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Should You Accept a Job Offer?

You've spent the last few months answering help wanted ads, visiting recruiters, and networking. You've sent out your resumes and gone on a bunch of interviews. And now the moment you've been waiting for is here. It's your turn now. You have some job offers to consider. During those long days pounding the pavement, you didn't think making a decision would be this difficult. ...




5 Great Part-Time Jobs for Retirees - AARP

1. BloggerThe nitty-gritty: Most bloggers are making very little per month. Little wonder. There's lots of competition out there for eyeballs. There are millions of blogs today. Tumblr claims 178.7 million blogs. WordPress.com boasts more than 77 million. ...




5 Things You Should Know Before Making a Midlife Career Change

Transitioning to a new career can be difficult at any age, but making a midlife career change comes with additional challenges. For many reasons, changing your career when you are in your 40s and 50s is much harder than doing it when you are in your 20s or 30s. ...




5 Ways To Create A Powerfully Productive Mind

How often do you feel busy, but feeling as if you’re not actually getting anything done?
 
Days go by and you feel consistently overwhelmed with so many things on your plate, but you don’t actually make any real progress on anything meaningful. ...




Recruiters take diversity to next level

We've come a long way since the days of Rosie the Riveter, but some experts believe the American workplace has room for improvement. Even today, some workplaces consider variances in race and gender as diversity. But there's more to a diverse company than the color of employees' skin. ...




10 Job Interview Tips From A CEO Headhunter

Whether you're being interviewed to be an intern or a CEO, you're going to run into a few notoriously tricky questions—here's a road map of what you'll be asked, and how to craft impressive answers to even the toughest questions.
 
No two situations are ever exactly the same, but as a general guide, these are the types of questions that could come up in a typical interview. ...




Making a Good Resume: Tips You May Not Conventionally Hear

By now you're used the old standby. You've been on those resume-builder websites and you've talked to some thoughtfully patronizing adults about what goes into a proper resume. The past experiences, the impressive (or exaggerated) achievements, even that crappy summer job where you learned nothing and earned close to that. ...




When to Start Looking for a Job When You Are Relocating

Tips for Job Searching When You're Moving
 
When you're planning to relocate, when is the best time to start looking for a job? How much in advance should you start a job search? What's the best way to job hunt long distance?
 
How Long it Could Take to Find a Job
 
The amount of lead time you will need to secure a new job in a new location will depend on a number of factors. ...




Occupations in the Food Processing Industry

Occupations in the Food Processing Industry *for non-chefs and non-bakers!*:

Meat Cutter:

Required to properly use the saw and grinder and have skills in cutting, shrink awareness merchandising, trimming and boning the meat, rotating the product in the meat cooler and wrapping and pricing packages. ...




5 Secrets for Finding a Job in a New City

I live in Portland, Oregon. We’re one of those towns filled with transplants because everyone wants to live in Portland (or so it seems).
 
I did, in the worst way.
 
I’m a Detroit girl by heritage, who fell in love with Portland about 15 years ago and finally made my westward pilgrimage a few years back. ...