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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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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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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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25 companies who are hiring new graduates this year

Resume Bear

Candidate qualities: Must have good grades; leadership potential; strong communication and computer skills; analytical and problem-solving skills; customer focus; looking for a career, not just a job. Open positions: Finance, risk, treasury, audit and IT jobs.

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10 More Reasons You Should Exercise Regularly

JobMob

You know you should do it, and your job search is a great time to do it. Here’s my original list of 10 Mighty Reasons to Work Out During Your Job Search. Settle at least part of your job search into a routine. Add some fun to your job search.

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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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