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Jobs in these 10 industries will grow most in demand in 2022, from 'behavioral health' to cybersecurity

Knowing who's hiring may help save you a lot of time and effort.panida wijitpanya/Getty Images If you're looking for a job in 2022, it's worth knowing which roles will have the most vacancies. AI, cybersecurity, and renewable energy will be some of the biggest recruiting industries. If you want to find work in 2022, it's important to know which jobs will be most in demand.  Whether you're entering the job market for the first time, or you're looking to make a career ch...
Tags: UK, Ipo, US, International, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Linkedin, Bloomberg, Nordic, BI International, Tech Insider, UiPath, BI General Contributors, Strategy Contributors, Tech Contributors


5 books published in 2021 that MIT says to read if you in order to better understand the world

The list includes essays on investment, remote working, artificial intelligence, and vaccines.Getty Images/Margarita Shchipkova The books cover topics like investing, artificial intelligence, vaccines, and new ways of working. They've been written by experts in their field, like economist Daron Acemoglu. They provide an insight into what has changed in recent years and what the future may hold. MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) has compiled a small list of the top books publishe...
Tags: UK, Finance, International, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Investing, Mit, Healthcare, Nordic, MIT Media Lab, MIT Massachusetts Institute of Technology, BI International, Daron Acemoglu, Kate Darling, Tech Insider


An HR expert says these are the 4 best responses if an interviewer asks, 'Why should we hire you?'

The key is to use concrete examples that show you love working in the industry.Peter Cade/Getty Images It can be hard to explain to a recruiter why they should hire you. HR expert Liz Ryan gave Forbes four ways you can offer a compelling answer to this question. Avoid being arrogant and use concrete examples that show your skills and dedication. Often, one of the simplest questions in an interview can be the hardest to answer.For example, many struggle to answer the question "why should we hi...
Tags: UK, International, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Forbes, Nordic, Don, Ryan, Liz Ryan, Interview Advice, BI General Contributors, Strategy Contributors, Business Insider España, International Contributors, Peter Cade Getty


Why you should never disclose your salary to a recruiter, according to an expert headhunter

You shouldn't feel pressured into answering.d3sign/Getty Images Being asked about your current salary in a job interview can be very off-putting. Nick Corcodilos, a Silicon Valley headhunter, said you shouldn't reveal this information. A job coach advised countering with a question about the salary range that’s being offered. There are plenty of awkward questions that can come up in an interview. Why should we hire you? What's your biggest weakness? Where do you see yourself in fi...
Tags: UK, International, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Silicon Valley, Nordic, Don, Nick Corcodilos, Corcodilos, BI International, Business Insider Deutschland, BI General Contributors, Strategy Contributors, International Contributors, Qayyah Moynihan


A Nobel Prize winner's simple technique for learning anything quickly and effectively

Feynman believed it was easier to learn and retain information when it was simpler.Hinterhaus Productions/Getty Images The Feynman technique can be used to learn anything. It was devised by the Nobel laureate Richard Feynman. The idea is that when you can teach something in the simplest way possible, you will master it. The physicist Richard Feynman believed that simplicity was the key to learning.Feynman worked on the Manhattan Project when he was only 20 years old.He went on to win the Nobe...
Tags: UK, Education, International, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Feynman, Manhattan Project, Richard Feynman, Nordic, Don, BI International, Julian Schwinger, BI General Contributors, Strategy Contributors, Business Insider España


There are 6 golden rules to get rich whatever your salary, according to a millionaire

In his book, Geldrichtig, Müller explains that anyone can be a millionaire if they learn to think like a rich person.Gary John Norman/Getty Images Part of becoming a millionaire and achieving financial freedom involves having the right mentality. Millionaire and best-selling author Phillip J. Müller said the key is conscious consumption. You have to stop thinking that rich people are like the ones on TV and to start saving. The only thing holding you back from being a millionaire is your own ...
Tags: UK, Finance, International, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Netflix, Financial Planning, Nordic, Don, Müller, BI International, BI General Contributors, Strategy Contributors, Business Insider España, International Contributors


The 7 keys to become a successful influencer in 2022, according to an influencer agent

