America’s Job Outlook: 5 Growing Careers

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Couponing: A Guide for Students and Recent Graduates

Couponing has recently been the feature of several articles, books, and television shows. While many extreme coupon clippers are suburban moms, students and recent graduates can save hundreds each month by taking advantage of convenient savings opportunities. Using coupons doesn’t have to be intimidating or complex. And with rising food prices and stagnant wages, they Read More …

New Book Helps Job-Seekers Crack the New Market

There’s no question that the world of work is changing. Secure jobs with great benefits are on the decline, while white-collar workers scramble for the good positions that remain. Cracking the New Job Market, by William Holland, offers seven rules for navigating today’s unstable market. The book offers practical advice, particularly in the area of Read More …

The Face of Recession: How to Handle Student Loans

It used to be that a college education practically ensured your chances of obtaining a well-paying career in your field of choice, usually right after graduation graduation.  However, times have changed.  More and more people are pursuing college degrees and, therefore, the competition is high.  To make matters worse, college graduates face the tough realization Read More …

Frustrations of Today’s Job Search

Unemployment remains high, despite improving economic conditions and increased corporate profits.  Job seekers are experiencing as much frustration as ever.  Employers are dragging their feet in the hiring process, posting bogus ads or leaving ads up after jobs are filled, and discriminating against candidates for a variety of reasons.  Below, the most common complaints from Read More …

Advice on Finding a Job After College

When the economy is bad, employers are hesitant to invest in inexperienced applicants, and older workers delay retirement.  Campus recruiting has also dried up, eliminating a way for graduates to find real entry-level jobs.   These factors create significant barriers for new graduates. But it’s not all bad news.  Hiring of 2010 graduates is greater than Read More …

Five High Demand Jobs for the Future

A common concern when choosing a career is future growth and demand. Healthcare is generally the best field for security and growth, but jobs in other fields are also experiencing rapid growth. Ten high demand jobs based on industry, job prospects*, percent growth, and numerical growth:   Veterinary Technologists and Technicians According to the Bureau Read More …

Hiring Trends for 2010 College Graduates

Update: Latest hiring trends for the Class of 2010 (from MSNBC): Dim job outlook brightens for the class of 2010. Summary: 5 % increase in hiring of 2010 graduates over 2009 graduates most in-demand majors :  accounting, business administration, computer science, engineering, and math Survey shows only 40% of graduates have offers, compared to two-thirds Read More …

Top Ten Most Flexible Degree Choices

Recent economic conditions have reinforced the importance of flexibility in the employment marketplace. Selecting a degree program that allows a wide range of employment opportunities is essential for new and returning students in order to maximize their chances of obtaining employment quickly. Here are the ten best options for students seeking to ensure their employability Read More …