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Importance of Researching Before Job Interviews
If you have been reading through advice for having successfully job interviews, you’re probably wondering why researching the company is always suggested. Read more
Date: October 03
Interviewing 101-Impressing Your Interviewer
Being called into a job interviewer is the first step toward being chosen for a new job. Read more
Date: October 02
Landing Your First Job
If you are currently looking for your first job after finishing college or if you are currently in high school and looking to start working, it can be a little intimidating. Read more
Date: October 01
The Secret to Getting a Job After College
After sending the time and money to go to college, you will want to use that education you received to begin your career. Read more
Date: September 29
Tips for Listing Temp Jobs on Your Resume
There are a wide range of benefits to choosing temp jobs, including learning valuable skills, having some great experience and making professional connections. Read more
Date: September 28
Tips for Resume Writing After Leaving the Military
Working on your resume and looking for a job after leaving the military can be a daunting task. Read more
Date: September 27
Too Much Experience-Get a Job Regardless of Your Experience
It may be hard to believe, but having too much experience can actually hurt almost as much as having no experience at all. Read more
Date: September 26
Understanding Self-Employment Tax
The main focus of self employment tax is to be able to collect Medicare and Social Security taxes from self employed individuals. If you are an employee, the first $113,700 of wages for 2013 is going to have a 12.4 percent social security tax applied to it. Read more
Date: September 23
Elderly More Likely To Be Employed Than Youth
The past decade and a half have proven to be very difficult for the youth. The Wall Street Journal recently reported that work rates for teenagers fell during the recession and have not had much recovery since that point. Over 40 percent of teens worked during the summer of 2007. Read more
Date: September 16
California Taking The Lead in Engineering Employment
California has often been thought of as one of the prime locations where engineering research and cutting edge innovation can be paired together. The chance of science or technical employment on the West Coast has always been thought to be much higher than other areas of the country. Read more
Date: September 14
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