Cheryl Casone Archive
Published August 16, 2012
I’ll be posting a new list of job openings each week to coincide with my Fox and Friends, Fox News Radio, and Fox and Friends First appearances.
Published May 21, 2012
According to the latest statistics from the Labor Department and the Institute for Women’s Policy Research, job growth was stronger for women in the month of March.
Published April 24, 2012
One of the most difficult transitions American workers are having to make right now is the prospect of taking a lower-paying job. At this point in the unemployment cycle, it is not uncommon for job seekers to have to take a job for which they are overqualified.
Published April 11, 2012
Sometimes there are reasons the phone hasn’t rung and the emails haven’t started to flow after you've applied for a job, and I wanted to address some of those issues this week.
Published March 29, 2012
When I was a teenager I was so eager to join the workforce (after years of babysitting) that I lied about my age so I could work at the mall. They found out, and I was dismissed a few weeks later, but I learned something important: if you have the determination to work, you will, and it can start at any age.
Published March 13, 2012
In a perfect world, your kick-booty resume, smiling personality and years of business school are all that is needed to show the hiring world you are the one they need. If only it worked that way!
Published March 07, 2012
Plenty of Americans are finding themselves in this “gray area” of being either over-qualified or under-qualified for open positions. Here are some ideas to get you through until the jobs market improves.
Published February 28, 2012
With unemployment still stubbornly high in 2012, it’s not uncommon to show up for a job fair and see a line that wraps around the corner. But what if you are just looking for part-time work, something to keep you busy, and give you a little fun money on the side?
Published February 13, 2012
There are more than 500,000 apps available for the iPhone and the iPad tablet, and it turns out many of them can help you get a job.
Published February 07, 2012
A study by Duke University researchers found that CEOs are more likely to be rated as “competent”, and actually make more money, based just on appearance.