For most people on the job market right now, jobs are hard to find — especially for more experienced workers. So the question is often asked, “Should I dumb down my resume to help get my foot in the door?” Here are the pros and cons of dumbing down your resume.
Many thrift store owners and those to make and sell craft items are worrying that the new legislation that regulates lead content in clothing and toys could very well drive them out of business. Here’s how the new lead laws affect you as a thrift store shopper (or owner), or if you’re a crafter who makes handmade items and sells them on places like eBay and Etsy.
Here are 11 things you should do and 4 things you shouldn’t do in the event that your company is doing furloughs or laying off employees. Yes, you can make it through these tough and trying times!
If you are looking for a job — or a second job — you might be discouraged. It seems that jobs are few and far between these days. However, if you extend your job search to a few specific industries, you may find that there are quite a few industries that are actively hiring right now. Here are some places you may want to look to find a job, or possibly even… to start a business.
These new job search tips apply to anyone entering the job market for the very first time. I realize that ‘general’ job search tips can be found in books and websites everywhere, but these are very specific tips geared for TODAY’s job seeker. Consider these the best new ‘modern’ tips that will make the biggest difference in your job search.
While there are many good reasons to live in a home miles away from your place of employment — such as price, and the fact that you may have owned the home before you got the job — there are also many reasons to live closer to your job.
I have realized something about time and money. The fact is that sometimes time is more valuable than money. Here are some things you can do with your time that are more valuable than working a low-wage job.