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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 ...

Job Search for the Older Worker
If you're an older worker and you find yourself in a long unemployment line, staring at the back of the head of the person in front of you and wondering how things have come to this pass. Take heart, there's a job out there for you. Even in this economy. More ...

How to Eat Cheap When You're Laid Off
When your income drops substantially because you've been laid off, you've got to conserve your cash as much as possible. Eating out a fancy restaurants is out of the question. Even fast food has become too expensive nowadays. The solution is home-cooked meals - and if you're really tight on cash - home cooked meals based on cheap bulk ingredients. More ...

Job Finding Tips
Finding a job is hard. It takes persistence, confidence and preparation. That being said, there are things one can do to make the transition from unemployed to office superstar faster and less frustrating. The number one thing that alleviates job-finding anxiety is preparation. 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 ...

How to Get a Job for Which You Are Not Really Qualified
Have you ever seen a job posting you really wanted, but for which you may not be entirely qualified? The truth is that many employers are looking for people whom they personally like and get along with. Don't underestimate the power of emotional connections alongside qualifications. More ...

Let the Pros Handle It
When it comes to looking for a job, most people take the Lone Ranger approach. They rely on themselves to figure out what they want to do, write their resume, prepare for interviews, and create a job search strategy. More ...

Can't find a job? Learn How to Crack Into the Hidden Job Market
When a company advertises a job opening, they receive tens of thousands of resumes, and thousands of people looking for work show up at their door step. Is it any wonder that they keep their job opening a secret. The key to finding a job is breaking through to the hidden job market. More ...

Tackling the Transition - The Confident Navigation of a Career Change
Until recently you may have been enjoying the illusion of a secure job, only to get involuntarily thrown overboard - drifting back to the shore of resume revision while brushing up on interview skills. More ...

How to Get a Job With a Criminal Record
Depending on the severity of your offense, your criminal record may not affect your employment prospects at all, or it may make finding a job nearly impossible. While you may face some hurdles, you will eventually be able to find employment, regardless of your record. More ...

Staffing Agencies - Just What Do They Do?
Staffing agencies, or employment agencies - sometimes known as head hunters, offer you the ability to get maximum exposure to a host of corporations who are constantly on the look out for new talent. 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 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 ...

Working With Executive Recruiters
Executive recruiters are not in business to help you land a job. Executive recruiters do not 'hold onto' your resume, look for opportunities that will suit you, and eventually contact you when they find a 'perfect match'. More ...

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