Afraid To Network?

May 25, 2010

by Deborah Brown-Volkman Most people I speak with know the value of networking. All the experts, including myself, say it’s the best pathway to your next great job or opportunity. But what happens if you don’t like to network? Or more specifically, you are afraid of it? To read this full article, please click […]

Top 10 Cities for New Grads

May 17, 2010

By: Kate Lorenz, CareerRookie Editor For new grads who plan to expand their job searches beyond their college towns or hometowns, and just released the third annual “Top 10 Best Cities for Recent College Graduates”based on the ranking of top U.S. cities with the highest concentration of young adults (age 20 to 24) […]

30 jobs that pay $30 an hour

May 10, 2010

By Anthony Balderrama, From Living Imagine someone walking up to you at the top of every hour and handing you a $20 bill. You’d be earning approximately the same amount of money that the average American does. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the national mean for hourly wages is $20.44. That […]

Turbo Charge Your Job Search with 12 Easy Networking Tips

May 3, 2010

From Not only are jobs scarce these days, but those that do exist are highly competitive. Whether you are just entering the workforce and trying to land your first job, or whether you want to continue to successfully climb the ladder, successful job search networking can give you a leg up on your competitors. […]

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