At a certain number of followers, you need to start taking it more seriously.Monica Schipper/Getty Images for boohoo If you want to become an influencer, it can be intimidating to see the amount of competition around. An influencer agent has written a book that offers tips on how you can do it. He's worked with over 5,000 content creators across YouTube, Instagram, and TikTok. Becoming an influencer can be a truly fruitful career path. But there's extreme competition and it can be dif...
Tags: UK, Instagram, International, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Nordic, Barreda, Arlo, YouTube Instagram, BI International, Monica Schipper Getty, BI General Contributors, Strategy Contributors, Business Insider España, International Contributors


Your 'good work ethic' may be making it harder for you to get a promotion at work

The key is to give frequent updates to your managers about your progress.Maskot/Getty Images Working hard isn't always enough to get a promotion or a pay raise. Employers expect this from every employee regardless. To stand out, you need to know how to communicate your achievements to others. To get a raise or a promotion, you usually have to do more than just what's in your job description.Writer Kate Lister explained that this is something everyone is forced to realize at some point...
Tags: UK, International, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Bbc, Nordic, Don, Kate Lister, BI International, Jeff Shannon, BI General Contributors, Strategy Contributors, Business Insider España, International Contributors, Qayyah Moynihan


Steve Jobs had 3 golden rules to make meetings truly effective

Meetings often end up being unproductive when there are too many people present.Justin Sullivan/Getty Images Meetings can be useful, but many are just a waste of time and resources. Steve Jobs devised three ways to make his meetings more efficient. Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, and Sheryl Sandberg have all adopted Jobs' method. Meetings can be a good way of getting a project moving or coming up with creative ideas. However, they're often not done in an effective way and can waste a lot of ti...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Spacex, UK, Steve Jobs, White House, International, Careers, Barack Obama, Trends, Strategy, Tesla, Jeff Bezos, Fast Company, Short, Huffington Post


Openness to experiences is a key trait that sets 'gifted people' apart from others

At a young age, gifted people often suffer from "asynchronous development."MoMo Productions/Getty Images Gifted people have a greater interest in new experiences and keeping an open mind. Being more open-minded helps gifted people to draw on their experiences. A study suggested it helps boost creativity, lateral thinking, and processing complex situations. There are many different types of intelligence that could set someone apart as "gifted."Whether it's an advanced numerical ability, th...
Tags: UK, Education, International, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Nordic, BI International, University of Wisconsin Stevens Point, BI General Contributors, Strategy Contributors, Business Insider España, International Contributors, Qayyah Moynihan, Careers Contributors, Translation Team


A 10-year-old girl already owns 2 companies, and could retire at 15 as a multimillionaire

Pixie already has another business.pixiespix.com Pixie Curtis may become the youngest person in the world to retire. She's the creator of Pixie's Fidgets, a toy company, and Pixie's Bows, a hair accessory company. Pixie’s Fidgets made over $140,000 in its first month, according to news.com.au. Despite still being in elementary school, an Australian girl is on her way to retiring as a millionaire at the tender age of 15.10-year-old Pixie Curtis set up a toy company that's alrea...
Tags: UK, Life, International, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Retail, Nordic, Pixie, BI International, BI General Contributors, Strategy Contributors, Business Insider España, International Contributors, Retail Contributors, Qayyah Moynihan


4 of the world's top athletes revealed how they stay mentally healthy despite stress

The expectation to perform is huge.Gregory Bull/AP Images Professional athletes are under such pressure to perform, it can create a lot of stress. Many of them, however, have found hacks for managing stress. Athletes including Simone Biles and Lewis Hamilton revealed the methods they use. The pressure on professional athletes is immense. Whether racing at 200mph or scoring a last-second field goal that could ultimately decide a game, the expectation to perform is huge. This adds up to an extr...
Tags: UK, Life, US, Sports, International, NFL, Trends, Strategy, Lewis Hamilton, Tokyo, Julius Thomas, Hamilton, Players Tribune, Hannover, Nordic, Kahn


A 10-year-old girl who owns 2 companies may be on track to retire at 15 as a multimillionaire

