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Top 10 Cities For New Grads

Resume Bear

According to this info graphic here , Kiplinger has compiled the best cities for new grads. Consider below, in no particular order, the top ten cities that offer much more for your career development: East Coast Cities. Midwest Cities. West Coast Cities.

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Top 50 LinkedIn Subgroups for Job Seekers and Recruiters

JobMob

San Diego Job & Career Network – 1,417 members – a subgroup of USA Job & Career Network. A Subgroup specialized for Israeli 40+ (Over 40) “Old and Wise&# jobs seekers that wants to enlarge the diverse of employment opportunities, Employees who knows of a position and for recruiters that knows the benefits of hiring 40+ employees. New York Careers, Networking and Jobs – 1,741 members – a subgroup of Job Postings and Job Boards!

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Test: Is your life happy or interesting? | Penelope Trunk's Brazen.

Penelope Trunk

Minus one You would have to earn $150,000 more from a job if you were doing it far away from family, according to economist Nattavudh Powdthavee of University of York. Minus one Diversity is interesting, but in small groups (like friends) it does not make for happiness, according to Frans Johansson, author of The Medici Effect. The ratio of therapists to citizens is lowest in populations that skew to maximizers (like New York City and San Francisco).

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Do you overemphasize happiness? | Penelope Trunk's Brazen Careerist

Penelope Trunk

When it comes to self-reporting happiness, New Yorkers report being less happy than everyone else, and they don't care. New Yorkers love that they can get the best of everything - they want that more than they want to be happy. Here's what I have believed FOR A LONG TIME: You know that song "New York, New York"? I just spent all of 2008 and the majority of 2009 miserable and said that my new measure of success was a level of happiness.

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How to manage a college education | Penelope Trunk's Brazen Careerist

Penelope Trunk

My new job isn't what I want to do forever, but it is putting money in the bank to fund my interests, and gaining me experience in communications. Imagine my shock 4 months into my new job when the hiring manager told me that she didn't give a fig about my degree. Indeed, the employers who are brought to our campus have said they like the diversity of skills and experiences that our liberal arts and sciences grads have to offer. Is this your first time here?

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