Monthly Archives: November 2012

Facebook Has a New Jobs App

I gave the new app a try but was a bit disappointed. It found no journalism jobs in the Chicago area. I’m not sure if that speaks to the lack of journalism jobs or the lack of jobs in this new app at the moment. Continue reading

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How Can You Help Hurricane Sandy Victims?

My high school in New York City reports that some 80 students in its school community are without homes now. Just writing that makes my heart ache for them. I have donated to the relief fund and urge you all to do the same Continue reading

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Job Opening: Manager, Communications & Public Relations – Chicago

This opening came to me through a daily job listings e-mail I receive from Careerbulder.com. Set up searches on job sites and ask for daily updates so you can keep current on who is hiring in your area of expertise. Continue reading

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Meet the Author of ‘Always Be Job Hunting’ at Linked’N Chicago Nov. 14

If you’re in Chicago, I would love to meet you and chat at our table. Continue reading

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Job Opening: Social Media and Public Relations Manager, Sheboygan Falls, Wis.

This opening at Jonhsville Sausage came to me through a LinkedIn group of Marquette University alumni I belong to. The more LinkedIn groups you can join, the better. Some of the details are posted below, click here for the listing. Continue reading

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Job Opening — Category Manager, Chicago

This one came to me in a job postings roundup I receive from LinkedIn. Continue reading

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Where Should You Spend Money on a Job Search?

Job hunting can get expensive, depending on how many interviews you go on, what career coaching and other services you use and how you decide to present yourself to potential employers. Continue reading

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