The labor market—and the economy overall—is improving, albeit gradually, with employers adding 236,000 jobs in February. That gain brought the unemployment rate down a few ticks from 7.9 percent to 7.7, its lowest point in four years.
If you’re great at networking, filling out online applications and following up, chances are, you’ve landed an interview or two. Good work. That’s not so easy these days. But your work isn’t over. In fact, your work is just beginning. The interview is where your true job-getting skills will have to c…
Townsquare Media is looking for a highly motivated entry level “Computer Geek” to join our team. We have a position open for a technically minded person, who will assist our Engineer in a variety of Engineering functions.
As kids, we typically had to listen to adults preach to us about how we needed to study hard in school to become doctors and lawyers. However, what they didn’t tell us is that it was possible to earn six figures doing other, more unusual work.
Just because the unemployment rate is high doesn’t mean everyone is desperate for work — some are even willing to leave their jobs altogether. And when they do, the reasons they sometimes give are rather eyebrow-raising.
The age of Big Brother is truly upon us. Last week the Federal Trade Commission approved a company called Social Intelligence, which touts itself as a modern way for firms to screen potential employees.