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What NOT to Wear… at the Job Fair!

Attending a Job Fair or an interview soon? If so, then stick with us and we’ll help you put your best foot forward. Here is real advice on What to Wear… and What NOT to Wear at a Job Fair or employment interview. To start off, we’re the folks who run AkronWorks.com and StarkJobs.com, the […]

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WSJ – Tap your school for job-hunt help

In this article from the Wall Street Journal, Lindsay Gellman tells students and alumni to, Tap Your School for Job-Hunt Help Read an excerpt of Gellman’s article below. Read Full Article It wasn’t until after Christopher Morel graduated from Pennsylvania State University that he realized how helpful the school could be in his job search. Mr. Morel […]

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LiveCareer – Attack Your Job Search: Schedule Informational Interviews

In this article from LiveCareer, Jenny Treanor writes, Attack your Job Search: Schedule Informational Interviews. Read an excerpt of Treanor’s article below. Read Full Article If you’re about to graduate with your degree in hand, you’ll want to move quickly past the period of uncertainty that sometimes extends between the end of college and the beginning of […]

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Career Advice: Gordon Ramsay

In this video from Adam Smith College, Gordon Ramsay tells his career story and gives helpful advice on how to become a successful chef. Career Advice: Gordon Ramsay

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New Grads: How Career Exploration Helps Your Job Hunt

New Grads: How Career Exploration Helps Your Job Hunt By: Annie Favreau, Inside Jobs College graduation season is in full swing. All over the country, droves of 20-somethings are starting their very first job hunt. For many career newbies, this can be an overwhelming process. With thousands of career choices and plenty of stiff competition, knowing where to […]

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Employment News – Dropouts Fall Behind in Job Recovery

In this video for the Wall Street Journal’s Lunch Break, Clare Ansberry reports, Dropouts Fall Behind in Job Recovery. Watch the video to learn why High School Dropouts may be hired less. WSJ Video: Dropouts Fall Behind in Job Recovery.

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More Ohio Jobs Expected to Go to Those with Advanced Postsecondary Degrees

In this article from LiveCareer.com, More Ohio Jobs Expected to Go to Those with Advanced Postsecondary Degrees. Read an excerpt from the site’s article. Read full article According to a report by the Georgetown University Center on Education and Workforce, more than half of the jobs in Ohio will go to workers who have an […]

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Why Small Businesses Are A Good Place To Start Your Career

By Kat Krull “Whenever it is possible, a boy should choose some occupation which he should do even if he did not need the money.” This commencement quote from William Lyon Phelps is food for thought for those beginning their careers. Maybe the message to all those college graduates out there looking for work is…consider pursuing employment in […]

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How Parents Can Help Their Kids Look for a Job

In her blog for U.S. News & World Report, Alison Green explains How Parents Can Help Their Kids Look for a Job. Advice from this article include: Don’t fill out or send in job applications for your child. Never, ever contact an employer on your child’s behalf. Teach your job-seeking child about professional demeanor. Read […]

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7 Steps to Help You Land a Non-Profit Job

In her blog for U.S. News and World Report, Miriam Salpeter reveals 7 Steps to Help You Land a Non-Profit Job. Steps in Salpeter’s article include: Volunteer in organizations where you have a strong interest and your can create a real impact Meet People Get Involved in your target sector. Read Full Article

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