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Job Prospects Higher in Certain Fields

January 10, 2013

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Tweet Today’s job search is often a grueling one. Even though the nation’s unemployment rate has fallen to 7.7 percent, finding a job today is no easy task. But you can boost your job prospects by targeting those fields in which companies are actually hiring. Companies are overwhelmed by applications every time they post an […]

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Asking, “Who Can Help Me Get a Job?” You’re not Alone

January 2, 2013

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Tweet Are you wondering, “Who can help me get a job?” You’re far from alone. The country’s national unemployment rate has been falling. But it still stands at 7.7 percent. That’s an improvement, but it still means that there are millions of U.S. residents who have been unable to find a job. The intense competition […]

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Want to Run a Professional Media Job Search? Act Like a Professional Online

December 26, 2012

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Tweet Few job seekers today would dispute the value of a social media job search. Those conducting a career search today need to be active on sites such as LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter. Recruiters, after all, are more frequently turning to these sites to vet potential candidates for job openings and to find qualified individuals […]

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Still not Enough Positive Unemployment Stats

December 10, 2012

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Tweet The country received some good unemployment stats last week when the number of people seeking unemployment assistance fell. But even with this positive bit of news, the fact remains that the employment situation in the United States is still a challenging one. And that means that anyone hoping to find work in today’s hiring […]

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Struggling to Find a Job? Try a LinkedIn Job Search

December 7, 2012

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Tweet Are you struggling to find a job in today’s challenging economy? You’re far from alone. Even though the nation’s unemployment rate has fallen to 7.9 percent, there are still millions of U.S. residents trying to find a new job today. Fortunately, you do have a tool that can shorten your job search, the linkedin […]

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Add One More Benefit to the LinkedIn Job Search

December 6, 2012

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Tweet The linkedin job search has always been a powerful way to find new work, even in today’s challenging hiring environment. But now LinkedIn has become an even more useful tool for anyone conducting an executive job search. According to the PRNewswire service, LinkedIn users can now call each for free thanks to a new […]

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Social Media Job Search gets More Powerful with Facebook App

November 30, 2012

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Tweet We’ve long been proponents of the social media job search. Social media sites such as LinkedIn and Twitter make finding a job a less arduous task. Through these sites, job seekers can instantly connect with their circle of online business contacts. And these contacts can then respond with job leads, offers to arrange personal […]

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The Big Social Media Job Search Mistake

November 29, 2012

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Tweet Sites such as Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter are invaluable to job hunters. A social media job search allows job seekers to instantly communicate with their online business contacts. Job hunters can ask for personalized letters of recommendation, schedule lunch meetings with important networking contacts, and follow industry trends all through these social media sites. […]

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Where to Search for Jobs? Social Media is Crucial

November 20, 2012

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Tweet Do you know where to search for jobs today? Increasingly, your chances of finding employment rest with social media, sites such as LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter. The reality is a growing number of companies are finding their next employees by scouring these social media sites. If you want to attract their attention, you need […]

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Need Help Finding a Job? Act Fast before Unemployment Benefits Disappear

November 19, 2012

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Tweet It’s a chilling thought for anyone in need of help finding a job: If Congress fails to once again support federal unemployment programs, more than 2 million U.S. residents who are out of work will stop receiving their unemployment checks on Dec. 28. This, of course, is one of the possible repercussions of the […]

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