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What for, sometimes weird, job market barriers exist for university graduates?

It can be frustrating to enter the job market after graduating, right? Well, at least for several people it is.
This article refers to people who the author knows, himself and what he found on the internet, while browsing the countless posts from many graduates. 1,024 more words


Desert Job Expo Set For September

September 10th desert businesses will be given the opportunity to network and recruit qualified employees for their employment positions. Are you the right person for the job? 64 more words


Case study: Summer internship at United States Congress in Washington, D.C

Hi! I’m Patrick, a final year undergrad studying International Relations. Over the summer I interned for the United States Congress in Washington, D.C. Specifically I worked for Congressman Steve Israel, who represents New York’s 3rd Congressional district and is the current chairman of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (the national organizing arm of the Democratic Party). 745 more words


Success Begins With Understanding People

How often do one face a problem of losing employees? Or end up firing them cos we think that they aren’t what we’re looking for? Worse, we blamed them for being lazy, unproductive, and the list goes on. 886 more words


Temp Professionals: An Employment Agency Ace in the Hole

Adecco is Canada’s largest employment agency, staffing both temps and permanent employees. That means that we’re keenly aware of the line many people draw between what they think a temp would do for work versus what a permanent placement would. 866 more words


IPPR report Remember the young ones: improving career opportunities for Britain’s young people

A major report published last week by the IPPR and written by Tony Dolphin looks at the recent history of vocational training for young people. He also considers lessons from Europe and makes a range of recommendations, including on careers advice in schools and reforming the vocational system. 728 more words


Work Life Balance- a 'Radical' Decision?

Max Shireson is the CEO of a top Silicon Valley software company. He received considerable media attention last week, after blogging about his ‘radical’ decision to opt for increased work/life balance, leaving his high-power role. 256 more words

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