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Glassdoor's Job Explorer Finds Jobs You Didn't Know You Qualified For

Glassdoor took the wraps off their new Job Explorer tool today, a webapp that lets you search for jobs that your skills qualify you for that you may be overlooking. The tool also features a map that shows you where you can find work with your skills, anywhere in the country, based on specific openings available right now. Read more...

New Glassdoor features use data science to help you find work

Glassdoor has discovered that many people are willing to move for the right job -- so it's adding new search tools that make it easier to search in a variety of geographic areas at once.

Semantic Web Jobs: Apple

Apple is looking for a Siri Software Engineer, Data Services in Santa Clara, CA. According to the post, “The Data Services team is looking for outstanding engineers to build the next-generation of search and data infrastructure at Apple,...Show More Summary

LanceList Collects Together Freelance Job Boards

Finding freelance jobs is always a bit tricky because you have so many places to look for jobs. LanceList collects together some of the best freelance sites to make your search a little easier. Read more...

What's Up With the 20 Questions: Job Search

If you were building a new home, would you put the roof on before you dug the foundation? Would you put the windows in before you had the walls up? Would you install new carpet before the floor was finished?...

Out-of-the-Box Approaches to the Job Search (That Actually Work)

You've heard the commonly cited statistics before: 80% of job openings are unlisted; there are 100+ resumes submitted for every job posting; 50% of submitted applications are weeded out by software and never even reviewed by a human. While...Show More Summary

Why And How You Should Always Be Job Searching

If you are serious about advancing, it is imperative to constantly be looking for opportunities. Here's why (and how!) you should always be job searching. The post Why And How You Should Always Be Job Searching appeared first on CAREEREALISM.

World Cup Fever Led to 10,000 Hospitality Jobs Last Month

Maradona is psyched. While the seasonally adjusted unemployment rate remained at 7.9 percent last month because of an influx of college graduates now searching for work, the city's leisure and hospitality sectors got a huge push from...Show More Summary

THE WHITE HOUSE: This Is Why The Labor Force Participation Rate Keeps Falling

The labor force participation rate is one of the most buzzed about parts of the monthly jobs report. The labor force participation rate, or the percent of the civilian population over 15 that is either working or searching for work,Show More Summary

Understanding Comprehensive Benefits Before Taking A Job

Even in lean job markets, job seekers shouldn't sell themselves short. Here are some benefits to watch out for during your search for employment. The post Understanding Comprehensive Benefits Before Taking A Job appeared first on CAREEREALISM.

Improve Your Job Search by Using Hollywood Pitch Techniques

If you think getting your next job is tough, try selling a movie idea. Since studios are seeing many more ideas than your potential next employer sees candidates, the Hollywood Pitch has been honed to generate an immediate desire to purchase. If you are intrigued with this concept, here’s the first article worth reading: Meet Hollywood’s Mr.... Read More

40 Most Popular Google+ Communities for Job Search

Nonplussed by the hype? Used Google+ plus these top communities on your job search. I couldn't resist. Seriously though, if you hang out on Google+ - not Google Hangouts - looking for job search talk, these are where you need to be. These...Show More Summary

How to Begin a Confidential Job Search

Elaine Varelas offers advice in conducting a confidential job search

5 Reasons Why People Do Not Want to Help You (With Your Job Search)

Do you feel like you're banging your head against a wall trying to get people to respond to your requests for job search help or informational interviews? Here's a list of reasons why people in your network may be reluctant to help you. While you can't control all factors, you can influence the process and start to see better results. 1. Show More Summary

Semantic Web Jobs: JPMorgan Chase

JPMorgan Chase is searching for an Application Architect – Vice President in Brooklyn, NY. According to the post, “The Cross Risk Information Strategy program is chartered to re-engineer multiple dimensions of Risk Technology Architecture...Show More Summary

Unemployed and Looking for Work? Here's How to Avoid Losing Your Mind

So you are unemployed. Maybe it was your own choice to leave your job; maybe you were fired or laid off. Whatever the case, you are sitting at home in your pajamas and you can't stay unemployed forever. You know the job search is uncertain...Show More Summary

The Pros and Cons of Sassy Job Titles

Social Media Ninja. Email Marketing Guru. Director of First Impressions If you're involved in the job search right now, chances are you've come across at least a couple of these unusual job listings. With recruiters and employers pulling...Show More Summary

Looking for a Job? 500+ Openings in Tech and Digital

Looking for a job? The Mashable Job Board is the place to search. With over 3,000 employers, we have a wide variety of top companies seeking talented people to fill job openings in different industries. Also, be sure to read our Job Search Series for career-changing tips. Every week, we highlight recently posted openings. Show More Summary

Semantic Web Jobs: ZoomInfo

ZoomInfo is searching for a Senior Software Engineer – Data in Waltham, MA. According to the post, “Be a major player in a company that’s on the cutting-edge of semantic technology. Work with cutting-edge technology like EC2, Hadoop, Solr, JBoss, and Hibernate. Show More Summary

Job Doc Chat Monday with Tracy Cashman

Tracy Cashman is Senior Vice President and Partner of the Information Technology search division at WinterWyman. She takes your career-related questions during a live chat Monday at noon.

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