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U.S. News Magazine’s Rankings Of The 25 Best Jobs of 2012

U.S. News Magazine’s Rankings Of The 25 Best Jobs of 2012

U.S. News magazine’s rankings of the 25 best jobs of 2012. The 25 best jobs selected are high-opportunity jobs, with competitive salaries and strong job satisfaction. Best jobs for 2012 as ranked by U.S. News with salary ranges: 1. Registered Nurse Salary Range:$44,190-$95,130 2. Software Developer $54,360-$133,110 3. Pharmacist $82,090-$138,620 4. Medical Assistant $20,810-$40,190 5. Database […]

Five Costly Recession-Related Employee Retention Mistakes

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Five Costly Recession-Related Employee Retention Mistakes

By Ross Blake — Even though it’s an “employer’s market” with millions of capable people looking for work due to the recession, many employers are making these five costly employee retention mistakes. Mistake #1: Assuming employees “won’t dare leave now due to the recession.” Many organizations have discontinued their employee retention programs, figuring they aren’t needed […]

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Quick Guide to EEOC Website Links for Employers

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Quick Guide to EEOC Website Links for Employers

A quick guide to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission – EEOC – website links of for employers. Overview EEOC employer website links Coverage Charge Handling Resolving a Charge Remedies Discrimination by Type Age Disability Equal Compensation Genetic Information National Origin Pregnancy Race/Color Religion Retaliation Sex Sexual Harassment Prohibited Practices Recordkeeping EEO Reports/Surveys “EEO Is The […]

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Quick Guide to EEOC Website Links for Employees & Job Applicants

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Quick Guide to EEOC Website Links for Employees & Job Applicants

A quick guide to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission – EEOC – website links of for employees and job applicants Overview Coverage Timeliness Filing A ChargeHow to File Charge Handling Confidentiality Mediation Remedies Existing Charges Filing a Lawsuit Discrimination by TypeAge Disability Equal Compensation Genetic Information National Origin Pregnancy Race/Color Religion Retaliation Sex Sexual Harassment […]

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Job Seekers Over 50: Five Stereotypes You Must Overcome

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Job Seekers Over 50: Five Stereotypes You Must Overcome

Job search expert Mary Eileen Williams writing in the Huffington Post post another bit of good advice: Job-seekers over 50 encounter some special challenges. Although age gifts seasoned applicants with a wealth of experience, well-honed skill sets, a mature work ethic, and numerous additional pluses, there are a number of unflattering stereotypes younger employers may […]

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Infographic: Top 5 Unconventional Ways to Land a Job in 2011

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Infographic: Top 5 Unconventional Ways to Land a Job in 2011
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IBT Bogs: Seven Federal Job Search Myths Dispelled

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IBT Bogs: Seven Federal Job Search Myths Dispelled

From IBTblogs, CareerWise: Are you wondering how to land a federal job? Have you been discouraged by naysayers? Are you wondering if the federal government is really hiring thousands of people? Well that one I’ll answer now. YES! So if you are not incorporating federal jobs in your job search strategy it’s likely you have […]

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Links to Online Resources for Job Seekers and the Unemployed

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Links to Online Resources for Job Seekers and the Unemployed

Find It! Resources for Job Seekers and the Unemployed On This Page Disability Resources Job & Training Information Layoff Resources Retirement & Health Benefits Statistical Information Wages & Work Hours Workplace Safety & Health This page provides a shortcut to information and services the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) offers job seekers. We will continue […]

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Links to the U.S. Department of Labor’s Most Requested Information

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Links to the U.S. Department of Labor’s Most Requested Information

Links to the U.S. Department of Labor’s Most Requested Information This is a list of DOL website pages that workers, students, employers, and others use most frequently: Occupational Outlook Handbook Bureau of Labor Statistics Employment and Unemployment Data Consumer Price Index (Statistics) COBRA Continuation Coverage State Minimum Wage Laws Compliance Assistance: Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) […]

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How to Apply for Unemployment in the U.S.

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How to Apply for Unemployment in the U.S.

The Career OneStop, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor, is an excellent source of information about unemployment insurance, finding a job, developing your career or learning new skills. Blow are a number of links to information provided by the Career OneStop.  Job Seekers/Workers: http://www.careeronestop.org/jobseeker/jobseekers.asp • Business/Human Resources:  http://www.careeronestop.org/employers/employers.asp • Students/Learners: http://www.careeronestop.org/learners/learners.asp • Workforce Professionals: […]

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