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  • +7

    Where the Jobs Are for Young Grads

    Where the Jobs Are for Young Grads
    If you’re young and fresh out of college, you’re unlucky enough to be graduating into one of the toughest job markets in history. But one economist aims to answer the question so many recent college graduates have: where can people like me find a job? Mike Mandel, the chief economist at Visible Economy LLC, compiled the data from analysis of the ...
    Published over 6 years ago | Rated: +7
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    5 Benefits of Creating an Online Portfolio

    5 Benefits of Creating an Online Portfolio
    Online portfolios aren’t just for certain fields or industries anymore. The importance of having a professional online presence is more important than ever, and an online portfolio will certainly increase your visibility and presence. Creating your portfolio website allows you to share and showcase your work easily with the employers you’d like to work for. 1. Professional way to showcase your ...
    Published over 6 years ago | Rated: +6
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    All About Virtual Internships

    All About Virtual Internships
    While it may sound like something out of the Jetsons, virtual internships are a legitimate way to get resume experience. More and more companies are utilizing them because employers find them beneficial in a variety of ways from a larger applicant pool to saving time, space and money on utilizing workers only when necessary. In short, the virtual internship is growing ...
    Published about 1 month ago | Rated: +19
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    12 Tips to Make the Most of Your Job References

    12 Tips to Make the Most of Your Job References
    When it comes to asking for a job reference, there’s a method that borders on an art form. But, it’s necessary to do so because anytime you’re looking for a job, whether you’re in the job search now or in the future, you’re going to be asked for references. And, it’s always good to have them in your back pocket. Depending ...
    Published about 1 month ago | Rated: +27
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    15 Companies Hiring Now

    Times are tough. And these days, it seems like everyone is looking for an entry-level job. But don't be discouraged by all the depressing news. Work smarter not harder. How? You just need to know where to look. Luckily, MonsterCollege's done the research for you. We've identified fifteen companies that are hiring near you -- even now! Read the descriptions ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rated: +32
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    3 Ways Green Companies Can Clean Up Their Hiring Processes

    3 Ways Green Companies Can Clean Up Their Hiring Processes
    As companies emerge from recession-induced hibernation, shake off hiring freezes, and start to cautiously advertise job openings again, they're finding an entirely different landscape than when they did their last round of recruiting. The holy grail for jobseekers? A meaningful, green job. Many factors have swirled together to create this phenomenon: unemployment rates around 9.5 percent; buzz about green jobs has ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rated: +5
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    Grad Students Petition for Employee Status: Labor Board Reconsiders Stance

    Grad Students Petition for Employee Status: Labor Board Reconsiders Stance
    For most graduate students, teaching undergraduates, research and grading can take up long hours. But, they’re still considered students, not employees. Most of these students, however, will tell you that this is, in fact, work and would like to be considered employees by universities rather than students. While many graduate students are given a stipend and some even have the benefit ...
    Published about 1 year ago | Rated: +23
  • +27

    Study Reveals Why Millennials Are Broke

    Study Reveals Why Millennials Are Broke
    If you’re a broke Millennial, unfortunately, you’re not alone. Apparently, statistics show that there’s a significant reason for this, too. According to Post Grad Problems, Millennial workers’ wages are about the same today as they were in the 1980s. Yes, you read that correctly: Millennials are making the same projected salary as they would have in the 1980s. These statistics were ...
    Published about 1 year ago | Rated: +27
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    Let's Get Legal: Guidelines for Paid or Unpaid Internships

    Let's Get Legal: Guidelines for Paid or Unpaid Internships
    One of the greatest woes of an internship is that it is, more often than not, unpaid. Interns are often the hardest working employees because they want nothing but experience or, perhaps, opportunities in return for a job well done. Employers know this and, unfortunately, sometimes take advantage of the situation by keeping interns longer than necessary, making them work for ...
    Published about 1 month ago | Rated: +15
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    Make the Most of the Monster Network. It's Not Just a Job Search Engine.

