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6 Ways to Score a Job Through Twitter

Twitter has become a great resource for just about anything, including jobs. From industry chats to Twitter accounts dedicated to posting vacancies, there are a ton of resources for landing a gig. We’ve already chronicled how to get a job throughA FacebookA andA YouTube, and now we’re taking…

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Mental Health Essential in the Workplace

An estimated 26.2 percent of Americans ages 18 and older suffer from a diagnosable mental disorder in a given year. Depressive disorders affect approximately 18.8 million adults, according to the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH). That’s a lot of people. What most people don’t…

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EresumeX Q&A

Job Hunters can search our extensive job / career database and/or post a resume making it viewable to millions of employers for FREE!!! Employers and Recruiters can search our extensive resume database and/or post a job opportunity making it viewable to millions of possible employees…

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Recession-proof ways to jumpstart your job search

There’s been more bad news about the economy lately, likeA the Department of Labor’s recent reports.A Initial filings of unemployment claimsA are at a 16-year high, at 542,000. It’s clear that getting a job is more challenging in this atmosphere. But jobs ARE still out there Recession. Here…

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Find a Job on Twitter

Tough economic times call for innovative approaches. An estimated 51 million people internationally areA expected to lose their jobsA in 2012, and with the unemployment rate on the rise, how does one find career opportunities fast? One great option is Twitter. TwitterA is evolving as another resource, in…

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Life before Email (yes, it did exist)

Hey you. Yes, you writing the email to your co-worker in a cubicle two feet away from you. Ever feel like no one talks to each other anymore? We are all guilty. Email is easier, it’s quicker, it helps us keep a paper trail, and…

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Shark Week at the Office: Survival Guide

Each summer, Discovery Channel’s “Shark Week” capitalizes on our collective fear of large, toothy fish with seven days of programming dedicated to topics like “Rogue Sharks,” “Killer Sharks” and “How Sharks Hunt.” At the same time, however, the people at Discovery Channel want us to…

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career Change – 5 Tips for Career Changers

You’ve hit a turning point in your career. Whether it’s because your job has slowly become less satisfying over the years, or you woke up one morning and realized you hated going to work, you’ve decided it’s time for a change. If only you knew…

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Help your job search by helping others

Volunteering in your community can be rewarding for many reasons — you get to help others, give back to your community and hopefully enjoy some personal growth along the way. Volunteering may help with professional growth as well – by gaining new experiences and meeting…

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7 Job-related Smartphone Apps

It’s truly amazing what you can accomplish with today’s smartphones. With just a click or touch, you can find a date, make restaurant reservations or set up a recording on your digital video recorder. So what about using your phone to look for a job?…

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