Although it sounds simple enough, finding those advertised positions can be a challenge.
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As this year’s college graduates get ready to enter the ranks of those looking for jobs, it’s worth considering the highest paying (and worst paying) jobs available in the United States.
The Social Security Administration now states that full retirement age for those born after 1960 is 67 years old. With the economy in a downturn, more people are considering working in retirement.
Whether you are looking for a new high paying job, or just trying to get anything, you need to find ways to show that you are serious about the job, and that you are the best person for the position. Here are four tips that can help you stand out.
Many people bemoan the current job market and wish that they could find better opportunities to help them improve their finances. While there is no way to guarantee that you will receive a job offer, you can improve your chances. Here's how.
I love all the analyst talk lately about how the government has to do something to create jobs. My boy John Stewart (of “The Daily Show” fame) said it best the other night when he said that members of various levels of government from both parties now use “more jobs” the way they used to use “terrorism.”
What do you do when your resume is just not enough to break into this tough job market? Why not advertise you are looking for a job... on a billboard!
I know for a fact that my summer job helped me land a permanent position upon graduation (I was told so at the end of the interview). It also helped me get through school without any debt, which as any recent graduate can tell you is a pretty cool accomplishment.
If you want to find employment after you graduate from university, you need to stand out. If you are looking for a job after university, here are some things you can do to improve your chances.