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A guide to all things job hunting!
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Looking For A Job? Develop Mobile Apps

Looking For A Job? Develop Mobile Apps | Job Hunter's Guide | Scoop.it
The U.S. has lost 4.3 million nonfarm jobs since 2009, but job growth has taken off in some surprising areas. Take app development. That seemingly constrained industry is having an outsized - and positive - impact on regions ...
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Job Hunting? (RED) and 180+ Others Are Hiring

Job Hunting? (RED) and 180+ Others Are Hiring | Job Hunter's Guide | Scoop.it
The world's best companies have positions to fill, and these job posts from our listings may be right for you.
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The Real Question Americans are Afraid to ask about a 7.8% Unemployment Rate - Examiner.com

The Real Question Americans are Afraid to ask about a 7.8% Unemployment Rate - Examiner.com | Job Hunter's Guide | Scoop.it
The Real Question Americans are Afraid to ask about a 7.8% Unemployment RateExaminer.comIt wasn't expected to be as dynamic as it was; but the second the announcement of a 7.8 percent unemployment rate was made, every pundit and opinion-maker...
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Should You Accept the Job Offer or Walk Away?

Should You Accept the Job Offer or Walk Away? | Job Hunter's Guide | Scoop.it
The hiring manager calls with great news: the job is yours. Phew, the hard part is over, right? Maybe not. Determining whether to take a job offer can—and should—be a difficult decision. In a bad economy or if you're eager to ...
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American Job Seekers Still Choose Facebook over LinkedIn, Twitter

American Job Seekers Still Choose Facebook over LinkedIn, Twitter | Job Hunter's Guide | Scoop.it
75 percent of American workers are actively looking for, or consider themselves open to, new jobs. This is the 2012 number, up from 2011′s 69 percent of the workforce. On the flipside, one third of job seekers feel less ...
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