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High-Tech Immigration: Vital to U.S. Economic Recovery

AA recentA report argues that high-tech immigration reform is a vital ingredient in the economic recovery of the United States. The report, commissioned by the Partnership for New York City and the Partnership for a New American Economy, suggests U.S. immigration policy is bogged down by bureaucracy…

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Indian IT: Outsourcing To Decline?

In a piece published in Forbes,A Sramana Mitra documentedA the numerical reasons why India’s outsourcing industry — commanded by corporations likeA InfosysA andA WiproA — is bound to decline. And maybe even die, if the current hiring binge, the steady increase in industry wages, and the demand for any and all…

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Needless networking

Unless you’re updating your “Business Cards through the Ages”diorama or have a compulsive desire to buy lunch for other people, networking when you already have a good job can seem unnecessary. After all, what do you stand to gain from it? Plenty, actually. For starters,…

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Half of Workers Have Found Jobs

We get it: The economy sucks. But, new research suggests that maybe, just maybe, it’s starting to get better. Forty-one percent of workers who were laid off from full-time jobs in the last three months reported they found a new full-time, permanent position while another…

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Hiring and Pay Levels Projected to Remain Tepid

Since December 2007, approximately 6.9 million jobs have been lost in the United States. After months of stomach-turning fiscal activity, economists are being cautiously optimistic and employers, faced with a slowing decline in job losses, are tip-toeing carefully through the rest of the year. The…

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What employers are saying

The good news? Only 14 percent of employers plan to increase headcount in the next three months. The bad news? Another 14 percent plan to reduce headcount. The goodA andA bad news? 64 percent of employers expect no change in headcount. Translation: This group isn’t planning on…

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5 Ways to Get a Job Through YouTube

5 Ways to Get a Job Through YouTube Not only is it possible to use YouTube to get a job, but it’s becoming a more popular option, especially for the current crop of would-be-employees that grew up with web video. Some argue that video is a more…

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The Recession May Be Over, But What About Unemployment?

The National Bureau of Economic Research hasA announced thatA the recession ended three years ago. When I read that, I thought there was a typo. “It endedA 3 years ago inA June? As in June 2009? Someone call the NBER, they’ve got this all wrong!” But, as it turns…

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Focus resume on your results, not daily tasks

What seems more interesting: a laundry list of all the menial daily tasks and functions you performed at each and every job OR well-written resume, action statements illustrating the impact of your accomplishments? For example, aA receptionistA orexecutive assistantA resume may stateA ”I answered the phones”A ORA “Monitored and managed more…

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Most workers consider their jobs ideal

Try to have a conversation about your job without complaining about your boss or griping about the little things just eat at your nerves. Like peanut butter and jelly or Ricky and Lucy, work and complaints belong together. Due to the nature of my job,…

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