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You Must Know how to Job Search Today

September 19, 2012

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Tweet Job hunting is far from an enjoyable task today. The national unemployment rate isn’t falling below eight percent, meaning that far too many qualified job seekers are looking for the same jobs that you want. The only way to succeed in today’s challenging jobs market? You need to know how to job search. You […]

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Your Search for a Job Might be a Lot Like Finding a Mate … Really

August 16, 2012

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Tweet You might not think of your search for a job as being similar to the art of dating. After all, dating is supposed to be fun. Your efforts to find employment almost certainly are not. But Julie Kantor, an author writing for the Huffington Post, recently wrote a column listing several reasons why a […]

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Can’t Someone Help Me Get a Job?

August 7, 2012

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Tweet “Can’t someone help me get a job?” How many times have you asked that question as your efforts to find employment have stretched on for months? The good news is that other people actually can help you find a new job. You just have to practice the important art of networking. At its most […]

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Want to Know how to Job Search? Don’t Make These Errors

August 3, 2012

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Tweet Do you know how to job search without committing the most serious errors possible? According to a recent story by Newsday, many of today’s job seekers don’t, and the mistakes that they are making are making it harder for them to find a job today. If you want to know how to find a […]

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Some Odd Suggestions on How to Find a Job

August 1, 2012

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Tweet These are tough times for job hunting. It’s not surprising, then, that some job seekers are resorting to some strange tactics for finding a job. If you’re wondering how to find a job in today’s tough economy, you might get at least a chuckle – or maybe the seed of an idea – from […]

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Help Me Get a Job! My Industry is Dying!

July 16, 2012

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Tweet A recent Fox News story laid out the grim statistics: One out of two college graduates under age 25 was either unemployed or underemployed last year. Unemployment among workers from the ages of 45 to 65 has hit six percent, a near record high. And individuals in this same age range take an average […]

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Need to Learn how to Job Search? Consider Job Search Training

June 8, 2012

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Tweet You may have heard or read that looking for employment today is a full-time job. There’s real truth to this statement. In May, the national unemployment rate took a turn for the worse, rising slightly to 8.2 percent. This means that there is plenty of competition for every open job out there. It also […]

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Want Some Job Search Advice? Don’t Doctor Your Resume

May 21, 2012

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Tweet A career search is far from an easy task today. Even though the national unemployment rate fell to 8.1 percent in April, the lowest it’s been since January of 2009, there are still far too many people out of work. And many of these people are aiming for the same jobs that interest you. […]

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Job Search Strategy: U.S. Residents More Positive When it Comes to Economy According to New Survey

February 29, 2012

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Tweet According to Time Magazine, you can relax a little about your job search strategies. They recently ran a story that U.S. residents are feeling better about the economy. Maybe this isn’t surprising; after all, the national unemployment rate recently dipped to a three-year low. But what U.S.residents might not understand is that the national […]

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Need to Find Employment? Try a Social Media Job Search

February 10, 2012

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Tweet Social media sites have gotten a bad rap in the traditional media, which many commentators blaming sites such as Facebook and Twitter for leading to a decline in civility across the country. But a new survey by Pew Internet disputes this view. And this survey might change the way even old-school job hunters feel […]

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