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Why A Second Job May Not Be Right For You

» by September 16th, 2009 at 6:23 pm » Comments (2)

In tough financial times, after selling all of your used items and exhausting every other possibility, you may consider getting a second job for some extra income.  It sounds like a relatively easy solution to help your finances, even temporarily, but you should explore all of the angles before you start filling out applications.  Here’s [...]


Should You Get a Job in Government?

» by June 5th, 2009 at 9:16 am » Comments (1)

You’re one of the unfortunate people left without a job in the current economy, and you’ve heard that there are a lot of jobs in government right now as part of Obama’s stimulus package.  These jobs have quite a few advantages, but before you apply, make sure you’re getting into it for the right reasons. [...]


Making a Career Change During a Recession

» by May 13th, 2009 at 6:50 am » Comments (2)

As the economy continues to slump, you may notice your workload continue to rise.  Your company may be experiencing a number of layoffs and cutting costs wherever possible.  With fewer funds to go around and less people to get the job done, you might be expected to take on more responsibility.  Perhaps you already don’t [...]


8 Recession Proof Jobs and Businesses to Be In

» by October 28th, 2008 at 9:04 am » Comments (8)

As economic booms turn into busts, your job security may shift and make you think about recession proof jobs that can not only weather financial storms, but prosper during tough economic times. Recession proof jobs do exists, and they tend to be in areas where there is strong growth even in a down economy, require [...]


Unethical Practice in the Workplace

» by July 11th, 2008 at 11:15 am » Comments (0)

It’s absolutely amazing what companies get away with. Even with strict HR laws and Sarbanes Oxley, the behavior and decisions made by thousands of companies and millions of employees cannot be governed. Managers can be verbally abusive, cross the personal/professional line, and make demands that just are not legal. Companies make decisions to roll out [...]


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