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Who’s Hiring – Top employers week of 7-26-10

Jul 26 2007 in Uncategorized by Phil Rosenberg

Job Openings Added This Week: The banking, telecommunications, business service, retail and health care verticals are the top industries with new job postings this week based on a survey of the nation’s leading job advertisements added during the past seven days. Banking led new hiring advertisements this week as Wells Fargo rose to the top […]

Who’s Hiring – Top employers week of 7-26-10 – Page 2

Jul 26 2007 in Uncategorized by Phil Rosenberg

Total Job Openings: Business Service firms led hiring companies as IBM, Deloitte and Booz Allen were actively staffing. Hospitality was next as Pizza Hut, Marriott, Applebee’s, Cracker Barrel, Boston Market and Hilton continued heavy job advertisements. Telecommunications firms remain top hiring companies with AT&T;, T-Mobile and Verizon still staffing actively. Banking moved higher in the […]

Who’s Firing – Layoffs week ended 7-23-10 – Page 3

Jul 25 2007 in Uncategorized by Phil Rosenberg

Top Layoffs week ended 7-23-10 – Continued The First Occupational Center of New Jersey, Orange NJ (300) Acme Architectural Products, Brooklyn NY (270) Lockheed Martin, MacDill AFB FL and Orlando FL (335) Ceridian, Morrisville NC (190) Kehe Distributors, Elkton FL (183) Skookum Fleet Management, Fort Lewis WA (176) MTA, NYC NY (163) Haldex Brake, Iola […]

Who’s Firing – Layoffs week ended 7-23-10 – Page 2

Jul 25 2007 in Uncategorized by Phil Rosenberg

Top Layoffs week ended 7-23: Transportation topped the list as the Port Authority of Allegheny County announced layoffs of 550 transit workers, Skookum Fleet Management eliminated 176 positions, and MTA cut 163 additional NYC transit jobs. Technology was next, as Applied Materials announced 500 layoffs in its solar manufacturing business. Government remained near the top […]

When Do I Bring Up Salary? Job search question of the week – Page 3

Jul 22 2007 in Uncategorized by Phil Rosenberg

How Do I Address Salary When …: There are a number of situations where employers tend to bring up salary expectation/history questions, and there are some great responses for each of these situations: In the application (written): Some employers with written applications will ask for a salary history or expectations. The candidate isn’t benefited from […]

When Do I Bring Up Salary? Job search question of the week – Page 2

Jul 22 2007 in Uncategorized by Phil Rosenberg

Even if a company were to offer you a job during a first interview, don’t ask about salary. Some hiring managers and HR reps will try to bait you with the salary expectation question – don’t take the bait. Others will try to bait you in the application process, asking on an official looking form […]

Branchout = Facebook Plus Linkedin Divided By Job Search – Page 3

Jul 21 2007 in Uncategorized by Phil Rosenberg

The idea for Branchout started just a few months ago, when one of Rick’s friends asked to be introduced into someone at a specific company for a career discussion. Rick first checked his Linkedin network – but was unsuccessful in finding a contact he was closely connected to on Linkedin. However, Rick makes much greater […]

Branchout = Facebook Plus Linkedin Divided By Job Search – Page 2

Jul 21 2007 in Uncategorized by Phil Rosenberg

How Branchout Can Help Your Job Search: I’m not suggesting that Branchout replace your Linkedin network. It’s still in it’s infancy (it was just launched this week) and it grows more powerful as it gets added to more users Facebook networks. But even in it’s infancy, you can gain a surprising amount of job search […]

30 Things You Can Control In Your Job Search – Page 2

Jul 20 2007 in Uncategorized by Phil Rosenberg

There are also many things you can’t possibly control in your job search. Since you can’t control them, why spend any time trying to manage, or even complain about what you can’t control? We’re not in a job market where the old, random, low-hanging fruit job search techniques work well – it’s just too competitive […]

30 Things You Can Control In Your Job Search – Page 5

Jul 20 2007 in Uncategorized by Phil Rosenberg

Focus On What You Can Control – Controllable Job Search Items #21 – #30: Understand the non-verbal part of interviewing: A number of studies showed that most hiring managers make gut feel decisions based on the first 2-30 seconds in an interview – that may be before you even say hello. Learn how you can […]

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