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  • We're No. 1!?

     
    Last year Money Magazine rated Illinois as the top state for making a living....Gov. Pat Quinn during Wednesday's State of the State speech Well, not exactly. Money Magazine, which is part of the Time-Warner empire, is distinct from MoneyRates.com, a........
  • Why you should never pay to apply for a job

     
    Times are tough, but they aren't tough enough that you should plop down your credit card for the promise of job leads. Here's why. Several companies were accused by federal authorities of duping job seekers into paying for leads for......
  • Agencies say no chimps or dogs harmed in making these ads

     
    Skeckers and Careerbuilder.com use animals to sell their products...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Have A Piercing, Bad Breath? That May Be Why You Didn't Get The Job

    Have A Piercing, Bad Breath? That May Be Why You Didn't Get The Job
    Did you not get that job or promotion even though you thought you did everything right?  It may have nothing to do with your resume or what you said in the interview, but your personal and physical attributes. A few months ago CW 33 News did a story...
  • 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...
  • Is your job making you fat?

    Is your job making you fat?
    This may not feel like a time of plenty. But many U.S. workers' waistlines are expanding through the weak economy, according to a survey by CareerBuilder.com. The poll found that 44% of workers said they had gained weight in their current jobs, with many...
  • Oddest employee complaints about co-workers

    Oddest employee complaints about co-workers
    What's your biggest beef about co-workers? CareerBuilder.com, which is partially owned by Tribune Co., recently asked 2,667 hiring managers and human resources workers to cite some of the oddest complaints they received from employees. Some examples: --...