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How to Become a Camp Ground Host
Camp Hosts are always in demand because the job involves dealing with idiots and cleaning outhouses. However, if you don't have a job, camping out for free can be a great advantage, and you'll meet lots of friendly people (most campers are not idiots) who can set you up with employment connections. More ...

Unemployed? The First Five Things to Do
Deadlines, which seemed so crucial a few days ago, now are hard to recall. What's next? It's all about you now. You need to turn your attention away from the past and start looking at the opportunity in front of you. Here are the top five things you need to do in the first week. More ...

How to Prepare for a Behavioral Interview
If you're in the market for a new job, it's probably wise to prepare for behavioral interviews. Some 30 percent of organizations, including many of America's biggest corporations, now use behavioral interviewing - and the number is growing. More ...

How to Write an Executive Level Resume
Executive-level jobs are harder to find and generally have more competition, so an attention-getting executive resume can make the difference between getting the job and getting left behind. More ...

How to Address Gaps in Your Employment History
In this article you will find tips on how to confidently answer prospective employers about the reasons for any gaps in your employment history. More ...

When Volunteering Helps Your Job Search
Sometimes, volunteering is a decision that is made because one wishes to give back to their community or wants to feel the warmth of helping others. While others undertake volunteering for a different reason - furthering their job search efforts. More ...

How to Apply for Food Stamps
Food stamps is a federal program that helps low-income people buy food. To get be eligible for food stamps, your, households must meet certain requirements, for example households may have a maximum of $2,000 in assets. More ...

Laid Off? Now What Do You Do?
In this article you learn, in simple terms, what caused this recession and why so many people are getting laid off. You also learn what steps you need to take to survive this recession and come out of it stronger than you were when you went in. I can tell you this because I've survived many recessions. More ...

How to Apply for Food Stamps
How you apply for food stamp benefits will vary, some, from state to state but the general guidelines and requirements are the same. Generally speaking, it's fairly painless for an eligible individual or family to apply, qualify and receive food stamp benefits but there are a few things to consider. More ...

How to Use LinkedIn for Your Job Search
Networking remains the number one way to find a job. That is why social networking on the internet has become such a popular tool for job searching. LinkedIn allows you to network with other professionals, and also gives you the opportunity to market yourself through your online profile - allowing recruiters to find you. More ...

Interviewing to Get Hired
Once you get the call for the interview, the next thing that you have to do is prepare for it. You can never over prepare for an interview. The more prepared you are, the harder it will be to make mistakes. More ...

How to Get a U.S. Government Job
Many Federal agencies fill their jobs like private industry by allowing applicants to contact the agency directly for job information and application processing. But, while the process is similar, there are significant differences. More ...

Finally Help Is Available For Those Over 50
Are you over the age of 50 and looking for a new job? Have you discovered that the process of job-seeking is much more difficult than you had expected? Is it all too easy to make excuses: More ...