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20 Funniest Job Search and Work FAILs

The best of the worst, you might say. Thanks to and Flickr for these. If this gallery makes you laugh - and it should! - please cheer up your friends by sharing it with them on Twitter and/or Facebook. Thanks! You'll Enjoy...Show More Summary

Episode 593: Who Had The First Job?

People have always worked. But the thing we think of today as a job — is actually a recent invention. On today's show, we go in search of the very first modern job.

Job Search During Holidays

Many job seekers stop job hunting during holidays. But no, you should never stop searching for a job even if it is the holiday season. You may feel like no one is hiring during the holidays. However, you are missing out one point. Companies...Show More Summary

10 Questions for Steve Jobs

What would you ask Steve Jobs if you had the chance? The post 10 Questions for Steve Jobs appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

What does it cost to commute?

This article is by staff writer Honey Smith. In recent posts exploring job searches and the cost of jobs in general, the subject of commute came up in a number of the comments. Readers pointed out that a commute makes a huge difference in whether a job is desirable or not because it has a significant impact on quality of life. Show More Summary

How employers (and candidates) can ruin a job offer

Getting a job offer after a long search (or even a short one) is such an exciting experience. Unfortunately, there are actually quite a few things that companies and candidates alike can do to seriously dampen that excitement. Whether...Show More Summary

No one knows where Jim Harbaugh will go, but don't be shocked if it's Michigan

Not many coaches would leave a chance at a Super Bowl for a college rebuilding job, but Jim Harbaugh is not the easiest coach to predict. Michigan's head coaching search continues to be the focus of the early offseason, with 49ers head coach and former Wolverine quarterback Jim Harbaugh rumored to be the leading candidate. Show More Summary

Wikipedia hired June Jones for Michigan

Bold choice, Wolverines! You may not have heard, but Michigan's in the midst of a coaching search right now. They've reportedly had some trouble finding the right candidate to take the job (even offering Jim Harbaugh a record amountShow More Summary

The Top Job Search Articles of 2014

Over 50 of the most-viewed job search blog posts this year. These were the most popular, most viewed and in some cases, most shared, posts of each job search or recruiting related blog listed here below in the past year. The list isn't...Show More Summary

The Top 10 Job Search Fantasies

The folks who had the fantasies? They're all working now. But it wasn't so long ago that they were searching for work, more work or better work. A search fueled by fantasies. None of which helped. What were the fantasies? 1. The most qualified person gets the job. Show More Summary

How Social Media Management Tools Can Boost Your Job Search

Your resume and cover letter aren’t the only ways to stand out in your job search. Leverage your personal brand and social media to land your dream job. The post How Social Media Management Tools Can Boost Your Job Search appeared first on Brazen Life.

What I’ve Learned 7 Months Out Of College

This recent grad learned that job searching, careers, life aren't just handed to you. Here's what else I've learned seven months out of college. The post What I’ve Learned 7 Months Out Of College appeared first on CAREEREALISM.

Do’s and Don’ts of Social Media During Job Search

For the past few years, social media became an important part of our daily life. Almost everyone has at least one social media account because it is an easy and fun way to keep in touch with friends and family as well as showing your personal brand. Show More Summary

Semantic Technology Jobs: IBM

IBM is searching for a Watson Research Software Engineer in Yorktown Heights, NY. According to the post, “IBM is seeking a Software Engineer at its Watson Research Lab in Yorktown Heights, NY. This candidate will work on IBM’s cognitive computing effort and help shape the face of the next generation of computing machines. Show More Summary

Make It Work: How To Tackle The Job Search Without Losing Your Shit

Losing your job sucks. There’s no two ways around it. It’s a really shitty feeling to go into work one Wednesday, sit down at your desk, answer three emails and then be summarily dismissed. Regardless of whether you were fired or let go, it still stings. After you leave the office for the last time, [...]

Best Places To Work In Retail In 2015: Costco, In-N-Out And More

Retail jobs often get a bad rap. The hours can be inconsistent, the pay low and the perks few. A handful of retail chains have risen above the rest, landing on salary comparison and job search site Glassdoor's annual survey of the best places to work.

The UK's New Supervised Job Search Scheme Feels Like a Farcical Joke

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Working the Phones on the Front Lines of Poverty

I will never forget the first mom who called DC Diaper Bank in search of diapers. I could hear her baby crying and I could tell she was trying hard not to cry herself. She had just been laid off her job and had been forced to stop school for the semester. Show More Summary

Searching For A Job While You’re Still Employed

In this episode of Career Lab, J.T. shows you how to search for a job even though you’re still employed. NOTICE: Big (exciting!) things are coming in 2015 on CAREEREALISM. We’ve been working hard to develop something that is going to knock your socks off. Show More Summary

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