The theme of looking for a job in 2015 is not just getting a job but finding work that can pay a decent wage. Here are opportunities to consider.
Training is crucial if you want to stay competitive in your field.
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Whether you want a new job, or just want to make sure you already have a great job, Glassdoor has released its inaugural report highlighting the 25 Best Jobs in America for 2015.
Launched in 2013, JPMorgan Chase’s ReEntry program focuses on recruiting out-of-work talent who once worked in financial services, but left the industry to raise children or care for a parent. The...
If you suspect you might be about to lose your job, you should do everything you can to prepare financially. Here are some ways to be proactive to ensure that you land on your feet if you lose your...
A New Jersey state senator is proposing legislation to retrain thousands of laid-off Atlantic City casino workers for new jobs.
According to Glassdoor, Google is now ranked as the top employer, but businesses outside of Silicon Valley are steadily climbing the list of the top places to work.
A job search can take months -- in some cases, up to a year or more -- so it is very important to be prepared financially before you start to look.
By following these steps you can ensure your job search resolution will be in high gear by Jan. 1.