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22 June

We at OJT.com are Certified Data Junkies? If you’ve read any of our previous articles, including this blog on the most in-demand healthcare jobs, you know that we’re huge fans of the Bureau of Labor Statistics and Data USA. Admittedly, we spend an embarrassing number of hours reviewing reports, metrics, and spreadsheets. The science of […]

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15 June

Learning About An Apprenticeship Program Can Change Your Life! Have you recently graduated high school and unsure of what direction to take regarding a future career path? Maybe you are a recent college grad and realizing your degree in Liberal Arts isn’t opening a bunch of job opportunities for you. Or, on the other end […]

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08 June

Traditional manufacturing jobs are rapidly disappearing worldwide. Although, the manufacturing industry as a whole is projected to shrink by 0.5% there are hundreds of thousands of in-demand manufacturing jobs that will need to be filled by 2028. Lower-skilled workers in emerging markets and developing economies are bypassing manufacturing jobs as they shift from agriculture to […]

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05 June

 The average age of the American construction worker is 41.7 years old and the industry, at large, is projected to grow 1.1% over the next 10 years. The majority of the most in-demand construction jobs in America typically only require a high school diploma. The average annual salary of a worker with only a high […]

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03 June

Many Americans are being suffocated by their student loan debt which can be upwards of 2 – 3 times more than what they make in a year. This combined with the fact that there are thousands of in-demand jobs left unfilled ever year and millions unemployed. It’s hard to quantify and embrace the full value […]

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29 May

On-the-job training is an important operational aspect of every business, but structured on-the-job-training is vital to a company’s long-term success.  Today, most contemporary organizations have implemented some level of formal on-the-job training. Some companies launch “lunch & learn” programs where they cater lunch and bring in a speaker or conduct developmental workshops for employees. Other […]

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28 May

What Is On-The-Job-Training? On-the-job-training or OJT is a time-efficient and cost-effective method of training and developing employees, utilizing a company’s internal resources, knowledge, and talent. It is usually the principal method used for upskilling employees, increasing production, and improving efficiency. Deeply rooted within the context of psychologist Albert Bandura’s Social Cognitive Theory, on-the-job-training is an […]

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27 May

Bridging America’s Skilled Labor Gap With On-The-Job-Training Two and a half years ago, I traded in my suit and tie for a hard hat and steel-toed boots. This has proven to be one of the top two best career decisions I’ve ever made. And little did I know, that I was helping to bridge skilled […]

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04 February

Property Management Industry – Growth Projection of 7% The Property Management industry is one of a handful of industries whose growth projections exceed the national average. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) predicts that employment within the property management industry should grow by 7% from 2018 to 2028. The occupations included in this projection are […]

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19 July

What do Accountants in Washington Do? Accounting is a systematic measurement, processing, and communication of financial and non-financial transactions that deal with economic entities. Those economic entities are typically comprised of businesses and corporations. Proper accounting is hugely important for any business to function adequately. It can be done by a bookkeeper or an accountant […]

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