendy boutiques now share sidewalk space with old antique stores along Notre-Dame Street. A superb concert hall and happening bars have also become part the scenery. A guide that takes you to ...
Tags: Travel, Outdoors, Fashion, Activities, Markets, World, Montreal, Shops, Parks, Walks, Anthony Bourdain, El Gordo, Canadian Pacific Railway, Oscar Peterson, Sammy Davis Jr, Old Montreal


Finding Beauty in Simple Things

Bowl of Bright Red Glass Lighting Ornaments, Kensington Market, Toronto Tagged: Beauty, Cityscape, Inspiration, Markets, Photography, Toronto, Vintage
Tags: Photography, Inspiration, Toronto, Markets, Beauty, Vintage, Cityscape, Ontario, Art / Photography



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