Fastest Way to Get a Job

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Happy Holidays – Tips for the Unemployed

“What if Christmas doesn’t come from a store. What if Christmas…perhaps…means a little bit more!” ~Dr. Seuss, How the Grinch Stole Christmas!   The end-of-year  holidays, that magical time of the year… But if you have been out of work and looking for a job for months, the holidays can also be that most hopeless time…

Keep Working. Stay Sharp.

It’s Not Just About The Money: Your brain on retirement is not nearly as sharp. (Editor’s Note) Were you looking forward to retirement at age 55, 60 or 65? You planned for  your “golden years,” only to find your retirement funds slashed by the recession and your social security benefits insufficient. You must keep working into…

Hiring Managers See More Lies on Resumes

Editor’s Note: In a survey of 3,500 employees by HireRight, it was reported that 88% of those tested had lied on their resume compared with 70% five years ago. In this article in Fortune, Anne Fisher interviews Mary O’Loughlin, HireRight’s vice president of global customer experience, to find out why people are exaggerating on their…

The Same “Old” Story

The Rules of the Job Market are not the Same for Older Workers Editors Note: A recent article in the San Diego Union-Tribune takes a look at several different studies to examine the current state of the job market for the older worker.The results are not surprising. New research by the Center for Retirement Research at Boston…

Weird Job Wednesday: The Most Valuable Player

Being a professional mascot might not be a “career move,” but if you love sports, are enthusiastic,athletic, and want to be the “most valuable player,” then this just might be your dream job. The first Sports Mascot was the San Diego Chicken for the Padres. He earned $2 an hour in 1974! Today, 95% of professional…