Finding a Job
Making the Most of a Job Fair
Before the Job Fair find out what businesses will be there. The more information you can
gather beforehand, the more successful the job fair is going to be for you. Find out what
businesses are going to be at the job fair, and spend some time doing some research about them. 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 ...
Why Didn't I Get The Job?
If you're like most of us, you've been on many job interviews in your life and haven't
been offered a job after each one. You might have thought you did really well during the
interview and that the person you spoke with really liked you. A few weeks later you get
a standardized "Dear John" letter in the mail, or perhaps you never hear from the company again. More ...
Can You Make a Living as a Workamper While RVing?
Can you make money Workamping? Yes we have made as much as $25,000 in a month and
we've worked for what could be considered less than minimum wage. Many Workampers
hire on at RV campgrounds and resorts just to get their site free for the period
of time they are there, others seek higher paying jobs. More ...
Get The Job You Want, Even When No One's Hiring
In this book, career expert Ford R. Myers maps the new world of job search and reveals
essential strategies for your success. You?ll learn how to seize opportunities that
aren?t posted yet - how to make yourself an instant asset to potential employers - how
to clearly stand-out as the best candidate ... and how to leverage social media, blogs,
and other Web tools. 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 ...
How to Sell Yourself Like a Product in a Job Interview
A sales person about to sell a product to a customer would do some homework or
research so that you could convince your customers that your product was the best
product on the market to fill their needs. If you think of this scenario and apply
it to the job interview process you will find that it is a powerful tool to
use for your interview preparation. More ...
Seven Tips on How to Make a Good Resume
It's the question on almost every job seeker's list: How to make a good resume?
After all, if your resume is no good, it won't get past the Human Resources
department and you won't get a chance to shine at the job interview. More ...
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 ...
How Social Networking Can Help You Get a Job
It did not take employers or human resources departments long to realize that the same
tools that job seekers had been using for years could be used by them to get information
about prospective employees. More ...
Job Hunting After 50
Among the long-term unemployed are many people over the age of 50. Older adults face unique
challenges when seeking employment. Following are highlights to help jumpstart your job
search as a mature worker. More ...
Tax Deductions For Your Job Search
Some job search costs are tax deductible. Even if your job search doesn't yield
results, you can still claim the expenses on your taxes. But there's a catch. The
IRS has three major exclusions. More ...