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A Job Seekers Perspective

Job seeking – can it get anymore annoying????

I have been searching for full-time/part-time work now for approximately 9 months.

In the first couple of months there was not much around as it was leading up to Christmas, I did have about 2 or 3 interviews but missed out on the role as there was someone with more experience. 663 more words

The Importance of Purchasing Power behind Economic Prosperity:

Basic Economics that seems to have become a forgotten concept? To make money you need to spend money. A old saying in life & politics alike where it seems is not used to the effect it should be for economic growth , prosperity & strength. 695 more words


Applying For Summer Jobs? Part Or Full Time Salaries Can’t Pay For College Now

With today’s economy, young adults are trying to gather up enough financial resources to prepare them for the future ahead. Be it in a college or university, right now it is found to be impossible to pay for education with a summer job. 12 more words

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Trump Promises to Restore Jobs in an Industry That Collapsed in the 1950s

Today, Donald Trump spoke in Scranton, Pennsylvania, and promised to restore the jobs of coal miners.

I grew up in Scranton, and he might just as well have promised to restore the jobs of telegraph operators or those in typewriter factories. 664 more words


Want A Good Job? You Need A College Degree: More Evidence That It Is Necessary

It was said that as long as you have got the wit and the brains, you can get ahead in life and earn a decent living. 32 more words

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Connecting with local businesses

Last month the business brunch series wrapped up at Beckman Adult Center. Eleven local businesses attended the three sessions to learn about customized employment and the varied work abilities of people at each adult center. 86 more words


8 Things No One Tells You about Job Interviews

  1. The interviewer might care less about your qualifications and more about your hobbies and common interests.
  2. The interviewer might evaluate you by the cities you have lived verses your work experience and education.
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