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  • The 20 Best Cities For Job Seekers This Fall

    The 20 Best Cities For Job Seekers This Fall

    The best areas to start your career.

    Employment services firm ManpowerGroup asked more than 11,000 US employers about their payroll options for the last quarter of 2015. Continue Reading

  • 'Middle-Skill' Workers In Hot Demand

    'Middle-Skill' Workers In Hot Demand

    "Middle-skill" workers -- those with more than a high school diploma but less than a four-year degree -- are currently in hot demand. The state of New York alone has projected that it will have nearly a million job openings for these workers by 2018. That's according to a new study that also says the state... Continue Reading

  • Increased Higher Education Hiring a Blessing and a Curse

    Increased Higher Education Hiring a Blessing and a Curse

    That art history major might be more marketable than you thought. Employment in the field of higher education seems to be increasing, and recovering quite nicely from the recession. According to a new report, advertisements for job openings in higher education surged 44.4 percent in 2010, compared to a drop... Continue Reading

  • How to Land a Government Job

    How to Land a Government Job

    Considering applying for a government job? The application process differs from the private sector and applicants need to study up before embarking on a federal job search. AOL recently spoke to Kathy Troutman -- author of 'Ten Steps to a Federal Job' and 'Federal Resume Guidebook,' and president of The Resume... Continue Reading

  • Getting Government Jobs Easier with Idiot's Guide

    Getting Government Jobs Easier with Idiot's Guide

    You can make all the jokes you want about government workers, but with 1.8 million government employees (which doesn't include the military or U.S. Postal Service), the federal government is a good place to find a job. And in a recession, a job is a good thing to have. The federal government is the largest... Continue Reading

  • 10 Hardest Jobs to Fill and How to Land Them

    10 Hardest Jobs to Fill and How to Land Them

    According to a recent survey by Manpower Staffing, there are 10 jobs that are in demand but still hard to fill. Fourteen percent of employers surveyed reported difficulty filling the following positions in their industry. Continue Reading

  • Best Places to Work for College Grads

    Best Places to Work for College Grads

    You've put the cap and gown away, you have the diploma in hand, and now you are asking yourself, "Where's a great place to get a job?" In today's economy, when a lot of recent grads are just hoping to find a job, that may seem like an unrealistic question. But it doesn't have to be. Continue Reading

  • America's Low-Paying Jobs - Need Workers

    America's Low-Paying Jobs - Need Workers

    Jobs at the low end of the pay scale are often overlooked. Understandably, everyone wants to earn a lot of money -- it makes life easier when you're not counting pennies between paychecks. The problem is that, unless you're on the receiving end of nepotism, your first job isn't going to earn you six... Continue Reading