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Ten Companies Hiring Work from Home

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Can you imagine how simple your life would be if you never had to drive to work? If you have the self-discipline to work from home, the right opportunity could help you get back those commute hours and gain some extra time each day to do whatever you want.

Wondering where to start? Here are 10 companies hiring for work from home right now:.....

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Resume and Cover Letters: Do's and Don'ts

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Congratulations on completing your college degree. Now the real challenge begins as you enter the job market. You can make your job search easier if you format your resume and cover letters with care. Even recruiters for entry level jobs are looking for polished resumes and letters that demonstrate your ability to communicate as well as present your career skills. Here are five key do's and don'ts that can make or break the success of your job search.....

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How to Get a Job When No One's Hiring.

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David Perry, a longtime headhunter, says you're wasting your time if you're looking for job postings online. And he should know: he's often the guy on the other side helping companies lure new talent. Perry, who's based in Ottawa, says that in the last 22 years he has accomplished 996 searches totaling $172 million in salary. And the bottom line in today's economy, he says, is you have to tap the "hidden job market."  Perry's also the co-author of "Guerrilla Marketing for Job Hunters" and he recently spoke with Fortune.

What's the "hidden job market"?

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Quintessential Careers

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Quintessential Careers is a great site to visit for your job search needs. Please feel free to browse the site listed below. 

More Grads Turning to Internships

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For months, senior Rachel Morrissey polished her resume, networked with family and friends and diligently applied for dozens of jobs, hoping to snag a full-time graphic design position.

When nothing worked, the studio art major shifted her search and eventually landed a six-month unpaid internship at a Connecticut stationery company.

“An internship seemed like the better route,” she said......

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Job Search Page-Another Helping Hand on the Road to Getting a Great Job

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 Job Search Page offers Students instant and free access to millions of available jobs from across the web.  With a quick search your students can find jobs from career websites, employers directly, staffing agencies, newspapers and more.  Thousands of students are already finding our website to be a great asset to their job search.

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New Poll Indicates Stable Hiring Prospects for Class of 2009

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 In a survey conducted by, the #1 entry-level job site on the Internet, 86 percent of graduating seniors expect to graduate without a job offer. Yet employers expect hiring levels to hold steady this year, according to a survey sponsored by The National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE). The survery shows that while the current economy may have dampened the hopes of new college graduates, it hasn't necessarily affected their employment prospects....

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Scholarships, Online Degrees, and More!

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 The College Scholarships, Colleges, and Online Degrees page is designed to offer college-bound, graduate school-bound, and career school bound students of all ages information easy access to information about a wide variety of subjects which include:

  •  free college scholarship and financial aid searches.


  •  SAT and ACT test preparation tips, and more.

  •  colleges and universities throughout the United States.

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How to Make Yourself Standout in an Interview

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 Believe it or not, it is not your outstanding professional track record or your exceptional academic pedigree that make you standout in an interview.  Those are the things that get you the interview.  Once you walk in the room and sit down in front of the interviewer, it is a whole new ball game.  If you want to Standout in Your Interview, you need to focus on the following steps to differentiate yourself from your peers...

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Job Hunting Advice-The Resume

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Your resume is the starting point of your job search. Considering the time and effort you spend developing your skills, writing an effective resume is a comparatively small additional investment of time. An effective resume will put you in position to begin using your hard-earned skills....

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What Not to Wear-An Interviewee's Guide

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 If television sitcoms of the 1980s and 1990s are to be believed, every parent in America argued with a teenager who wanted to wear ripped jeans and ill-fitting shirts to school.

These shows also implied that the youth of America ran around speaking like Valley Girls and using slang no one over the age of 17 understood.

I thought these fashion battles were dramatized TV nonsense and never happened in real households.

I was wrong.

Judging by the amount of inappropriate attire job seekers wear to interviews and employees wear to work, many adults are taking advantage of the freedom to wear whatever they choose. And some of them seem to be wearing the exact clothes their parents disapproved of over a decade (or two) ago........

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Interview Strategies

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In recent weeks, recruiters for Consolidated Container Co. have seen job candidates arrive up to an hour early for interviews. Other candidates have alluded to financial hardships while in the hot seat, and one person even distributed bound copies of documents describing projects he completed for past employers. These sorts of tactics aren't exactly winners....

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