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An Executive Career Change Today Often Requires a LinkedIn Job Search

September 20, 2012

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Tweet You’re hunting for a new job, but you’re not looking for the first open position listed on an online job board. You want to make an executive career change, one that involves landing a well-paying, challenging job that moves you up the career ladder. Increasingly, you’ll need to master the intricacies of the LinkedIn […]

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“Help me get a job” still a common plea

May 22, 2012

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Tweet Job seekers received some mixed news in early May. That’s when the U.S. Department of Labor reported that the national unemployment rate fell to 8.1 percent, the lowest that figure has stood since January of 2009. This doesn’t mean, though, that there are fewer people in the country pleading, “Help me get a job!” […]

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Knowing Where to Search for Jobs Means Finding the Right Websites, Too

April 23, 2012

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Tweet Today’s job seekers have an advantage: The Internet is filled with resources to help them land a new job. But not all of these websites are created equal. Today’s job hunters have to know where to search for jobs, and that includes finding the best job search websites out there. The problem with most […]

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Searching for Work? Learn how to Job Search Online

March 22, 2012

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How to Job Search Online

Tweet You probably think you know how to job search online for new jobs. But if you’re limiting your search to the big job boards – the Monster.com, Careerbuilder, and Ladders of the world – you’re dramatically lowering your chance of finding new work in 2012. The simple truth is that the biggest online job […]

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What Online Sites Can Help Me Find a Job?

March 14, 2012

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Tweet You scour the Internet every day to find new job openings. By now, though, you’re frustrated. Your efforts to find a job through any online employment website aren’t paying off. You’re still out of work. And you’re now wondering, “What online sites can help me find a job?” The answer? All of them can. […]

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Use LinkedIn.com Jobs Board Properly to Boost Your Career Search

March 6, 2012

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Tweet Today’s job market remains a challenging one, with millions of U.S. residents still actively searching for new jobs. But you have a tool at your disposal that job hunters didn’t have just five years ago: LinkedIn.com jobs. Through this social media site, you can discover potentially lucrative LinkedIn.com jobs; jobs that have been pre-selected […]

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Take the Right Job Search Advice to Find Not Just a Job, But a Career

February 27, 2012

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Job Search Advice for the Motivated

Tweet The Sioux City Journal newspaper got it right: It interviewed Iowa residents who said that finding a job wasn’t their problem. Finding a good job, though? That was a more difficult task. And if you find yourself in the same situation – you can find a job but what you really want is a […]

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If You Don’t Know Where to Search for Jobs, Don’t Expect to Land Any

January 16, 2012

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Where to Search for Jobs

Tweet With so many people looking for work today – the U.S. Department of Labor reports that about 12.6 million people are unemployed in the country – it’s more important than ever to know where to search for jobs. And you might be surprised to know that the best job search doesn’t focus on online […]

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Over 60? Networking Skills are the Key to Landing New Job

November 29, 2011

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Networking Skills Senior Employment

Tweet Forbes recently ran an interesting story about the dilemma that older U.S. residents face if they lose their jobs. The story also highlights just how important networking skills are to those unemployed workers above the age of 60. The Forbes story details the difficult decision that workers face when they lose their jobs at […]

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