Pixie already has another business.pixiespix.com Pixie Curtis may become the youngest person in the world to retire. She's the creator of Pixie's Fidgets, a toy company, and Pixie's Bows, a hair accessory company. Pixie’s Fidgets made over $140,000 in its first month, according to news.com.au. Despite still being in elementary school, an Australian girl is on her way to retiring as a millionaire at the tender age of 15.10-year-old Pixie Curtis set up a toy company that's alrea...
Tags: UK, Life, International, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Retail, Nordic, Pixie, BI International, BI General Contributors, Strategy Contributors, Business Insider España, International Contributors, Retail Contributors, Qayyah Moynihan


Bill Gates says shaking up routine is the key to preventing burnout at work

Setting yourself challenges can work wonders when trying to avoid burnout at work.Leon Neal/Getty Images Burnout syndrome is recognized by the WHO, and symptoms can be caused by workplace stress. Bill Gates was confident from a young age that he wouldn't suffer from it. Here are the warning signs of burnout and tips to avoid it from happening. Staff in any profession are at risk of suffering from problems like fatigue, stress, depression, and anxiety.Symptoms like these can be caused by ...
Tags: UK, Nbc, Microsoft, International, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Bill Gates, University Of California Berkeley, Gates, Nordic, BI International, Tech Insider, Malte Mueller Getty, Leon Neal Getty, Christina Maslach


An engineer dreamed of being Porsche's first female CEO, but built a period product startup with her dad

"Bruno has never played the father card — nor I the daughter card."Nayca.de Carina Hader studied aerospace engineering and dreamed of becoming CEO of Porsche. Due to a personal problem, all this changed and she decided to start her own business. She founded Nayca, which makes a heating pad that helps with period pain, with her father Bruno. At some point in life, Carina Heidi Hader's main aspiration was to be the first woman to become CEO of Porsche. "That was my goal for a very long tim...
Tags: UK, International, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Porsche, Innovation, Douglas, Nordic, Bruno, BI International, Hader, Tech Insider, Business Insider Deutschland, Tina Müller, BI General Contributors


5 books published in 2021 that MIT says you must read if you want to understand the world better

The list includes essays on investment, remote working, artificial intelligence, and vaccines.Getty Images/Margarita Shchipkova The books cover topics like investing, artificial intelligence, vaccines, and new ways of working. They've been written by experts in their field, like economist Daron Acemoglu. They provide an insight into what has changed in recent years and what the future may hold. MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) has compiled a small list of the top books publishe...
Tags: UK, Finance, International, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Investing, Mit, Healthcare, Nordic, MIT Media Lab, MIT Massachusetts Institute of Technology, BI International, Daron Acemoglu, Kate Darling, Tech Insider


The 7 keys to nailing an interview for an internship, according to recruitment experts

Search for the company's dress code so you can dress appropriately.Getty Images/sturti One key to successfully nailing an internship application is to study the company inside out. Another is to pay close attention to what you're wearing when you interview for the role. Always be prepared to speak about the things that aren't on your resume. Your first stint of work experience is extremely important.It may lead to a full-time role and it can offer you an idea of what daily life is...
Tags: UK, International, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Linkedin, Nordic, Blanco, Don, ICT, Bax, CPO, BI International, BI General Contributors, Strategy Contributors, Business Insider España


HR expert Liz Ryan has 4 tricks to nail your response when asked, 'Why should we hire you?'

The key is to use concrete examples that show you love working in the industry.Peter Cade/Getty Images It can be hard to explain to a recruiter why they should hire you. HR expert Liz Ryan gave Forbes four ways you can offer a compelling answer to this question. Avoid being arrogant and use concrete examples that show your skills and dedication. Often, one of the simplest questions in an interview can be the hardest to answer.For example, many struggle to answer the question "why should we hi...
Tags: UK, International, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Forbes, Nordic, Don, Ryan, Liz Ryan, Interview Advice, BI General Contributors, Strategy Contributors, Business Insider España, International Contributors, Peter Cade Getty


A Nobel Prize winner has a simple technique for learning anything quickly and effectively

