Thursday, May 28, 2015

Jobs

(TNS) Sorry about this Mr. Candlestick Maker, but employers aren’t looking for you. Companies do, however, need butchers, bakers, mechanics and...
Interviewing for an internship is a little different than interviewing for a permanent job.
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Trying to be mom of the year with a career, kids and a personal life? Some states make it more difficult&hellip...
NEW YORK (MainStreet) – The Class of 2015 is glad the unemployment rate is lower, but young Americans still don't necessarily like their odds for&hellip...
When Kurtis Deal, then a janitor at Forman Mills, realized that his trainee "Brad Bandini" was actually the chief executive of his company, his heart rose into his throat. Because, in between cleaning bathrooms and sweeping floors, Deal let Bandini know what he really thought about working at the discount retailer and it wasn't pretty. "Running through my mind was, `What did I say to this guy?' Deal said.
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- The longer you don't have a job, the harder it can be to find one. It probably feels like you have&hellip...
Most people have a day here or there when they feel drained and nothing goes right, despite all their hard work.
Fresh out of college in 2002, Itamar Orgad felt uncertain about what career path to follow.
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Flexible work -- or perhaps it should be known as flexible retirement -- is a movement that’s slowly growing in the&hellip...
The Street: "If you have two equally qualified people and one person has no clean surface to be seen on their desk, and the other person has the exact same skill set and a neat, organized space, rightly or wrongly, the person who is organized is going to get more respect."
The Street: Even with protections in place during the hiring process, job applicants can be torpedoed by a particularly volatile reference. Rochester, Mich.-based reference checking firm AllisonTaylor recently shared some of its horror stories with us and pointed out that some of the myths surrounding references can lead to nasty surprises for job-seekers.
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