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How to Job Search: What Should You Spend Money On?

July 19, 2013

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Tweet Being prepared is an important part of how to job search and a serious job search may require that you spend some money. Since you are looking for a job, you probably don’t have unlimited money to spend on the tools for your search. Here are some different things that you should not skimp […]

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What are Characteristics of the Best Job Search Websites?

July 12, 2013

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Tweet You often see lists of the best job search websites but not very much information about what makes a website great. What should you be looking for when you find a job search website? There are many specialty websites and you should know if one is a good site to use. What Is the […]

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One of the New Job Search Strategies: CareerSonar

June 4, 2013

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Tweet There may be a way to combine your Facebook and LinkedIn contacts into a powerful tool for looking for a new job. CareerSonar is one of the new job search strategies that can incorporate your lists of connections with job possibilities. It could simplify your search when looking for a job. Listings from Job […]

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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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Reasons to Change Your Job Search Strategies

April 30, 2013

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Tweet If you are tired of your job search and feel like you are not getting results, it may be time to revamp your job search strategies. There are some potential issues that may indicate that you are in a job search rut. You Are a Rule Breaker Hiring recruiters give you instructions for submitting […]

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A Closer Look at Job Stats: Shooting for 6.5% Unemployment

December 13, 2012

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Tweet The national unemployment rate is one of the most closely watched job stats in the United States, and with good reason. It is a direct measure of how successful U.S. residents have been in their efforts to find a job. We can all agree that the national unemployment rate of 7.9% is too high; […]

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