The idea is to make things simple enough for anyone to understand.Hill Street Studio/Getty Images The Feynman technique can be used to learn anything. It was devised by the Nobel laureate Richard Feynman. The idea is that when you can teach something in the simplest way possible, you will master it. The physicist Richard Feynman believed that simplicity was the key to learning.Feynman worked on the Manhattan Project when he was only 20 years old.He went on to win the Nobel Prize in 1965 for h...
Tags: UK, Education, International, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Feynman, Manhattan Project, Richard Feynman, Nordic, Don, BI International, Julian Schwinger, BI General Contributors, Strategy Contributors, Business Insider España


A job coach who raised her salary by $194,000 revealed the 7 rules she followed

Negotiate by phone, never by email.Getty Images/Moyo Images There are two straightforward ways to bump your salary. You can ask for a raise. Alternatively, you can negotiate a salary when you move to a new company. Mandi Woodruff-Santos, a finance and job coach, gives her tips. Your salary is a marker of your value to a company, and it's perfectly reasonable to believe that you deserve more if you're performing well.There are two ways to get a bigger paycheck — either ask for a raise ...
Tags: UK, International, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Financial Planning, Nordic, Don, BI International, BI General Contributors, Strategy Contributors, Business Insider España, International Contributors, Qayyah Moynihan, Careers Contributors, Translation Team


Being impatient may actually be holding your career back, but a psychologist has a way to stop it

Everyone has moments when they just can't keep their cool any longer.Malte Mueller Life is full of annoyances, but some find it harder to cope with them than others. Unchecked, impatience can develop into anger issues, and can ultimately harm your health. Psychologist Sarah Schnitker explained to CNN how you can really manage feelings of impatience. Life is full of annoyances, and some people struggle more than others to be patient. It's important to note that impatience can turn into...
Tags: UK, Life, International, Trends, Strategy, Cnn, Baylor University, Nordic, BI International, Schnitker, BI General Contributors, Strategy Contributors, Business Insider España, International Contributors, Qayyah Moynihan, Life Contributors


Bill Gates uses a dish-washing trick before bed, and it could help you improve your productivity

Bill Gates uses a simple trick to clear his mind.Ludovic Marin/AFP via Getty Images Getting good sleep is key to ensuring you start the following day feeling positive and productive. If you struggle to fall asleep at night, Bill Gates may have the solution for you. The Microsoft founder's routine is based on two simple habits — washing the dishes and reading. Giving your body the rest it needs so you can feel your best the next day is one of the most important things you can do to improve...
Tags: UK, Microsoft, Life, International, Trends, Strategy, Bill Gates, Gates, Nordic, Afp, Seattle Times, Reddit AMA, BI International, LUDOVIC MARIN, BI General Contributors, Strategy Contributors


Why it's key to know what you'd change at a company, according to a recruiter at Booking.com

The person responsible for interviewing you wants to know if you're truly interested in the company.Shannon Fagan/Getty Images The answers a candidate gives to certain questions can make or break an interview. Mireia Prieto is the head of Booking.com for Southwest Europe, Middle East, and Africa. She revealed the question she considers most important in any interview. Finding the perfect candidate is no easy task, especially if two candidates are particularly well suited to a role.Often, ...
Tags: UK, France, Africa, International, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Spain, Nordic, Prieto, BI International, Derby Hotels Collection, BI General Contributors, Strategy Contributors, Business Insider España, International Contributors


The top 5 countries to live in if you're a freelancer

Singapore ranked as the best place to freelance in 2021, with a score of 7.35/10.Charlie Kwan/Getty Images Tide carried out a survey of 30 countries to find the best country to be a freelancer. Singapore ranked first, with the report noting the strong and fairly inexpensive internet there. The US ranked outside the top 10. Becoming a freelancer gives you the freedom to choose when and where you work. However, you might not always be able to find steady work. Depending on what you do and what ...
Tags: Travel, Google, UK, Australia, Singapore, US, International, Careers, Trends, Strategy, World Bank, Nordic, Singapore Singapore, Spain Spain, New Zealand New Zealand, Denmark Denmark


