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America's Worst and Best Jobs by Carolina Mesko

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Americans at Work: The Best and Worst Jobs Most Americans spend more time on the job than they do on anything else. FACTS: The average employee spends more than 2/3 of his or her day at work or on…
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How to Get the Employer to Up the Ante - Your Required Salary vs. the Offer by Michael Rosner

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How to Get the Employer to “Up the Ante” - Your Required Salary vs the Offer In one of the more conspicuous realities in today’s job market, a job seeker is continuously running into a familiar problem. The applicant…
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Too Old to be Hired? by Alex Freund

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Too Old to Be Hired? The law says employers are not permitted to discriminate because they deem someone too old, yet employers do so every single day. How can they get away with it? The answer is, By thinking…
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EMPLOYERS Whats with the Attitude? It's Time For You to Get Up To Speed by Michael Srulie Rosner

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What to make of some job postings? Usually when I decide to write a blog every once in a while, it’s always about what job seekers should do in response to an ad, resume writing and cover letters, general…
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MAKE IT COUNT-VALUABLE EXPERIENCE FOR WORKING STUDENTS

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MAKE IT COUNT: VALUABLE EXPERIENCE FOR WORKING STUDENTS by staff writers September 10, 2013 Enrolled college students who also maintain part- or full-time employment are a common part of today’s academic climate. According to a recent report from the…
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5 Ways to Deal with Difficult Parents

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5 Ways to Deal with Difficult Parents Spending your days caring for kids, playing games, making art projects and helping little ones reach developmental milestones is a rewarding and exciting career path. It can also be fraught with difficulty and…
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Sensitive Topics Parents Should Ask About in the Interview

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Sensitive Topics Parents Should Ask About in the Interview Let’s face it, hiring a nanny is a very personal process and decision. The information you need to know in order to make the best decision isn’t the same type…
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Tips for Negotiating a Nanny Salary by hireanany.org

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One of the trickiest parts of landing any nanny job can be negotiating the salary. While some employers or agencies might include salary (even if it’s just a range) in the job listing, others might withhold that information until…
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Are you in the Right Profession? by Alex Freund

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Are you in the Right Profession? As a career coach, at times I am being asked for advice, whether the person is a good fit for what they do professionally or want to do in the future? Often I…
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The 7 Year Work Itch- by Nat Gordon

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The Seven Year Work Itch! An observation I have made after over thirty years of recruiting is that career confusion generally comes at seven year intervals. This observation and conclusion is based on interviewing hundreds of job seekers in…
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