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'My Daddy Got Fired' - Talking To Kids About Job Loss

'My Daddy Got Fired' - Talking To Kids About Job Loss

Keeping lines of communication open is key

Job loss is tough on you. But what about how it impacts your kids? Two clinical psychologists advise you on how to talk to them and calm their fears Read More »

Apps to Supercharge Your Job Search

Apps to Supercharge Your Job Search

Conduct an expert job search from your smartphone

The tools you will need to make your job search mobile. Get organized, create content, network and more all from your smartphone. Read More »

20 Companies Hiring In September

20 Companies Hiring In September

These employers are staffing up now.

These employers are staffing up now. Read More »

20 Companies Hiring In August

20 Companies Hiring In August

Still looking for a job? Start your search with these companies. Read More »

How Not To Act 'Too Old' When Job Hunting

How Not To Act 'Too Old' When Job Hunting

12 tips for the baby boomer job hunter. Read More »

Break Out Of Your Job Search Rut

Break Out Of Your Job Search Rut

If you haven't found a new position yet, try these 4 tactics. Read More »

In The Future, Everyone Will Job  Hunt Like This

In The Future, Everyone Will Job Hunt Like This

Bilal Jaffery tells how he got a job entirely through a 'socialCV.' Read More »

How To Find The Perfect Job: 4 Steps

How To Find The Perfect Job: 4 Steps

Stop the scattershot approach and find a position that will be a perfect match. Read More »

6 Snap Judgments Hiring Managers Make

6 Snap Judgments Hiring Managers Make

Don't blow the interview by making a bad first impression. Read More »

8 Terrible Questions To Ask In An Interview

8 Terrible Questions To Ask In An Interview

A survey pinpoints the questions hiring managers hate. Read More »

Jobless Claims Rise Above Forecasts in Latest Week

Jobless Claims Rise Above Forecasts in Latest Week

The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits rose more than expected last week, but not enough to signal a material shift from the recent pace of moderate job growth. Read More »

Things NOT To Do During Your Job Search

Things NOT To Do During Your Job Search

With the unemployment still high, you need to avoid these job-hunting mistakes. Read More »

What NOT To Do When You Lose Your Job

What NOT To Do When You Lose Your Job

When you lose your job, it's very tempting to lash out at anyone in your path. After all, you've been wronged, so someone needs to take the heat. Everyone expects you to be angry and upset at getting fired or laid off, but don't take the bait. Being outwardly bitter and vituperative will only prevent you from... Read More »

Why The Interview Process Is A Hellish Mess

Why The Interview Process Is A Hellish Mess

By Donna Fuscaldo Hiring the wrong job candidate can cost a company serious money, which is why it's all too common to make job seekers go through a multi-phase interview process. It may seem cumbersome or downright annoying to the candidate going through it, but career experts say it's necessary in today's job... Read More »

Recruiter: Why Most Job Seekers Get Overlooked

Recruiter: Why Most Job Seekers Get Overlooked

By Abby Kohut Job seekers around the country are all struggling with the same issues. A big one? They're "unfindable" by recruiters. While you may think it's a recruiter's job to find you, it's actually YOUR job to try to be found. The more you help the recruiters, the faster they will find you online and the... Read More »

Jobless Rate Rises To 7.6%, With More Workers Entering Labor Force

Jobless Rate Rises To 7.6%, With More Workers Entering Labor Force

By Jason Lange WASHINGTON -- U.S. employers stepped up hiring in May, a sign that the economy was growing modestly but not strong enough to convince the Federal Reserve to scale back the amount of cash it is pumping into the banking system. The United States added 175,000 jobs last month, just above the median... Read More »

Tricks To Getting A Great Referral

Tricks To Getting A Great Referral

A strong referral makes all the difference in a job search. Here's what you need to do. Read More »

More Employers Demand Twitter-Like Brevity On Applications

More Employers Demand Twitter-Like Brevity On Applications

By Jen Glantz The days of lengthy cover letters and bulleted resumes are fading as employers ask job applicants to present their case in a modern and challenging way -- by describing themselves and why they are a perfect fit for a job in 150 characters or less. Borrowing from the style of Twitter (which maxes... Read More »

Dream Job Or Nightmare? Mattress Chain Seeks 'Self-Motivated Sleeper'

Dream Job Or Nightmare? Mattress Chain Seeks 'Self-Motivated Sleeper'

In most workplaces, napping co-workers are viewed as slackers. But what if you actually got paid to snooze in your pajamas? -- on a comfy mattress and dim lights? Read More »

8 Ways To Turn A Lead Into A Job

8 Ways To Turn A Lead Into A Job

You're looking for a job and someone tells you, "Speak with Joe Smith. He may be able to help you." But if you're like most people, you don't know how to turn the lead into a job. This plan will maximize your chances: 1. Ask for an introduction. Rather than contacting the lead, ask your referrer if s/he'd be... Read More »

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