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What’s the Best Job Search Website: Part 2

The pros and cons of the most popular social media job search sites Our Assessment In a previous article, we profiled the major job search websites and highlighted their differences. This time we’re focused on the job search portions of popular social media sites, including Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Each network is unique, with its […]

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Job Spotlight: Medical Secretary

Could this position heal your job search pains? Despite already having experience with several jobs, many working adults are unable to answer that age-old question: “What do you want to be when you grow up?” Our Job Spotlight monthly blog series is designed to help with that. In this series, we review all the basics […]

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Overcoming Barriers to Employment

What’s keeping you from your dream job? Usually when we talk about how hard the job search is, we focus on resumes, interviews, or the best websites to check out. Today, we’ll discuss logistical concerns. What does “logistical” mean when it comes to the job search? Think of it as all that fun stuff that […]

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Asking Relevant Questions After an Interview

Does your interviewer keep answering your questions before you can ask them? We’ve got you covered. Last month we asked what parts of the job interview process you need help with. You all agreed that asking relevant questions was your top pick, so that’s what we’re covering today! During your interview preparation journey, you’ve no […]

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Ask a Recruiter: Your Questions Answered—Part 1

Ask a Recruiter: Your Questions Answered—Part 1

Everything you wanted to know about the recruiting process. Last month, we asked readers what they wanted to hear about from recruiters. The response was huge. The same few questions kept popping up again and again, so we decided to feature them in a two-part blog series. We took your questions to our top recruiters, […]

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Revamp Your Job Search After 60

Show that age isn’t a factor with these hit websites Are you older and recently laid off? Decided it was time for a change when you reached mid-life? Hoping to finally find a job that lets you fulfill your passions? If your answers to any of these questions were yes, you’ve probably already realized how […]

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Save Money with Job Search Tax Deductions

Do the new 2018 tax rulings affect 2017 job search expenses? With the recent passage of new tax laws, some are worried about what it means when filing taxes for the 2017 fiscal year. The good news? The law doesn’t affect your 2017 tax filing. As far as deducting job search expenses go, you won’t […]

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On the Job Podcast – Forget the Big City … It’s the Country Life for Me

On the Job Podcast – Forget the Big City … It’s the Country Life for Me

In this week’s episode of On the Job, we hear from Katelyn and Brendan Foley, a husband and wife team who had enough of the corporate rat-race in New York City, so they packed up and headed for the Hudson Valley to begin new lives as farmers. In just two short years, they started their own business, […]

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On the Job Podcast – Mazel Tov: Stories from a Late-In-Life Rabbi

On the Job Podcast – Mazel Tov: Stories from a Late-In-Life Rabbi

In this week’s episode of On the Job, we hear the story of Jay Shupack, who has worn many hats throughout the course of his professional life—actor, door-to-door insurance salesman, psychologist, and more. But nothing prepared him for his latest and greatest career move: becoming a Rabbi. After years of soul-searching and some unexpected twists and turns, […]

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Job Searching Past Retirement Age

Changing careers isn’t easy You’ve worked for one company for the better part of a decade and were laid off yesterday. Now it’s time to look for a new job. Competition is fierce, so you’re happy to accept a lower ranking position if need be. Age is only a number, and you know that your […]

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