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  • How might your career change over your lifetime?
    How might your career change over your lifetime?
    Career change seems have become a given in the today’s job market. This article will discuss different types of career change that American workers might experience during their careers, and how they can manage this change.One type of career...
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    WA State April unemployment rate drops down to 5.5%
    Yesterday, the Employment Security Department released our state’s unemployment rate of 5.5% for April. This is a drop from March’s reported rate of 5.9% and is just a bit under the rest of the United States, which was reported at a...
  • Those who post fake job ads can steal applicants’ identities
    Those who post fake job ads can steal applicants’ identities
    Just as burglars, home invaders or looters can steal preppers’ money and possessions, identity thieves can steal preppers’ money and good reputations. This article will discuss how identity thieves can do this by using fake job ads...
  • What career is right for you? How to research and find your passion
    What career is right for you? How to research and find your passion
    Many people struggle to find and get the job they’d really like. They may think they don’t have enough experience or the right experience, and many times may not even apply for the job they’d like to have and they miss out on a...
  • How do you answer this question, "I have a college degree..."
    How do you answer this question, "I have a college degree..."
    You've earned a college degree (congrats!) and have been out of school a few years, so now you fall into one of these 5 categories. Pick one:_A. I have a job and I am willing to do what it takes to advance.There is no indication here that your...
  • Leaving a job is an important career action
    Leaving a job is an important career action
    The number of people leaving jobs is at the highest rate since the 2009 downturn of the economy. Many are probably leaving because they are understaffed and doing the jobs of two or three people.This, however, is only one reason to consider...
  • Prepare for and conduct job interviews with positive self-talk
    Prepare for and conduct job interviews with positive self-talk
    Self-talk is the stream of thoughts that constantly go on in our heads. A person with mainly negative self-talk tends to be a pessimist. A person with mainly positive self-talk tends to be an optimist.There are two ways to prepare for and conduct...
  • Blue Wasabi Job Fair
    Earn Some Green While Working at Blue----Wasabi in Gilbert
    Are you looking for a new job in the East Valley? Blue Wasabi Sushi and Martini Bar in San Tan Village will be holding a job fair on Thursday, May 7, 2015 from 11am until 3pm. The contemporary sushi restaurant will be filling 15 positions...
  • Tarell Alvin McCraney
    Berkeley Repertory Theatre summons Job in Head of Passes
    The National Review focused on how a minimum-wage hike was ill-timed for one San Francisco shopkeeper before Free Comic Book Day Saturday, May 2. A performing arts enthusiast might wonder why the lines gather more easily outside the Berkeley...
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    USDOL announces $150 million in grants available for re-employment programs
    On Wednesday, the United States Department of Labor announced the availability of $150 million in grant money to expand job training and tactics for re-employment for those folks that are unemployed. This grant money comes from the Sector...
  • Public libraries can help job seekers to find jobs
    Public libraries can help job seekers to find jobs
    Public libraries offer a wide range of products and services to job seekers, including:1. Books and DVDs about job search.2. Books and DVDs about career exploration and career change.3. Computer and software training classes.4. Internet connected...
  • Aging workers
    Aging job seekers: how old is too old
    We have all heard that age discrimination is illegal; however, not hiring a person due to their age, in-and-of itself, is not necessarily illegal. This really only applies when the age of an applicant can hinder their ability to perform the...
  • Lee Iacocca, Where have all the Leaders gone?
    The underemployed trying to carry the weight of America’s Economy
    There are too many bogus statistics out there to generate idiotic articles like Will Deener’s article “Deener: Poorly educated, don’t-give-a-damn workers are dragging down the economy.” I know this is what an article should...
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    WA State's March unemployment rate drops down to estimated 5.9%
    On Wednesday, the Employment Security Department announced the March unemployment rate dropped from February’s number of 6.3% down to an estimated number of 5.9%. In comparison, the unemployment rate for the rest of the nation is 5.5%.From a...
  • USDOL announces $15 million in grants for job-seeking disabled adults and youths
    USDOL announces $15 million in grants for job-seeking disabled adults and youths
    Yesterday, the United States Department of Labor announced the availability of $15 million in grants aimed at serving the needs of disabled youths and adults looking for work. This is the sixth round of funding that has been made available through...
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