If hiring were a mythical place (a meritocracy!) the best candidates would get the best jobs, free of the foibles frequently found in the first-date fussiness of the job interview. But it’s not. New research suggests that you need to be first in line.
A jobs-oriented social network for military service members is opening to a new kind of recruit: Veterans.
At this time every year, many new high school graduates enter the working world with no intention of earning a college degree. Yet the lack of a four-year degree doesn’t mean a rewarding career isn’t possible, says a new report from CareerCast.com, Great Jobs Without a College Degree.
So tomorrow you’re a job seeker. The bad news is that if you go the conventional route, you have a tough road. Currently, recruiters and job search sites can literally funnel a thousand …