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Home About Us How It Works FAQs Contact Resources Request a Proposal Wednesday, February 24th, 2010 Making Job Search Fun (Yeah, That’s Right!) Job search is tough and it’s certainly a lot of work; but it doesn’t have to be drudgery. Job Search News [.]

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5 Job Search Tips For Engineers

Career Realism

If you have just graduated from college with engineering as your major and are looking for a job, don’t get desperate. You can easily find your first job if you know where and how to look. Graduates therefore need to go an extra mile to land jobs in the competitive field.

Searching for My One True Job: Why Job Searches Should Mirror Online Dating Expectations

The Undercover Recruiter

But according to the numerous job sites I’ve signed up for, this is who I am. Well I’ve got something to say job sites: you don’t know me ! Job searching is important – it is your future after all. First – job boards: By: Miss Treats House of Delights.

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The Value of Job Search Support Groups

Water Cooler Wisdom

« 5 Success Tips for Gen Y | Main | 7 Business Travel Musts » October 14, 2010 The Value of Job Search Support Groups A WCW reader wrote in with this question: I've been out of work for a few months, and it's starting to get to me. 

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6 Hot Careers in Engineering

Career Alley

If you are thinking of a career in Engineering or if you are already an Engineer, then it makes sense to know the some of the engineering career choices, including salary expectations and leads on where to find a job. Finding a jobJob search links ==>> Petroleum Engineer Jobs.

keep your cool while you job search!

Resume Writing

Resume Writing Blog: Creating Prints Master Resume Writer | Certified Resume Writer | Expert provides free resume writing information, resume help, tips, advice, career job searching tools, online social networking via this Resume Blog, Resume Writing Blog, Career Blog. Taking a deliberate approach and calculating the time you spend job searching will help you keep your sanity, nurture a positive outlook, and will be a more effective way to conduct your job search.

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Risky Business: The 7 Most Dangerous Jobs in the US

Career Alley

Below is a list of the 7 most dangerous jobs in America based upon the number of fatalities per 100,000 full-time workers. For those not looking to put their skin on the line, the BLS data would recommend finding a job in the peaceful settings of education, training, and library occupations.

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Emerging Computer Science Career Opportunities

Career Alley

million jobs in the sector by the year 2018. Moreover, students are already experiencing this boom in job demand, with 80% of computer science majors from the University of Texas, Dallas, having jobs lined up before graduation. Good luck in your search. Jobs by.

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Emerging Careers In Civil Engineering

Career Alley

Currently, civil engineering is one of the major careers any person can acquire and one of the highest paying jobs anyone can find. Providing the best means for providing this necessity is the main job of transportation engineers.

What Industry and Where You Live Helps in Finding a Job!

Resume Bear

economy out of a deep recession, your chances of finding job depend a lot on where you live and what industry you’re hoping to work for. The patchy pace of job creation is reflected in the latest jobs data. Some occupations have been all but immune to the job downturn.

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New Careers In the International Market

Career Alley

As the United States economy appears to slow down and as unemployment remains sluggish, more and more job seekers are turning to the international marketplace in order to pursue their career. Just like the leading career provider in the US is the government, you can find plenty of state jobs outside the US as well. Good luck in your search. 5 Job Interview Tips for Today’s Job Market. The Competitive Job Market Requiring More Education.

Health Effects of Aviation Jobs: Why You Should Be More Conscious

Career Alley

Working in the aviation industry can be very rewarding, especially if you consider the luxurious aspect of the job, but there are some health risks that aircraft crew and pilots need to keep in mind. Here are some common and sometimes dangerous health effects of aviation jobs: Environmental stressors. In addition to this, the chemical pollutants in the environment including ozone and combustion products of jet fuels can be seriously damaging to one’s health.

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An Interview with @interview_ed

The Job Quest

His misadventures on the job hunt include important lessons mixed with wry humor. With some job seekers still in the midst of lengthy job searches, the humor that Ed provides is just what the doctor ordered. TJQ: So, Ed — how long have you been looking for a job?

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Is a Counseling Career Right for You? - Jobacle.com BLOG - Career.

Jobacle

Jobs like Child Protective Services require a BSW. · Master’s in Psychology – While there are some jobs, most psychology Master’s program grads will go on to get their Ph.D. You are caring for people on a daily basis and it’s your job.

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“18 Tips to Address Job-Loss Anxiety and Blues”

Sklover Working Wisdom

ACTUAL “CASE HISTORIES ”: There is no reason to share any “case histories” with anyone who has ever been employed, is now employed, who wants to be employed or who experienced job loss. Losing your job hurts, and even the thought of losing your job gnaws at your inner self. Simply put, there’s barely a person among us in this job market who is truly job-secure. . And, for this reason, we offer you these 18 Tips to Reduce Job-Loss Anxiety and Blues. .

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Have you ever gotten a job from a job fair?

Ask A Manager

About Me Contact Books Reviews Ask a Manager Have you ever gotten a job from a job fair? March 14, 2011 In response to the previous post on job fairs , a commenter asked: I have attended my alma mater’s industry-specific career fair the past few years.

office security guard won't leave me alone — Ask a Manager

Ask A Manager

I like to maintain a friendly demeanor (it’s part of my job) and I don’t mind the occasional chat. What advice do other people have? This is such practical advice. Glad folks like you are around to give solid advice. Have you ever gotten a job from a job fair?

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Announcing: Brazen Careerist Top 50 Places to Work | Penelope.

Penelope Trunk

About this blog | About my company, Brazen Careerist | Penelopes guide to starting a blog Announcing: Brazen Careerist Top 50 Places to Work Posted to: Job Hunt December 16th, 2009 Del.icio.us Anyone can go to a place like Payscale and find out what other people in a similar geographic location are getting paid for a similar job. If you work in, say, aircraft manufacturing or the chemical process industry, you'll be in a guy shop. Is this your first time here?

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