Finding a job in a tough economy can be a challenge but you can successfully find one that suits you – if you know what to do.
At a time when jobs are scarce, Suritah Wignall has designed the career of her dreams: being a visual artist.
In today's tough career-minded world, it's helpful to find a mentor who can meet with you along the way and provide guidance
to help you excel.
Reality is an unemployment rate among the 55-and-older crowd that has
risen by 103 % since the onset of the recession.
Even though the recession technically ended in '09 and more than 4 million jobs have been added nationally, people are still gloomy about the economy.
Today's economy has forced millions of workers to think and
behave like entrepreneurs. African American women are using
Big law firms report that hiring of graduates is well down from its peak of just a few years ago, when legal work was plentiful.
“Wage theft,” the practice of underpaying or not paying workers for
their labor, is a growing problem that reflects a changing economy.
Patent searching for technology firms can make good part-time work for freelancers.
More employers are turning to video resumes and interviews on Skype,
YouTube and similar videoconferencing services to gauge a candidate.