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Career Lessons From Interviews With Idiots

By PENELOPE TRUNK– In case you’ve never noticed, I rarely interview anyone for this column. Most of my sources are family and unsuspecting friends who complain that I make everyone look bad. But it is not true. It is true that they THINK I make them look bad, but in fact, I could rip them […]

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U.S. In Longest Period Of High Unemployment Since Great Depression

If you’re unemployed and searching for job and it seems like things are REALLY tough out there, it is not your imagination. As far as unemployment is concerned, these are officially hard times, according to a new report by the Congressional Budget Office (CBO). Not only is the United States is in the midst of […]

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Maine Librarians Bridge Digital Job Divide

By KISTINE CAROLAN, New America Foundation— Patrick Therrien holds a Masters of Science in Organizational Leadership and a Graduate Certification in Human Resources Management. During three months of unemployment, Therrien looked online to learn the latest tips on how to build his resume, write cover letters, and give a strong interview. Despite his tech-savvy, he felt […]

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Infographic: The High Cost Dropping Out of College

Infographic: The High Cost Dropping Out of College

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