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5 of the Best Job Search Websites

May 15, 2013

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Tweet In the current hiring atmosphere, using online websites is an important part of your job search. There are a number of job sites that you can utilize but since your time each day is limited, you may want to spend more of your time on the best job search websites. Here are some of […]

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Boosting Your Career Job Search through Job Fairs

May 9, 2013

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Tweet At one point, job fairs – a gathering where employers and recruiters can meet with prospective employees – were very popular. However, with the advent of online communities and job boards, it may seem that these meetings are now obsolete. But if you are in the midst of a job search, you should not […]

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Veterans May Need Help Finding a Job

January 21, 2013

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Tweet Many veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars have returned to the United States to find a challenging work situation at home. The unemployment rate for post-9/11 veterans was 10.8% in December 2012 – which is an improvement from 13.1% in December 2011 – but still is high. Veterans may need help finding a […]

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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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Why Knowing Where to Search for Jobs Matters

November 2, 2012

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Tweet Knowing where to search for jobs matters today. Even the best online job sites post positions that are available to hundreds of other occupants. This makes your chance of attracting the attention of hiring managers with your e-mailed resume and cover letter rather small. But you can dramatically increase your odds of finding a […]

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Need Tips on how to Job Search? Don’t Forget Your Blog

September 18, 2012

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Tweet The chances are good that you run your own blog. After all, running a blog is fun and, depending upon which blogging service you use, it can be free, too. But did you know that your personal blog can also serve as a job search tool? Turning your blog into a job finder is […]

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Finding the Right Job Search Strategies for You

September 11, 2012

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Tweet Job search strategies abound today. Your neighbor offers a fool-proof way of acing a job interview. Countless bloggers can tell you exactly how to find jobs through social media. Magazines offer tips on cracking the hidden jobs market. Even your mom and dad have plenty of job search advice to share with you. Problem […]

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Consider part-time positions when deciding where to search for jobs

August 22, 2012

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Tweet You think you know where to search for jobs. You haunt the online employment sites. You network every day, connecting with former bosses, past co-workers, and other members of your business contacts. You follow and initiate discussions on LinkedIn, and you regular rely on Facebook and Twitter to conduct social media job searches. But […]

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Want to Know how to Find a Job? Get to Know the Right People

August 2, 2012

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Tweet Networking has always been a key way to find a job. Today, though, it’s more important than ever. It’s why top employment experts always advise those seeking advice on how to find a job to polish their networking skills. Look at it this way: You never know when that former boss, past co-worker, or […]

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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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