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Gone may be the days of children dreaming to be princesses and pirates. School children from as young as seven will now be given careers advice, a new UK government plan revealed Monday.
With the economy showing modest signs of improvement, a number of companies that shed jobs during the recession are beginning to rehire the very same employees.
Thirty percent of Americans with salaries of $100,000 or more said they are living paycheck to paycheck, up from 21 percent last year, according to a survey.
Phrases like “game changer,” “value add” and “it is what it is” are among the most overused phrases in business today, according to a survey of top executives that was released Thursday.
The recession workplace is "broken" and needs some fixing, post-haste.
Networking is the buzz word for the 21st Century yet few do it properly. Networking isn’t about asking for something. Instead, networking is about establishing a long-term, mutually beneficial relationship of give and take with the emphasis on the give!
“Conduct may be founded on the hard rock or the wet marshes” - The Great Gatsby. Conduct may be founded in the course of a massive corporate restructuring. The conduct of the CEO of one of my clients was founded in the Bronx, where he grew up one of 10 brothers and sisters, with strong family values taught to him by the words and actions of this mother and father - Irish immigrants - and a desire to achieve while always focusing on what’s important — people.
I’ve run staffing groups at Fortune 500 firms for almost 25 years and now I’m a career coach and train individuals on how to have the best job search process possible. Often times, I help them map out what their top strengths are, and what areas they are looking to develop, because this is a top question that is often asked in an interview.
The class of 2009 is bracing for a tough job market that’s forcing them to consider positions in sectors they hadn't thought of, such as government and health care.
In a special OTM Job Center, we show you who's hiring and where the jobs still are.
Click to see the jobs that pulled the highest pay last year, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
NOT SEEN ON T.V.: How to discuss and negotiate compensation in a job interview.
Sure, the economy is in recession and people are losing their jobs, but companies and the government are still hiring—big time, in some cases.
Take a look at the top 10 employers with the most entry level openings and how many new grads they expect to hire this year, as surveyed by CollegeGrad.com.
I think it's a given that most people don't even glance at spam before deleting it. But are there times when this accepted practice can come back to bite us?
When asked this question, I decided this was the most provocative insight I’d heard in a very long time.
According to a recent study from Careerbuilder.com, there are some glimmers of hope for people struggling to find work.
A touching story about one man who went from executive, to janitor and back again.
NOT SEEN ON T.V.: How to turn over-qualification into an asset.
The cameras kept rolling after Wednesday’s town hall, where our expert panel took even more questions related to the jobs crisis.
Alan Krueger, Princeton economics professor, explains why the worst thing the Fed can do is begin to reduce its asset buying program too soon. I do think that QE has been effective, says Krueger
Paul Swinand, Equity Analyst at Morningstar discusses why despite recent strong data, the Fed is likely to hold off on trimming stimulus next week.
The Wall Street Journal reported that Western firms are shedding jobs in China as growth in the mainland slows. CNBC's Deirdre Wang Morris explains.