Top Workplace Trends for 2012

January 30, 2012

By Michelle V. Rafter From The old saying that the only constant is change aptly describes the American workplace in 2012. As a new year begins, you may be in the same position at the same place you’ve worked for years. But the economy, technology and demographics are transforming how you get your job […]

5 Things I Look for in a Great Job Interview

January 23, 2012

By Matthew Swyers, Founder – The Trademark Company From In my career I have reviewed thousands of resumes and conducted hundreds of employment interviews for both The Trademark Company and other businesses for which I have worked. In doing so, I got to see the good, the bad, and the downright ugly in terms of resumes, […]

Understanding and Overcoming the Challenges of Pursuing an Expat Career

January 17, 2012

by Megan Fitzgerald, Founder of Career by Choice From When exploring the idea of working abroad, it is important to examine the challenges involved with such a move. By understanding and addressing the challenges, it is possible to discover solutions. It’s important to understand the challenges you will face if you decide to pursue […]

Facebook, Google and Dropbox Are Hiring Interns by the Boatload

January 9, 2012

From By Ellis Hamburger, SAI: Tools at Business Insider Silicon Valley mainstays and start ups like Google and Dropbox are hiring tons of interns for this coming summer, the Wall Street Journal Reports. Dropbox plans to hire three times as many interns for this summer as for last summer. This would make interns one […]

The 5 Hardest Jobs to Fill in 2012

January 3, 2012

By Keith Cline @ VentureFizz From While you’re planning your expansion, you’re going to find that talent is in short supply, especially in these five areas. So, what are the most competitive areas for talent these days? Here’s a look.

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