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More companies hiring temporary workers

From Walmart (NYSE: WMT) to General Motors (NYSE: GM) to PepsiCo. (NYSE: PEP), companies are increasingly turning to temporary workers, reports The Associated Press. These temporary workers – which include freelancers, contract workers and consultants – represent nearly 17 million people who have only thin ties to […]

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10 Ways The Job Search Has Changed

Job searching has changed dramatically over the past few years. If you want to succeed, you’ll have to take a much different approach than you did previously. Here are 10 things today’s job hunters need to know: 1. Google has replaced the resume. Recruiters are now using […]

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How Long Should My Resume Be?

  You’ve been there. You’re up late one night trolling job boards and in between travel ads the perfect job opportunity appears. You hear the heavenly hosts cheering you on and rush to update your resume. But before you add your latest and greatest skills and accomplishments, […]

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Best Tips For New Grads in 2013

As a recent college graduate leaving behind the world of academia, you’re heading toward new hurdles on the immediate horizon. This is the time of the dreaded “quarter-life crisis.” Unpredictability seems to surround everything—particularly when considering employment opportunities and financial stability. You face a rocky start in […]

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Millennial women not interested in top jobs: survey

Young women are more educated, more ambition, a greater part of workforce, yet the same old work-life balance issues drag on.   Tina Sims, M.A., ACRW, CPRW, GCDF‘s insight: I don’t think women face as much discrimination now, but the ambition to climb to the top is […]

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Find the Heart of Your Brand Storytelling with These 6 Questions

  What’s the first thing you do when meeting someone new? You ask them questions to unveil their story: Where are you from? What kind of work do you do? Do you have children? Do you come here often? Questioning a stranger is more than a polite […]

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Millennials and the Job Market

There is a great article over at Mashable titled: Why Can’t Millennials Find Jobs? That as I read it I kept shaking my head and thinking about schools, education and where this is all going. What I want to do is add my own thoughts to the […]

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Words to Leave Off Your Resume

When it comes to looking for a job, what you don’t say can be just as important as what you do say. Here are nine phrases and words to leave off your resume. Try Try simply shows a lack of belief, passion, commitment and confidence — all […]

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HAPPINESS IS A SKILL, RESEARCH FINDS

For the classic rat-race employee, the next promotion, a new house, a new car is supposed to bring contentment. Usually it doesn’t work. After a temporary jolt of joy, life returns to the less-than-satisfactory norm. Try turning that formula backward and you’re much more likely to find […]

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LinkedIn: How to network your way to your next job

LinkedIn: How to network your way to your next job http://www.social-hire.com/career–interview-advice/1031/linkedin-how-to-network-your-way-to-your-next-job?utm_content=buffer5eae7&utm_source=buffer&utm_medium=twitter&utm_campaign=Buffer You’ve heard it all before. If you want to find a job you need to network your way there. The odds of getting a job from applying online though a job board is incredibly small yet […]

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