    Make the Most of the Monster Network.  It's Not Just a Job Search Engine.
    Monster Monster.com - Job search career advice, and networking Hiring.Monster.com - Post jobs and search resumes on Monster.com Jobs.com - Global job search FlipDog.com - Job search and employment opportunitiesUSAJobs.com - The federal government's official job siteQuickHire.com - Monster government solutions MonsterWorldwide.com - Monster corporate websiteMonsterhires.com - Job opportunities at MonsterTMP.com - Recruitment advertising and yellow page advertising agency Campus FastWeb.com ...
    Published over 4 years ago | Rated: +12
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    College Gives Women an Employment Edge Over Men

    College Gives Women an Employment Edge Over Men
    It’s a fact: those with college educations generally have a better chance of finding a job. But a recently released study on young adults indicates a college degree is even more important for women. Young women who have not graduated college have a tougher time finding a job than men in the same boat, the study found. But in contrast, women ...
    Published about 6 years ago | Rated: +6
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    UniversityLoveConnection.Com Buys Gold Coins for Its College Internship Program to Issue to Students Rather Than Cash

    UniversityLoveConnection.Com Buys Gold Coins for Its College Internship Program to Issue to Students Rather Than Cash
    UniversityLoveConnection.com offers College Internships to Bachelor and Master degree students for college credit starting summer through fall 2009-2010. Each student will receive full credit for their computer science or related degrees. This is a non paid internship, so Michael Rotkin, Founder of UniversityLoveConnection.com, worked out a deal with a Gold company to give back to the students. "Gold Coin value is ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rated: +3
  • +32

    8 Signs You’re Slacking in Your Job Search

    8 Signs You’re Slacking in Your Job Search
    In this economy, it’s easy to blame the unsuccessful job search on the market. Maybe you assume you’re not getting interviews because nobody is hiring or you’re not getting the job after the interview because there’s such high competition out there that you have a lesser chance. But, is that really the case or is it just an excuse for a ...
    Published about 1 month ago | Rated: +32
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    Tips to Land (and Keep) the Job You Want

    Tips to Land (and Keep) the Job You Want
    The job search process is a funny thing. You have to be able to represent yourself, your experience and your history on a single sheet of paper. If you’re lucky enough to get an interview, you’ve got around an hour to demonstrate your capable, professional self and convince the interviewer to become your advocate. That being said, these tasks are clearly ...
    Published about 1 month ago | Rated: +16
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    What 2008's Hiring Outlook Says About Hiring Trends

    What 2008's Hiring Outlook Says About Hiring Trends
    Admitedly, 2009 is not 2008, but what does looking back a year tell us about the emerging labor market? As we started 2008 the hot jobs were quantitative. In fact, it's been said that 2008 was the year of the quant. By quant, we mean not just quantitative analysts, those brainiacs of finance who drive many a hedge fund’s oversized returns ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Do College Endowments Affect Graduates' Salaries?

    Do College Endowments Affect Graduates' Salaries?
    The size of a university's endowment is frequently a measure of its wealth and prestige. Despite the significant hit that endowments took last year—plummeting an average of nearly 20 percent—many schools still have enormous resources at their disposal. But is that money being spent on improving the education of students, and how well do those substantial sums of money help students ...
    Published about 7 years ago | Rated: +4
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    15 Networking Mistakes You Can't Make

    Networking, networking, networking. We’ve all heard about it and we’re sure you’re all doing it — but are you doing it right? Trying to develop job leads and new business contacts the wrong way can be just as damaging as not trying at all, if not worse. You want to (net)work smart, not hard, so make sure you’re making all the ...
    Published about 7 years ago | Rated: +5
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    Stand Out as an Applicant: Tips for Internship Interviews

    Stand Out as an Applicant: Tips for Internship Interviews
    No matter where you are in life, interviews are stressful. Whether you’ve been through hundreds or it’s your first interview experience, the preparation process is filled with anxiety. Chances are, if you’re interviewing for an internship opportunity, you haven’t been through that many interviews in your lifetime. But, the more you prepare, the less anxious you’ll feel. Lucky for you, the ...
    Published 3 months ago | Rated: +21
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    College Degree Gender Gap Widens for Gen X

    College Degree Gender Gap Widens for Gen X
    According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, women have long outpaced men in their pursuits of higher education. A recent study, however, shows that the trend is accelerating at an alarming rate amongst those from Generation X. Within a long-term Bureau of Labor Statistics study, entitled the “National Longitudinal Survey of Youth 1997,” researchers tracked 9,000 students from ages 12-17 (beginning ...
    Published about 3 years ago | Rated: +20
  • +5

    Twitter is the New Tool for Job Seekers

    Being in the job search is tough and as a job seeker you are not alone, especially with the more than 15 million who are out of work and in the job hunt. People don’t prepare for the job search although they should at least six months in advance. This provides you an opportunity to grow and build your network ...
    Published about 7 years ago | Rated: +5