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10 Tips for Negotiating Your Salary
No one teaches a high school class on When and How to Negotiate Your Future Salary, so like balancing a checkbook and networking, it is a skill you have to learn as you go. The idea of talking to your boss about money and your worth as an employee can seem daunting, so we have assembled ten tip... Read more
Date: October 06
Nearly Half A Million Seasonal Jobs To Be Added By Major Retailers, Reports Show
Although we are still a month away from Halloween, this is the time to start applying for seasonal jobs! Major retailers have already budgeted how many new hires they’ll need for the holiday season, and almost everyone is hiring in numbers bigger than last year. Here is what you can ... Read more
Date: September 25
9 Jobs You Won't Believe Pay $50 An Hour
 We want you to find jobs that pay good money, and jobs that you may have overlooked in your search. Here we have listed for you nine jobs that make $50 an hour - from blue collar to white collar, from directing funeral services to studying earthquakes. If you have the background, you can have ... Read more
Date: September 22
How to Craft the Perfect Mid-Career Resume
One of the only things that has never gone out of style when it comes to applying for a job is the resume. It’s a one- or two-page summary of just why you’re qualified for what you’re looking at, and gives prospective employers an easy and quick way of putting you ahead of the comp... Read more
Date: August 08
How "Moneyball" Could Help You Land Your Next Job
Billy Beane found that traditional baseball valuing measurements to draft and trade for players were highly subjective in nature, and that there had to be a more objective way of assessing a ball player’s current and future value to a team. It’s begun to slowly change the game of basebal... Read more
Date: August 04
How to Make Sure Your Internship Managers Remember You
Internships are more and more becoming the norm in a job hunt, as they’re seen as an integral part of the job application experience. It gives hiring managers a chance to test drive you and see how you’d fit into the company as a whole, while you get valuable experience to put on your re... Read more
Date: August 01
8 Reasons Every Job Hunter Should Have Their Own Website
Getting a job in today’s economy hasn’t been this difficult since the Great Depression of the 1930s, although the situation is changing slowly for the better. However, it’s still a very competitive climate and to get ahead, and job hunters need to get their hands on every edge they... Read more
Date: July 28
Job Profile: Social Media Managers
Social media was in such an infancy stage, only its creators believed it would actually go anywhere. The thought of an internet tool replacing phone calls and text messages as the way we communicate and network with each other was just a little short of ludicrous, because why would the world have an... Read more
Date: July 23
5 Common Interview Questions Decoded
By now, almost all of us can easily predict what questions will be asked during the interview. The commonality of these questions has almost become a cliché, as queries about yourself, your past employment, strengths and weaknesses, future plans, and how you handled tough situations are asked... Read more
Date: July 21
How to Impress Your Interviewer in the First Two Minutes
It takes us humans a scant seven seconds to form a first impression, or roughly the amount of time it takes for a really good yawn. Add this on to the already nerve-wracking experience of an interview, where a prospective employer is sizing you up to see if you’d be a good fit at that company ... Read more
Date: July 18
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