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  • Indeed.com adds resume search

    Indeed.com adds resume search
    A new resume search claims more than 42,000 job hunters in Chicago. Indeed.com launched its open resume search Sept. 14, but the site has been taking resume uploads since February, including imported LinkedIn profiles. For now, the search at indeed.com/...
  • I Hate My Job, But Can't Quit

    I Hate My Job, But Can't Quit
    Dislike your job, but due to finances or other circumstances, you can't quit? Well, there are ways you can benefit from you current situation. We spoke with Stuart Schnell, vice president of CareerBuilder, about strategies for making the most out of an...
  • What hiring managers really want to see

    What hiring managers really want to see
    When you're job searching, simply getting the attention of potential employers can be a challenge. Of course, there are always a few tricks to keep employers intrigued, no matter what job you're eager to land. Wondering what hiring managers want to see?...
  • College Graduates Using Many Online Sites To Explore Job Market

    Monster.com: Monster is one of the largest employment sites in the world. In addition to providing job listings, Monster also offers tips about applying for jobs and improving one's resume. CareerBuilder: CareerBuilder is owned by three major newspaper...
  • 10 tips for beating long-term unemployment

    10 tips for beating long-term unemployment
    There's no question that long-term joblessness is a frustrating experience. Besides the financial consequences that come with prolonged unemployment, many job seekers find it difficult to stay motivated and to continue to push forward in a job search...
  • BYO background check

    BYO background check
    It's important to cover all your bases when going in for a job interview: Your resume is in order. You've removed all compromising photos from your Facebook and LinkedIn profiles. But do you know how you'll fare on the background check? "I think more...
  • Discrimination against unemployed continues in online ad postings, study says

    Discrimination against unemployed continues in online ad postings, study says
    Many employers are discriminating against the unemployed in online advertising, according to a study by advocacy group National Employment Law Project released Tuesday, July 12. NELP identified more than 150 ads that included exclusions based on...
  • Are you 'married' to your co-worker?

    Are you 'married' to your co-worker?
    Many people say they have what's known as a work spouse: a co-worker with whom you have a close platonic relationship. Certified career coach Hallie Crawford says you may have a work spouse if: 1. You and a co-worker share information you would only...
  • Social media can link you to a job

    Social media can link you to a job
    Job hunters: If you're not on LinkedIn, you're not where three-fourths of U.S. job recruiters are posting jobs. LinkedIn far outpaces Twitter and Facebook for job postings, according to a report released this month by Bullhorn Reach, a company that...
  • DFW Good for Recent Grads

    DFW Good for Recent Grads
    A recent CareerBuilder.com and Apartments.com study shows Dallas Fort Worth fares 5th best in the country for new college graduates.  Experts like Tony Beshara, President of Babich and Assoc, says, "The average business in the United States, there are 7.5...
  • Those party photos could cost you a job

    Those party photos could cost you a job
    In a controversial twist on the exploding use of online social media, more employers are poring over the websites to weed out job applicants whose posts reveal that they use foul language, take drugs, associate with gangs or have other questionable...
  • CareerBuilder's job forecast shows cautious optimism

    CareerBuilder's job forecast shows cautious optimism
    Employers have cautious optimism to start off the new year. Careerbuilder's annual job forecast is predicting new jobs by mid-year. CareerBuilder's job forecast surveyed 3,000 hiring managers. One out of every four said they are planning to add staff...