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6 tips for becoming an irreplaceable employee

6 tips for becoming an irreplaceable employee

As the nation, the economy and businesses continue to heal from the recession, job security is more important than ever to most workers. Employees can preserve job security by ensuring they are irreplaceable to their companies. Sometimes jobs are threatened by short-term or local events….

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The State of the Union reveals plans for job creation

The State of the Union reveals plans for job creation

AllA eyes were on President Barack Obama as he delivered what was potentially his final State of the Union address. One of the central issues discussed in his speech? Jobs. And rightly so. Though Obama cited recent improvements in the job market – the country has…

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The state of the job market

The state of the job market

In last year’s State of the Union address, President ObamaA talked a lot about jobs. How they were lost, how hard they were to find and how they’d be created in the coming year. In fact, the president said the word “jobs” 23 times in a…

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4 Ways to Recession-Proof Your Job

4 Ways to Recession-Proof Your Job

It’s no secret that the unstable economy and recession is making most workers feel uneasy about their jobs.A  A new survey reveals that 26 percent of workers worry about losing their jobs more today than a year ago and 35 percent said the workplace has…

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Where to find a job in a stalling market

Where to find a job in a stalling market

According to theA Bureau of Labor Statistics’ monthly employment report, the economy added just 18,000 jobs (about 87,000 fewer than predicted by economists) and the unemployment rate rose to 9.2 percent, from 9.1 percent in May. The report included revised numbers for May that were also…

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Half of Workers  Have Found Jobs

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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5 Social Media Tips for Scoring Your Next Job

5 Social Media Tips for Scoring Your Next Job

Unless you’re fortunate enough to be deliriously happy with your professional life, the odds are high that you’ll be looking for a different job in the future. On the bright side, the fact that you’re reading this article means you know how to navigate the…

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5 Things to Consider Before Applying for a Job

5 Things to Consider Before Applying for a Job

Your skills and experience certainly lend themselves to certain types of jobs, but they aren’t the only things you should consider when applying for a new position. Your satisfaction in a new job goes beyond simply being able to utilize your skills each day –…

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5 Ways to Get a Job Through YouTube

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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3 lists that will improve your productivity at work

3 lists that will improve your productivity at work

Co-workers stop by your desk to ask questions, unexpected emergencies need to be dealt with, phone calls interrupt your concentration and the email alert constantly beeps. It can become almost impossible to get anything done. The to-do list becomes bigger and more unmanageable by the…

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