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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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Want to Boost Your Job Prospects? Head to D.C.

January 11, 2013

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Tweet Want to increase your job prospects? You might consider a move to the nation’s capital. According to a recent story by the Reuters news service, Washington, D.C. is experiencing a population boom as job seekers head to the district hoping to nab one of the new manufacturing or technology jobs offered there. But here’s […]

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Add One More Benefit to the LinkedIn Job Search

December 6, 2012

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Tweet The linkedin job search has always been a powerful way to find new work, even in today’s challenging hiring environment. But now LinkedIn has become an even more useful tool for anyone conducting an executive job search. According to the PRNewswire service, LinkedIn users can now call each for free thanks to a new […]

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Where to Search for Jobs? You’ll have more Options with Community College Degree

December 3, 2012

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Tweet It’s important today to know where to search for jobs. Networking with former bosses and co-workers, using social media sites to reach out to business contacts and incorporating the latest interview tips and strategies are all keys to landing new work today. But there’s another tool that can make your job search a bit […]

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Where to Search for Jobs? Social Media is Crucial

November 20, 2012

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Tweet Do you know where to search for jobs today? Increasingly, your chances of finding employment rest with social media, sites such as LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter. The reality is a growing number of companies are finding their next employees by scouring these social media sites. If you want to attract their attention, you need […]

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Better Unemployment Numbers don’t Change Fact: You Still Need to Know Where to Search for Jobs

November 12, 2012

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Tweet The national employment picture has been slowing brightening. The latest good news came in late October, when applications for U.S. unemployment aid fell once again. This good news, though, doesn’t mean that you don’t need to know where to search for jobs. That’s because even with unemployment falling – and it stood at 7.9 […]

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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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Job Hunting not Going Well? Maybe You don’t Know Where to Search for Jobs

October 18, 2012

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Tweet Do you know where to search for jobs? If not, it’s little surprise that your job hunting is going poorly. Many job hunters think that the online job boards are the place to begin their job search efforts. Unfortunately, these job boards rarely provide job seekers with the new positions they seek. The reason? […]

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Obama, Romney Can’t Help if You don’t Know Where to Search for Jobs

October 16, 2012

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Tweet Pres. Barack Obama and presidential challenger Mitt Romney were scheduled to face each other in the first presidential debate of 2012 in early October. This first debate was especially important because its focus was on domestic issues, including the nation’s far-too-high unemployment rate. But if you’re looking for either presidential candidate to provide you […]

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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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