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  • Hot Job Site: Vizibility

    Hot Job Site: Vizibility

    According to surveys done by CareerBuilder, Job Vite, and Execunet, over 50 percent of recruiters and hiring managers conduct online research on job seekers, before ever calling them in for an interview. Yet it can be challenging to be found online, especially if you share your name with dozens of people or... Continue Reading

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    Hot Job Site:

    The National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) Job Outlook 2011 shows that for the class of 2011, the job market is off to a positive start. Employers responding to the NACE Job Outlook 2011 Fall Preview survey reported plans to hire 13.5 percent more new bachelor's graduates from the class of 2011... Continue Reading

  • Hot Job Site: Glassdoor

    Hot Job Site: Glassdoor

    Have you ever wondered what it's really like to work for a particular company? Are you curious about what present and past employees say about the organization? If you want to research a company and go past the information written in the annual report, is a great resource. AOL Jobs recently... Continue Reading

  • Hot Job Site: QuintCareers

    Hot Job Site: QuintCareers

    QuintCareers (officially Quintessential Careers) is a comprehensive career tools site designed to help people find their ideal careers and jobs -- from students trying to discover their career passions to mature workers re-entering the work force... and everyone in between! AOL Jobs recently spoke to Kathy... Continue Reading

  • Hot Job Site: The Riley Guide

    Hot Job Site: The Riley Guide

    The Internet can be a wonderful support system for job seekers. Never before has there been so much information on how to write a resume, prepare for an interview, or negotiate a starting salary. But with so much information comes the challenge of how to find things quickly and sort through the best... Continue Reading

  • Hot Job Site: Green Career Central

    Hot Job Site: Green Career Central

    Green jobs, sometimes referred to as "green collar jobs" are defined as work in agricultural, manufacturing, research and development (R&D), administrative, and service activities that contribute substantially to preserving or restoring environmental quality. There is a growing need for employees who can... Continue Reading