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September Jobs Report: US Economy Adding More Full-Time Than Part-Time Jobs

On October 3, 2014 in Newsworthy

September Jobs Report: US Economy Adding More Full-Time Than Part-Time Jobs…click here

Another link to check out too: Payroll employment increases by 248,000 in September; unemployment rate declines to 5.9% …click here


Here’s What Employers Are Now Looking For In Recent College Graduates

On September 22, 2014 in For the candidate...

Here’s What Employers Are Now Looking For In Recent College Graduates…click here


5 Expert Tips for Following Up After a Job Interview

On March 4, 2014 in For the candidate...

By Sharlyn Lauby / Feb 22, 2014 The big job interview you’ve been prepping for and stressing over for days or weeks is over, and you can finally breathe a sigh of relief — except now comes the hard part: Waiting to hear back. You’re excited about the opportunity, and you want to do everything [...]


Casting Ripples by Beka Rice

On January 15, 2014 in Uncategorized

This post originally appeared on bekarice.com: http://bekarice.com/casting-ripples/ You never know what ripples your actions are going to cast. Now do me a favor. Read that first sentence again, but slow down and think about it. People look at statements like that and say, “Yep, I know. Makes sense,” and that’s the extent of their consideration. [...]


College students: Avoid these 6 career mistakes

On August 29, 2013 in For the candidate...

(MoneyWatch) Although it’s still tough in this economy to find employment after graduating from college, half of new grads end up finding jobs that they like. That requires avoiding common career mistakes, according to David Delong, author of “Graduate to a Great Job: Make Your College Degree Pay Off in Today’s Market.” Delong, a former [...]


7 Modern Day Ways To Leave A Lasting Impression

On May 24, 2013 in For the candidate...

Dale Carnegie wrote a fantastic book back in 1936 that really spelled out How to Win Friends and Influence People, and in my view it was so successful and continues to be successful because it contains such a lot of common sense about treating others how we ourselves like to be treated. Unfortunately, we sometimes [...]


Privacy rights – Things are getting more complicated for sure…

What is privacy? As job-seekers are judged by their tweets and Facebook posts, uncertainty abounds By Lini S. Kadaba FOR THE INQUIRER When Dave Clarke wants to fill a position at AuthenticMatters in Old City, he sifts through the stack of resumes and looks up candidates on Google. He expects a presence online, he says, especially [...]


Seven Deadly Sins for New Hires

On April 4, 2012 in For the candidate...

Seven Deadly Sins for New Hires By Larry Buhl Congratulations, you landed the job! The hard part is over, right? Not exactly. Your first few weeks in a new company are crucial — they can determine whether your future is paradise or purgatory. And we’re not talking only about mastering the technical aspects of your [...]


9 Steps To Quitting Your “Have To Have” Job And Pursuing Your Dream

On December 15, 2011 in For the candidate...

How many of us have dreamed of leaving our current jobs to do what we really want to do? And yet, not many of us have actually left the safety of what we do daily unless forced out by layoffs and downsizing. Why is that? I would argue it’s due to one or more of [...]


Problem employees

On October 10, 2011 in Uncategorized

I’ve been hearing and reviewing so many comments from folks about relationship problems brewing and blowing up at the workplace. There is also much around the Internet about folks feeling uncertainty about how to confront negative effects of unacceptable employee behavior. In today’s economic times, it seems that anger and stress are major contributing factors [...]

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