New Study Shows Hiring Landscape is Looking Up

shutterstock_114920563It could be possible that the doom and gloom hiring forecasts of the last couple of years could be leveling off a bit, according to findings from the June 2014 Bureau of Labor Statistics Job Openings and Labor Turnover report. The research indicates that from May to June, as well as over the last year, there has been little change in terms of job openings and employee turnover. While that’s hardly spectacular news that indicates a job boom, it does imply that employers are maintaining or slightly increasing the size of their staffs.Continue Reading

You Might Be Your Own Boss Someday – What You Need to Know

what you need to know to be your own boss

A new study projects that 1 in 2 Americans will be self-employed freelancers by 2020.

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New Job? Some First Day Faux Pas to Avoid

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First impressions can set the tone for how quickly you can rise in the ranks, so here are some common mistakes for new hires to avoid.

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How Job Hunting is a Lot Like a Trip to Disney World


By applying some Disney vacation strategies to your job search, it could be just the sprinkle of magic you need to make your (career) wishes come true.

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Steer Clear of These 6 Job Interview Fails


In a survey of 2,000 bosses, 33 percent claimed they know within the first 90 seconds of an interview whether or not they will hire someone. Fail to do one of these six things on a job interview and your time may be up quick!

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