Economists have been predicting a ‘jobless’ recovery from the recession. In layman’s terms this means that there will slow progress where the economic conditions will improve based on GDP, but unemployment rates will barely changed. This means that people need to be aware of their job climate, where jobs are in demand, and what to do to improve their career prospects.
I’ve been reading some great career related advice from fellow personal finance bloggers and want to share some of these great reads with you. These articles were just written and contain a plethora of information.
Excerpt: “Everything generally makes sense except for one rule that I once read: “One shall not discriminate against someone over 40.”
Excerpt: “Take some additional classes to keep you one step ahead of your competition”
Excerpt: “If you were taking a traditional approach to looking for a new position, a whole stack of expenses would be adding up:”
Excerpt: “Compensation is all about supply and demand and retaining your top talent.”
Excerpt: “If you are unhappy, dissatisfied, or restless in your current position, it may be time to re-evaluate…”
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