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77% Of Currently Employed Workers Compete For Your Next Job

Apr 8 2014 in Featured, Job Search Strategy, reCareered Blog by Phil Rosenberg

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That’s an eye-opening number if you’re looking for a job. But a recent CareerBuilder study projected that 77% of currently employed workers are searching for a new job. Let’s examine CareerBuilder’s projection. In 2010, CareerBuilder reported that 35% of currently employed workers were searching for a job – their recent projection was 220% of 2010’s […]

Update: 80-85% Of The U.S. Workforce Competes For Your Next Job

Apr 1 2013 in Employment Economy, Featured, reCareered Blog by Phil Rosenberg

A CareerBuilder study late last year projected that 85% of US workers were searching for a new job – the numbers haven’t changed much this year. Learn what that means for your job search …

2013 Job Market Forecasts – What to expect in your job search

Jan 2 2013 in Employment Economy, Featured, reCareered Blog by Phil Rosenberg

If part of your New Year’s resolutions included getting a new job, getting your first job, or getting back to work, you’ll want to get a clear understanding of what to expect in the 2013 job market.

Sitting On The Couch Eating Cheetos

Nov 5 2012 in Featured, Job Search Strategy, reCareered Blog by Phil Rosenberg

The first step to change is recognition of how you are perceived by hiring managers. Now that you recognize how your career transition is seen by employers, how can you change what they see?

Origins Of Your Job Search Frustration

May 14 2012 in Featured, Job Search Strategy, reCareered Blog by Phil Rosenberg

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Job seekers have gained the majority of their job search knowledge from the same basic source. But this source hasn’t changed job search strategies to reflect an economy of job shortages …

84% Of Currently Employed Workers Compete For Your Job

Apr 16 2012 in Featured, Job Search Strategy, reCareered Blog by Phil Rosenberg

A CareerBuilder study last year projected that 84% of currently employed workers are searching for a new job and the numbers haven’t changed much this year. Learn what that means for your job search …

How To Job Search Like Peyton Manning – From unemployed to in demand

Mar 21 2012 in Featured, Job Search Strategy, reCareered Blog by Phil Rosenberg

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Peyton Manning went from being one of the most respected professional athletes to unemployed, old for his position, expensive and near the end of his career. Yet, Peyton found a job in less than 2 weeks. Here’s 10 ways to search for a job like Peyton Manning …

Sobering News: Long-Term Unemployment By State

Jul 21 2011 in Employment Economy, Featured, reCareered Blog by Phil Rosenberg

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Today’s Journal included an interactive chart showing long-term unemployment by state. I explain what this chart means to you, based on your state.

Clinton Forum Projects Long Road Ahead For Unemployed

Jun 30 2011 in Employment Economy, Featured, reCareered Blog by Phil Rosenberg

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The Clinton Global Initiative met in Chicago this week, with a focus on job creation. Former President Clinton was there to outline a 14 step plan to create jobs in the US. Read on to learn about the real shockers revealed at the conference – some surprising statistics …

Lessons of Extreme Job-Hunting

Mar 18 2011 in Featured, Job Search Strategy, reCareered Blog by Phil Rosenberg

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I wanted to share this interesting article by Joann S. Lublin, who writes for the Career Strategies section of the Wall Street Journal. By reading the article, you’ll learn that you may not have to go to these extremes to find your next job …

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