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  • 8 Tips for jobseekers over 40
    8 Tips for jobseekers over 40
    Navigating the job market after 40 can be somewhat of a daunting task. On the one hand you may have at 20 years of experience in your field but, the job market may view someone in your age bracket as being unwilling to readily embrace change....
  • How can unemployed or underemployed people save money?
    How can unemployed or underemployed people save money?
    There could be many reasons for being underemployed or unemployed. One reason could be that students have just graduated from college and are working at non professional jobs while applying for professional jobs. Another reason could be that...
  • Moving Family
    3 Tips for Downsizing
    Downsizing adds an extra layer of difficulty to the process of moving, which already has plenty of dilemmas and obstacles on its own. Empty nesters moving from a four-bedroom house to a one-bedroom apartment may find themselves struggling to fit...
  • UnemployedKitty
    How to Survive a Spell of Unemployment
    Though the economy is on the up and up, it’s still common to hear people complain about being out of work. Especially in a city as transient as DC, there are many people who are searching for jobs or waiting to start a new position. If you...
  • A record number of unemployed despite latest employment figures
    A record number of unemployed despite latest employment figures
    Despite the recent unemployment statistics, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) shows that the U.S. economy had added 288,000 jobs in April and brought down unemployment to 6.3 percent, but according to an analysis by CNS News, the numbers do not...
  • Employment Situation Summary for April 2014
    April Employment Situation Reports New Low
    Yesterday the US Department of Labor, Bureau or Labor Statistics (BLS) released the Employment Situation Summary for unemployment data collected during April 2014. Each month the BLS reports on the Employment Situation by surveying households...
  • Businessman Lifting Overload Files
    Unemployment is a large issue and no cure is in sight
    Due to the current status of economy millions of American people are unemployed and the numbers are still rising as employers are making the choice to lay off employees or not hire. It is not only current employees being released from their jobs...
  • Happy workers
    Washington State has more jobs now than before the Great Recession
    The Employment Security Department announced yesterday that Washington State has not only recovered all of the jobs that were lost during the Great Recession, but actually has more now than before the state entered into this time period.This...
  • Obama's USF Irvin Works talk
    US Dept of Labor presents $150 million in grant money for long-term unemployed
    In his State of the Union Address in January, President Obama spoke about focusing on job creation and growth as well as helping people get the help, skills, and training they need to not only be employed, but successful.Recently, the United...
  • Janitor Throws Out $14,000 Worth Of Art
    Janitor Throws Out $14,000 Worth Of Art
    Having sometimes stood in a Nashville unemployment line through no fault of our own, or having family and friends who were in the same situation, we can only feel sympathy for the worker mentioned in the attached video, and we think you will too....
  • 403B funds
    403B fed tax and under 59 penalty tax waivers for the unemployed in California
    In today’s sluggish economy, 403B funds serve as unemployment insurance and not retirement funds. Those unemployed with no unemployment insurance to rely on due to the exhaustion of unemployment funds for those unemployed after 26 weeks in...
  • Help wanted
    How to find a job when you're unemployed
    Finding a new job can be daunting, especially in a post-recession economy. The rules have changed; companies are running leaner, people are working longer, and the job market has become incredibly competitive. Having anything other than ideal...
  • Unemployment benefits need extended along with economic reforms
    To extend long-term unemployed benefits or not to extend long-term unemployment
    Having not extended long-term unemployment benefits for 1.3 million Americans, the Senate is now arguing over an extension costing 6.5 billion dollars for three months worth of benefits. Certainly, the US government spends far more money on far...
  • Although unemployment has gone down steadily nationwide, over a million Americans face very gloomy prospects in the next few weeks.
    1.3 million may lose unemployment benefits by year's end
    Over 1.3 million Americans are facing the likelihood of losing their unemployment benefits by the end of the year, according to NBC News, Dec.11, 2013. The unemployment checks, which are slated to be curtailed on December 28th, were federally...
  • Sitel seeking to fill 3,500 new jobs across the U.S. and Canada
    Sitel seeking to fill 3,500 new jobs across the U.S. and Canada
    Americans that are still struggling to find work, especially this time of the year, will be relieved to learn that Sitel will be seeking to fill 3,500 new jobs for full-time roles at contact centers and the Work@Home Solutions program.Sitel, a...