How to nail your cover letter's opening, according to a career advice site's CEO

First impressions count.Getty Images/Luis Alvarez Your cover letter can determine whether you're offered an interview or not. Many, however, find it difficult to write a compelling one. Ian Siegel, CEO of ZipRecruiter, told CNBC how to stand out in the first line of your cover letter. Cover letters can be time-consuming and, often, are one of the more frustrating steps in a job application.That said, writing a good one can be the difference between being offered an interview or missing ou...
Tags: UK, US, International, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Cnbc, Nordic, SIEGEL, BI International, ZipRecruiter, Ian Siegel, Business Insider Deutschland, Luis Alvarez, ResumeLab, BI General Contributors


There are 2 main fears that hold people back from career progression, according to an entrepreneur

There are ways to turn your fears into motivation.valentinrussanov/Getty Images Fear is natural. It often just means you're stepping out of your comfort zone. If you let it to get the better of you, though, it can stop you getting ahead — in and out of work. The founder of a professional development program, Raul Villacis, gave his tips to beat two fears. Fear is a natural way of telling you that you're leaving your comfort zone and you should pay more attention to what you're doi...
Tags: UK, International, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Nordic, BI International, BI General Contributors, Strategy Contributors, Business Insider España, International Contributors, Qayyah Moynihan, Careers Contributors, Translation Team, Nathan Rennolds, Daniel Cáceres Nathan Rennolds


How ignoring your LinkedIn connections may be costing you your dream job

Don't worry about "cold messaging" strangers — you're on a job-focused social network.SOPA Images / Getty Images Talking with former staff at a company can be very useful if you're looking for a new role. Former staff can offer simple and useful insights into a company's values and culture. LinkedIn is one of the widely used platforms for finding jobs and offering its users access to the hidden job market. If you're job hunting and finding yourself spending many an hour sc...
Tags: UK, International, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Linkedin, Reddit, Nordic, Don, Tech Insider, LinkedIn Premium, BI General Contributors, Strategy Contributors, Business Insider España, Qayyah Moynihan, Careers Contributors


An HR boss revealed why candidates must be able to explain what they'd change in a company

The person responsible for interviewing you wants to know if you're truly interested in the company.Shannon Fagan/Getty Images The answers a candidate gives to certain questions can make or break an interview. Mireia Prieto is the head of Booking.com for Southwest Europe, Middle East, and Africa. She revealed the question she considers most important in any interview. Finding the perfect candidate is no easy task, especially if two candidates are particularly well suited to a role.Often, ...
Tags: UK, France, Africa, International, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Spain, Nordic, Prieto, BI International, Derby Hotels Collection, BI General Contributors, Strategy Contributors, Business Insider España, International Contributors


How to turn the 2 fears that most often lead to failure into strengths, according to a successful entrepreneur

There are ways to turn your fears into motivation.PeopleImages/Getty Images Fear is natural. It often just means you're stepping out of your comfort zone. If you let it to get the better of you, though, it can stop you getting ahead — in and out of work. The founder of a professional development program, Raul Villacis, gave his tips to beat two fears. Fear is a natural way of telling you that you're leaving your comfort zone and you should pay more attention to what you're doing.I...
Tags: UK, International, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Nordic, BI International, BI General Contributors, Strategy Contributors, Business Insider España, International Contributors, Qayyah Moynihan, Careers Contributors, Translation Team, Nathan Rennolds, Daniel Cáceres Nathan Rennolds


The best 5 countries to live in if you're a freelancer

Singapore ranked as the best place to freelance in 2021, with a score of 7.35/10.Charlie Kwan/Getty Images Tide carried out a survey of 30 countries to find the best country to be a freelancer. Singapore ranked first, with the report noting the strong and fairly inexpensive internet there. The US ranked outside the top 10. Becoming a freelancer gives you the freedom to choose when and where you work. However, you might not always be able to find steady work. Depending on what you do and what ...
Tags: Travel, Google, UK, Australia, Singapore, US, International, Careers, Trends, Strategy, World Bank, Nordic, Singapore Singapore, Spain Spain, New Zealand New Zealand, Denmark Denmark



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