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The Benefits of Providing Free Food at Work

Did you know that today is National Quiche Lorraine Day? Or that May is National Hamburger Month? These holidays might seem frivolous, but they reflect something big about society: We’re obsessed with food.

Most social gatherings revolve around it — think barbecues, family dinners and Sunday brunches. Even when we’re not eating, we’re often consuming it in another form; food …

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When JibberJobber Becomes a Small Business CRM #GigEconomy

A hundred years ago…. well, make that 13 years ago, when I was starting JibberJobber, I had a vision that this would NOT be a tool for your right-now job search, but that you would use it for the rest of your career. When we launched the tagline said something about job search, but within […]

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JibberJobber Anniversary: JibberJobber, the Awkward Teen

Thirteen. We made it. And now things get awkward. Braces. A body that is growing and not quite there yet. The voice that breaks, not because of emotion but because of hormonal changes. Weird humor, and coming into ourselves. That is who we are this year. Not really… more than ever I feel like we […]

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Have You Lost Hope #JobSearch

Years ago, in 2006, I was in my own job search. It was horrible and pathetic at the same time. I lost hope. I didn’t understand it at the time, but I was hopeless that I’d find the right job… a job I’d enjoy, that would pay what I needed, and that could last. A […]

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Network Because of the Hidden Job Market

This is a true story. It happened to me just within the last two days. But, it has been happening with others every single day. There’s this unicorny mythical concept called “the hidden job market.” It’s the Narnia of job search. If you are lucky enough, if you are chosen, then you get to be […]

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Mother’s Day Report: What Do Working Moms Need from Employers to Succeed?

Having a child changes everything. In addition to being responsible for a brand new human being, parents have to adjust their lives to fit in this new order. One of the hardest things to reconcile is work: how can you be successful as a parent and a professional?

In celebration of Mother’s Day, we spoke to 1,000 working parents. We …

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The Job Search Feels Lonely

Imagine walking to your mailbox right after the mailman comes. You are the first person in the neighborhood to get your mail. You are actually the only person around. All of the streets are empty. No kids, no dogs, no joggers. Just you. The jobless loser. That is an image burned in my mind from […]

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We Need More Nurses; Here’s How to Recruit Them

Twenty-six years ago, the annual National Nurses Week was born in the U.S. Beginning every year on May 6 and concluding May 12 (the birthday of rock-star nurse Florence Nightingale), the week is designed to pay tribute to the vital contributions of America’s registered nurses (RNs).

It’s been said that “constant attention by a good nurse may be just as …

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How Hard Is It To Put a Suit On?

Last week I had to wear a suit somewhere. I don’t remember where, but my 12 year old daughter was pretty impressed that it only took a few minutes to go from yard work clothes to a suit. Her comment gave me pause. She said: “Wow, dad, you are really good at putting a suit […]

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A Guide to In-Person Job Interviews

In-person interviews come in many shapes and sizes, from the classic one-on-one to the increasingly common group interview. Each in-person interview requires you to show off your skills as a prospective employee, but you may want to prepare a bit differently depending on the type. Tips for One-on-One Interviews One-on-one interviews are often the second ...

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