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Need to Find Employment? Best Second Careers for Mid-Career Workers

May 8, 2013

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Tweet Once you have been laid off, looking for another job in your 40s or 50s can be challenging to say the least. You may feel as if opportunities may be limited for someone of your experience and skill set. However, there may be other chances for you to get a new job. You may […]

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Need Help Finding a Job? Look at the States with the Highest Job Growth

April 29, 2013

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Tweet In these tough economic times, it helps to have as much information as possible while looking for a new job. Job searching is not the same in all areas of the country – some states are enjoying a more rapid recovery from the recession than other states. Knowing which states are having higher job […]

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Where to Search for Jobs in Healthcare

April 15, 2013

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Tweet In this economy, it can be difficult to find a job. However, if you are in the healthcare field, you may have some good options. The healthcare field is growing across the country, but there are some cities that you may have more success looking for work. These four cities are some of the […]

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Best Cities Where to Search for Jobs in IT

April 8, 2013

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Tweet If you are in IT and looking for a new position, you may wonder where to search for jobs. There are several cities or metro areas where you may have more luck than in others. Some of the areas on the list may surprise you. St. Louis, MO St. Louis is the home for […]

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Knowing Where to Search for Jobs: Look for the Hot Industries

April 5, 2013

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Tweet Looking for a job can be a frustrating experience. Using some strategy can help you make your search more fruitful and successful. One strategy is to try to figure out where to search for jobs – this does not always mean specific cities or states. Instead, it means figuring out which industries are hiring […]

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Where to Search for Jobs: The Best Cities for Jobs This Spring

April 4, 2013

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Tweet Spring is coming and it feels like there may be some reason for optimism on the jobs front. In February, the US economy added over 200,000 jobs leading to an unemployment rate of 7.7%. The Manpower Employment Outlook Survey confirms the optimism. With all of the potential positions out there, if you want to […]

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Help Me Find a Job: 4 Questions to Ask About a New Career before Making the Jump

March 26, 2013

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Tweet Most people at some point consider leaving their current jobs; some of these people decide to embark on a new career altogether. While the prospect of changing careers can be exciting, it should not be a quick decision. There are several questions that you should ask yourself about a new career if you want […]

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Job Search Advice for Veterans: Best Job Options

March 18, 2013

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Tweet Finding a job after completing military service can be challenging. The government and a number of companies are working together to help vets find employment but vets may have a difficult time determining the best way to utilize the skills they learned in the military. CareerCast has listed the best career paths for military […]

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Tips to Find a Job Fast if You Need Help Finding a Job

March 15, 2013

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Tweet Need to find a job fast? Don’t get discouraged. Although it may be a tough landscape out there right now, it is possible to take steps to shorten your job search. If you need help finding a job, here are some tips to find a job fast. Get Organized If you are on a […]

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Job Search Strategies: The Best Jobs for Women

March 11, 2013

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Tweet With the New Year, many people are looking for new jobs. A survey by Right Management in November 2012 found that 86% of people polled planned to look for a new job in 2013. A significant number of those people want to change career paths altogether. Women are leading the charge for new positions. […]

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