August 11, 2018

How to Give Your Resume a Boost

With so many people out of work, it’s getting harder and harder to even get an interview, let along get a job offer. One of the main problems for young adults is that even though they’re the most educated, hard-working, enthusiastic applicant for a job, their resume isn’t as filled or well-rounded as someone who […]

February 13, 2017

Should You Relocate for a Job?

If you’re out of work, relocating to find a job might seem like a good option. While this isn’t possible for everyone, moving to a city where workers are in high demand might be easier than you think. According to Forbes, the top ten locations for jobs in 2018 are as follows: Chandler, Arizona Scottsdale, […]

January 10, 2012

Online Job Hunting and Privacy

Searching for a job is a lot easier with online resources, like the JobMonkey Job Center. However, if you plan to post your resume online or apply to a job through an online application process, you need to know a few tips about keeping your information private to protect yourself. Keep the following in mind: […]

January 3, 2012

Four Employment Trends in 2012 – and What They Mean to You

Recently, Career Builder reported on four employment trends they’re seeing for 2012. They are as follows: Compensation Getting More Competitive for Skilled Positions Voluntary Turnover on the Rise Training Employed/Unemployed Employers Targeting Hispanic Workers, African American Workers and Women Let’s take a closer look at what these trends in employment mean for you as a […]

January 1, 2012

Career Resolutions for 2012

Now that it’s 2012, it’s time to make some resolutions for the upcoming year! In addition to setting goals for a shrinking waistline and giving up the cigarettes, it’s also time to make some resolutions about your career. Last week, Amy wrote about challenging yourself in the new year. Today, I want to talk about […]

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