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Weakness in U.S. labor, unemployment data send sour signals

The number of Americans filing new claims for jobless benefits unexpectedly rose last week while U.S. manufacturing improved only slightly in August, worrisome signs for an economy struggling to create enough jobs. unemployment Initial claims for state unemployment benefits rose 4,000 to a seasonally adjusted…

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Career fairs

Should I go to a career fair? Career fairs – View each career fair websiteA read about attending employers. – Employers are not just limited to “companies.” – Some are government agencies; some are non-profits. – Determine if any match your career interests and you match…

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Coping with recession

The U.S. economic recovery hasn’t felt much like one even for people who managed to find new jobs after being laid off. Most of them have had to settle for less payrecession. Only 56 percent of Americans laid off from January 2009 through December 2011…

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Nursing Careers

Nursing is poised to change the face of health care as never before. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports employment among RNs will grow faster than the average for all occupations through 2013. Demand for quality nurses continues to escalate. EresumeX can help you find…

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How R.T.s Can Make Their Resumes Stand Out

Radiologic technologists need every edge they can think of today toA land a jobA and the resume is the place to start. Whether it’s going to be submitted to the large, urban teaching hospital with a sophisticated online application system, or to the small radiology practice down…

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Unemployment rates rise in 18 states in May

The Labor Department said that unemployment rates fell in only 14 states. That’s fewer than the previous month, when rates fell in 37 states. Rates were unchanged in 18 states. Nationally, the rate rose to 8.2% in May from 8.1% in April, the first increase…

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Skilled Workers In High Demand

The United States and other large economies cannot find enoughA skilled workers,A engineersA and other in-demand employees, according to an annual study on talent shortages. The study, by staffing services giant ManpowerGroup, found that 34 percent of employers around the world report trouble filling jobs because of a…

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How Should You Handle A Pay Cut?

How Should You Handle A Pay Cut? Perhaps you’ve noticed that business has slowed down around your office, which could be a sign that your company has fallen on tough times. The good news, you learn, is that you still have a job. But before…

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Blog and tweet your way to a new career

Blog and tweet your way to a new career The rise of social-media sites such as LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook is changing the way we all drive our way to a new career. Now companies are seeking their customers’ attention with tweets, videos, articles, pictures…

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How to Handle a Pay Cut

Perhaps you’ve noticed that business has slowed down around your office, which could be a sign that your company has fallen on tough times. The good news, you learn, is that you still have a job. But before you can say, “Whew,” you learn the…

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