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Find a Career: Best Creative Jobs in 2014

March 12, 2014

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Tweet If you are interested in finding a job in the creative services sector, you may be in luck this year. There are some interesting opportunities if you want to find a career in this arena. Here are some creative positions that might interest you if you are looking for a job. Architect Architects design […]

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Focusing Your Careers Job Search: Best Cities for Young People to Find a Job

May 20, 2013

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Tweet When you graduate from college, your first job search may feel overwhelming – there are so many issues to consider like location, career path, and so on. There are some cities that may be better for your careers job search when you are first starting out. Here are a few cities to investigate when […]

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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: 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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Job Search Advice: Best Cities for Young Professionals

February 25, 2013

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Tweet When looking for a new job, young people often look for cities that have activities that cater to them as young single people as well as plenty of other single young people to socialize with.  Important job search advice for these seekers is to look for positions in places that are good for young […]

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Job Statistics Improving, but Economy Still Shaky

January 9, 2013

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Tweet The latest job statistics provided plenty of good news for those trying to find a new job. But even as unemployment falls in the vast majority of states, finding a job remains a challenge today. The reason? Unemployment is falling, but it isn’t falling fast enough. Until more jobs are created, job seekers will […]

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New Study Highlights the Importance of a Social Media Job Search

January 8, 2013

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Tweet If you need help finding a job, know this: You are far from alone. And don’t let positive headlines regarding the nation’s unemployment rate convince you otherwise. It’s true that the national unemployment fell again in November, ticking down to 7.7 percent, the lowest this rate has stood in more than three years. At […]

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Three Tips for the Mid-Career Professional

January 3, 2013

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Tweet You’ve already crafted a successful career, but now you feel a bit stagnant. You’re ready to move on to a new company and new challenges. Problem is the nation’s unemployment rate still remains high. With millions of people also seeking jobs, you’ll have to learn some new tricks if you want to land your […]

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Even with Employment Gains, Plenty Still Need Help Finding a Job

December 31, 2012

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Tweet If you need help finding a job, know this: You are far from alone. And don’t let positive headlines regarding the nation’s unemployment rate convince you otherwise. It’s true that the national unemployment fell again in November, ticking down to 7.7 percent, the lowest this rate has stood in more than three years. At […]

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With Job Creation still Sluggish, Finding the Right Job Search Advice Remains Key

December 28, 2012

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Tweet The economy is adding jobs every month. But it’s not adding enough to dramatically reduce the nation’s unemployment rate. This means that competition for open jobs remains fierce. It also means that finding the right job search advice remains key. A recent story by CNNMoney illustrates this well. Slow Job Growth As anyone who […]

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