Jobbing Archive: April, 2012

College tips for getting hired

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Holly Paul, U.S. recruiting leader for PricewaterhouseCoopers, said she knows how hard it has been for college graduates to find jobs. (You... Read more

Millennials ask why - and that's healthy

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Millennials have taken a bad rap in the workplace, said Holly Paul, U.S. recruiting leader for PricewaterhouseCoopers, one of the big four... Read more

But what about her dreams?

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Lindsay Runyen, 23, dreams of being a history teacher, but instead, she's working as a waitress and a bartender at Winnie's LeBus in Manayunk... Read more

All that hard work. Where's the payoff?

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A couple years ago, Lindsay Runyen's father was laid off from work. She saw how much he suffered -- how his many years of experience turned... Read more

Halfway house

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Lindsay Runyen, 23, a bartender and waitress who dreams of teaching history, describes Winnie's LeBus, a Manayunk bar and eatery, as a halfway... Read more

Hanging by a thread

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There's another reason young people keep "Struggling for Work" as reported in Sunday's Inquirer. It's because they aren't so attached to the... Read more

Network, network, network

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Two weeks ago, Mark DiBattista, of Medford, was one of the nation's 12.8 million unemployed. Out of work for nearly two years, he was one unemployment... Read more

Share a pink slip, share a job

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What would happen, if, instead of laying off employees during a business slowdown, companies instead allowed employees to share jobs? That's... Read more