10 Things You Do That Blow The Interview

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Below I have listed 10 Things You Do That Blow The Interview 1. Your Attire Your interview attire is outdated messy too tight to loose (Dress pants shouldn’t look like pajamas) slutty (ladies!) too revealing too flashy. Sometimes you won’t find these dress codes in writing; but if you look around you’ll find that all employees are dressed in a similar way. Take note: It is always better to be slightly overdressed… Read More

Class of 2012: More jobs, bigger paychecks

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NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — This year’s college graduates are being offered more jobs and fatter paychecks. Members of the Class of 2012 are being offered median starting salaries of $42,569 — up 4.5% from last year, a new report from the National Association of Colleges and Employers shows. Meanwhile, they have more jobs to choose from. Employers expect to hire 10.2% more graduates this year than they did last year, according to… Read More

Use Your Snooze Alarm to Stay On Task in the Morning

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While staying in bed and snoozing your alarm will certainly make you late for work, reader Mythimna shows us how you can use it to keep you moving quickly in the morning. Instead of snoozing your alarm while staying in bed, snooze it as you run around the house getting ready to leave: If you have trouble staying on task in the morning, don’t turn off your alarm. Just hit snooze. Each… Read More

No Longer Hiring: Jobs That Died in 2011

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(Jen Hubley Luckwaldt, PayScale.com) The tech-savvy, newest generation of workers grew up hearing that the jobs they would hold as adults hadn’t even been invented yet. No one mentioned that the jobs they had come to think of as permanent might become a thing of the past. This year has been a rough one for many industries. In fact, many fields were plagued with layoffs and budget cuts severe enough to threaten… Read More

10 Dream Jobs That Aren’t That Glamorous

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Who wouldn’t want to be a travel writer? They visit some of the most interesting and beautiful places in the world, and they get paid for it. Or a celebrity assistant? They get to hang out with celebrities! The truth is that while these jobs certainly do come with great perks, even so-called “dream jobs” aren’t perfect. Though all 10 of the following people love their careers and wouldn’t change them for… Read More

Can We Educate Our Way Out of the Unemployment Crisis?

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PRESIDENT BARAK OBAMA SPEND YESTERDAY IN CALIFORNIA, FIELDING QUESTIONS ABOUT ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY AND PUTTING AMERICA BACK TO WORK at a Silicon Valley town hall hosted by social media site LinkedIn. As the nation grapples with a 9.1 percent unemployment rate, the connection between education and ending the nation’s unemployment crisis dominated the conversation.