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The Best Tips For Those Looking For Better Employment

If you’ve been job hunting lately, you’re probably exhausted and annoyed already. Coming up with the job you want will take a great deal of work. You have to know how to show employers you are the right person for the position. For more information just keep reading. When you’re …

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Unemployed Or Underemployed? Try These Job Seeking Tips

Finding a job can be a difficult task, even more so if you don’t know where to begin. There are tons of resources available for job searchers. This article will give you the direction you need to find the perfect position. Talk to others you know already when searching for …

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CEO’s Candid-Camera Hiring Ploy: Smart or Sneaky?

In my more than 20 years writing about careers I have heard some pretty outlandish interview stories, everything from being asked why a manhole cover is round to having to provide a handwriting sample. But today I heard about one from a major company that makes me feel uncomfortable and had me wondering if it crosses [...]

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Rainbow-Effect Bias: How to network in a white job market

From time to time, I along with many of my colleagues get unsolicited job leads from recruiters and from people in our social networks, both on and off line. In most cases it’s clear they’re reaching out because of our experience and expertise, but are they also reaching out because of our ethnicity or race? Turns out, [...]

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Are Online Degrees Worth It Now?

There were several ads for online education outfits on the radio this morning, and it got me thinking about a brief item I heard on the news last week about a new study on online learning. Unfortunately, it didn’t get a lot of play in mass media so I thought I should share the findings with [...]

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“Do What You Love” Myth

The Do What You Love catchphrase has reached new heights of popularity in recent years, but, thankfully, some folks out there are wondering if it is merely an unrealistic and sort of elitist idea. Slate’s Miya Tokumitsu provides a much needed skeptical take in a piece titled “In the Name of Love: Elites embrace the “do [...]

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Workplace Fraud: Contractors Who Are Really Employees

The new head of Department of Labor Tom Perez came out swinging at a meeting in front of labor leaders yesterday. This from a Wall Street Journal article published this morning: Mr. Perez, addressing the AFL-CIO’s quadrennial conference here, said the Labor Department would help restore the middle class by defending collective-bargaining rights, aggressively enforcing wage laws [...]

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