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Best Job Search Websites for Specialty Jobs

June 11, 2013

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Tweet Job search websites are an important part of a job search today. While it is easy to rely too much on them because they are so easy to use, you have to manage the amount of time you spend on job websites. To best utilize the time that you do spend on them, it […]

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Strategies if You Need Help Finding a Job with a Criminal Record

June 5, 2013

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Tweet Looking for a job can be a complex task and it can be more difficult if you have a criminal record. Even if your criminal record was in the past, you may still have some employers who will hold your past transgressions against you. However, if you need help finding a job, there are […]

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Looking for Employment? How to Get a Job in the Tech Field without a Degree

May 24, 2013

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Tweet Looking for employment in the technology sector can be challenging if you don’t have a degree. Transitioning into this field requires some planning and active work. With some fortitude and a bit of ingenuity, you can end up in the tech job of your dreams. Learn Some Code Although you may not have a […]

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Job Search Strategies: Managing Your Career Plan

May 1, 2013

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Tweet For most people, once we get a job, we don’t spend a lot of time thinking about our career trajectory unless we lose a job and have to look for another one. However, reviewing your career plan is something that we should do more aggressively – even if we are not in the middle […]

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Help Me Find a Job: How to Get the Job if You are Overqualified

April 19, 2013

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Tweet Experience can sometimes be a bad thing – you may be given the label “overqualified” when you go out to look for a new position. Sometimes, you may be called overqualified as an oblique reference to your age or your pay grade. Neither of these things should be held against you, but unfortunately they […]

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Etiquette for Your Linkedin Job Search

April 11, 2013

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Tweet LinkedIn can be an important part of your job search. However, it can be overwhelming when you first join. If you plan to spend a lot of time on a LinkedIn job search, you want to make sure that you follow the rules of etiquette to keep people from getting annoyed with you. The […]

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Where to Search for Jobs with the Biggest Paychecks

January 14, 2013

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Tweet Salary is always a consideration when looking for a new job. Using data from PayScale.com, you can determine which metro areas in the country have the largest paychecks.  This data looks at people who have at least a Bachelor’s degree and takes career level into account for its calculations. This kind of information can […]

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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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The Best Job Search Strategy? A LinkedIn Job Search and Traditional Networking

May 28, 2012

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Tweet Finding a job today is a daunting task. The national unemployment rate remains above 8 percent. It seems as if there is literally a countless army of qualified workers are gunning for the same jobs that you want. Fortunately, there is a strategy that will boost your odds of finding new work in 2012: […]

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You’re Not the Only One Shouting, “Help Me Find a Job!”

May 25, 2012

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Tweet Think you’re the only out there shouting, “Help me find a job?” In today’s hiring market, jobs remain hard to come by. And now that election season is upon us, there’ll be a whole crop of people who were just recently gainfully employed starting their own job searches. Just consider the staffers for Indiana […]

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