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Need a Job? Seasonal Work Is Here

Need a Job? Seasonal Work Is Here

The holiday season may still seem far off, but now is the time to start looking for work if you plan to find a seasonal job this year. Every year, the holiday season helps put millions of people to work in jobs that may begin as temporary employment, but often turn into permanent employment. There […]

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Make a Cool Impression at Your Summer Job

Every summer, many students look for temporary work while they take a break from school. Summer jobs are a great way to make money, meet new people, and enhance your resume. They’re also an important stepping stone in your career path, whether the job you choose is part of your overall career goals or not. […]

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Be a Leader on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

One of the greatest leaders in American history was Martin Luther King, Jr. His leadership, influence, and impact on the civil rights movement was so memorable that he has a day dedicated in his honor – Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Observed on the third Monday of January, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day is a […]

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Poll: What Is the Key Factor That Contributes to Your Job Satisfaction?

Poll: What Is the Key Factor That Contributes to Your Job Satisfaction?

The new year is just around the corner and with it often comes a renewed focus on goals. From losing weight to saving money, many people will create New Year’s resolutions and develop plans to stick with them. As you look toward 2015, you might plan to increase your job search efforts by applying to […]

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The Results Are In: Do You Plan on Looking for Seasonal Work This Year?

The holiday season is the busiest time of year for many businesses, and it’s just around the corner! Since some employers look to staffing companies during this peak shopping season, we asked Movin’ On Up readers if they plan on looking for seasonal work this year. The results suggest that the majority of those polled […]

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How You Can Thrive in Today’s Changing Workforce

For millions of workers, the fixed schedule full-time 40 hour workweek is a thing of the past. Looking for greater flexibility and new opportunities, job seekers are turning away from the traditional employer-employee relationship and eight to five work day. The number of temporary workers, independent contingent workers, and freelancers is increasing to record highs […]

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3 Extreme Job Search Tips

If you’ve been on the job hunt for any time at all, you’re probably very familiar with the common pieces of advice. There are hundreds of tips out there, ranging from how to keep your job search low-tech and what to wear for success to how to find new leads and using apps to organize […]

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I RESIGN – The Best Way to Quit Your Job

Giving your resignation to your boss is never an easy thing to do. You may not get along with your boss or you may dislike your job, but it’s still important to quit your job professionally and with tact. If you’re preparing to resign from a job, plan it out and handle it as carefully […]

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Does Being Unemployed Make You Unemployable?

“If I’m unemployed, is it making me less employable for the jobs I’m applying for?” It’s the question facing millions of people who struggle to find work in a weak job market. One of the long-lasting impacts of the Great Recession is how many job seekers are continuing to have trouble starting over in a […]

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5 Great Apps To Help You Prepare For An Interview

  “There’s an app for that!” is an iconic Apple Inc. slogan, one of several companies capitalizing off of the trend of desktops being replaced by mobile devices. According to a five year report by “Flurry,” a leading producer of app analytics, consumers now spend two hours and 42 minutes a day on their phone, […]

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