Archive | November, 2010

Salary secrecy

Like most college students, I used to work during my summer and winter breaks.… Read More

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Live Webcast: Navigating Challenges in Global Enterprise Leadership

In this interactive discussion, Tuesday, December 7, 11 am-12:15 pm ET, industry experts Victor Deyglio (The Logistics Institute) and Irvin Varkonyi (American Public University), will present solutions to the challenges faced by logisticians.

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Shopping for a job this holiday

Every year, retailers gearing up for the holiday season bring on a large number of temporary workers whose job it will be to help manage hoards of consumers on peak shopping days throughout the season.… Read More

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CareerBuilder and USA Today’s Q4 2010 Job Forecast, Part II

As discussed in my last post, the first three quarters of 2010 saw positive developments in hiring, and CareerBuilder and USA Today’s Q4 Job Forecast expects that trend to continue, with 21% of employers reporting that they plan to hire additional full-time permanent employees during the fourth quarter.… Read More

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Careers in Transportation and Logistics Management

This webcast features experts from the transportation and logistics field discussing variety of career possibilities and opportunities available in the transportation industry. 

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CareerBuilder and USA Today’s Q4 2010 Job Forecast, Part I

Like other job forecasts released each quarter this year by CareerBuilder and USA Today, the forecast for the fourth quarter contains more than a kernel of optimism.… Read More

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How To: Social Neworking for Job Searches

Social networks can turbo-charge your job search. You can connect to people in an entirely new way — a new process, really – including those making hiring decisions.… Read More

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The job seeker’s bill of rights

A number of years ago, while I was still studying for my bachelor’s, I applied for a job administering summer programs for a nearby local government.… Read More

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