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Is a Career in Manufacturing Right For You?

The manufacturing world could hold many benefits for the right candidates. Indeed, that is why some people focus their efforts on that industry for their entire career. You don’t want to work as an unskilled employee in a factory. However, … Continue reading

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Launching A Small Business Doesn’t Have To Be Difficult

Does the idea of being your own boss appeal to you? Have you always dreamt of running your own business? Then launching a small business could be the perfect career move for you. While you’ve probably heard that starting your … Continue reading

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How to move into a new career

Are you bored of your current career? Want to move into a new one? Well, here’s how you can do it. Research the Options Research is one of the keys stages in the process when you’re looking to make a … Continue reading

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Dream Job — not exactly, for most of us, new poll finds

Most Americans aren’t happy in their jobs. Indeed, only 14% say they have the perfect job in a new survey commissioned by the online University of Phoenix, as reported by Reuters recently. The piece goes on to discuss how dissatisfaction … Continue reading

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Should Hostess Workers Have Always Been Job Hunting?

Your unspoken contract with an employer is to do the best job you can as long as you work there, not to go down with a sinking ship and then risk months or years out of work. Continue reading

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Who’s the Boss? The Supreme Court is About to Tell You

It might sound like a technicality, but the court’s decision will impact your worker rights, so it’s worth keeping on eye on it to see the result. Check here for updates as they become available. Continue reading

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Missing HoHos Yet? How about the 18,000 Jobs that Went With Them?

The brand likely will be bought by another company now, I’m hoping they change and cheapen the formula to make them less desirable to me. Continue reading

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What Should You Know Before Job Hunting? Yourself!

If you don’t go through this exercise, chances are you’ll simply move from one unhappy job to another. Continue reading

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Read the Book Bosses Don’t Want You To Read

Now I can tout the book as one bosses are afraid to have you read. I rather like that, expect to see me saying it more. Continue reading

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Should Joel Ewanick Always Be Job Hunting?

The point is that everyone, no matter what level, should always be job hunting, always be thinking of a plan B should the job you have suddenly disappear. Even the mighty can fall. Continue reading

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