Many people cannot afford to take a four-year break from working with little guarantee that they will be able to find a job with their bachelor’s. But this is not a reason to avoid getting a practical education. READ MORE»This evening's blog is dedicated to the Economy and Jobs, because Realistically We Cannot Nor Should Not Look to Washington D.C. to do everything for us, Regardless of who is or is not in office.
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blog.resumebear.com - There is no “I” in “team.” There shouldn’t be an “I” in your resume either. That’s the advice of Anne-Marie Baiynd, President and CEO of TheTradingBook.com and the former CEO of a recruiting firm. ...READ MORE!!!
management.fortune.cnn.com - FORTUNE -- When cubicles start to feel like prison bars, it's a problem. Unfortunately, a downside of the sluggish economy is that many of us lucky enough to have a job can feel like we are trapped...READ MORE!YES, I WAS! That is the other reason why I post about the Economy and Jobs--Jobs--Jobs. I have been on Unemployment--Welfare--And Social Security Survivor's Benefits--Thank God, Those Safety nets Were there when My Family Needed them, But Still--Working Is Indeed The Better Option.
smallbiztrends.com - Just last week, I had the whole coffee shop turn around and give me a “look.” I think I got a little too loud and passionate when I started talking about the power of referrals and why it’s smart ...READ MORE
blog.resumebear.com - As a rule, honesty is usually the best policy when it comes to your career. Don’t lie about your experience, salary or education — you will get caught. Don’t pretend you know what you’re talking ab...READ MORE
inc.com - I've hired hundreds of people, and fired a few too. Here are the best recruiting insights I've gleaned the hard way. When you're hiring, you're growing. That means business is good. It's easy to le...READ MORE!!