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Will President Obama be Asking, “Help me find a Job” Soon? Not if Battleground State Unemployment Figures are any Indication

October 24, 2012

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Tweet Pres. Obama might not be asking, “Help me find a job” early next year thanks to some interesting unemployment numbers. According to a recent post on the New York Times blog, the unemployment numbers in most battelground states – those states crucial to Obama’s hopes to fend off challenger Mitt Romney – are falling. […]

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Help Me Find a Job? Turn to Technology

October 9, 2012

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Tweet “Who can help me find a job?” Does that sound like you? Are you constantly looking toward others to find new work today? If so, you need to take a long look in the mirror. The best person to help you find a job is yourself. And thanks to today’s constantly improving technology, you […]

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Help Me Find a Job! I Need Health Insurance!

September 14, 2012

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Tweet One of the great benefits of working for a larger company is the group health insurance that these firms provide. Thanks to such insurance policies, workers can care for a wide range of illnesses and injuries and practice preventative healthcare without draining their finances. Problem is, if you’re waking up each morning shouting, “Help […]

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When “Help Me Get a Job” is Part of Every Conversation

September 12, 2012

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Tweet Has the phrase, “Help me get a job” become part of each of your conversations, no matter if you’re talking to your neighbor, your sister-in-law, or your old friend from high school? If so, realize that you’re far from alone. The job market remains an incredibly challenging one today. But know this, too: If […]

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Is Video the Answer to the “Help Me Find a Job” Lament?

August 8, 2012

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Tweet Are you asking, “Can anyone help me find a job?” Maybe that’s the wrong question. Maybe you need to be asking, “What can I do to set myself apart from other job seekers?” The answer? Try creating a video resume. The Video Resume Thanks the rise of social media and the power of YouTube, […]

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Knowing Who to Ask “Help Me Find a Job” is a Key Part of Job Search

July 13, 2012

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Tweet You’ve probably read it hundreds of times during your efforts to find a new job: The best way to find jobs today is through networking. Just because you’re tired of reading this, doesn’t mean that it’s not true. Networking is, in fact, essential to anyone looking for work. And part of networking means knowing […]

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How to Make the Big Request: “Help Me Find a Job”

July 12, 2012

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Tweet June brought at least a small bit of good news for anyone looking for a job: According to a report from staffing firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas, the number of planned layoffs by U.S. employers fell to its lowest level in more than a year. As a story by Reuters suggests, this shows that […]

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Expect the “Help Me Find a Job” Request to become more Common

June 21, 2012

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Tweet For 11 months, the national unemployment rate fell. It was a nice feeling. Unfortunately, May had to come and during that month, the country’s unemployment rate actually rose from 8.1 percent to 8.2 percent. But it was disappointing news, sending the stock market reeling to a huge drop. You can bet that a loud […]

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Saying, “Help Me Find a Job?” It’s Time to Find the Hot Careers

June 20, 2012

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Tweet Is your job search turning you into a zombie? Do you wake up every morning yelling, “Help me find a job today?” Do you check the best job search sites five times an hour? Do you haunt LinkedIn.com in the hopes that someone, anyone provides you with a hot job tip? Maybe the problem […]

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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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