Many U.S. companies have six harsh words for those currently out of work: If you’re unemployed, don’t bother applying.
You landed a job despite the struggling economy, congratulations! But is it a good fit for your personality or your long-term career? Here are seven red flags that a job might not be right for you.
If you’ve been laid off multiple times in a short period of time, you may be able to collect unemployment, but how much and how long varies widely from state to state.
Job interviews always tend to be stressful, but the companies on this list have a track record of asking more difficult questions to weed out candidates.
After cutting back perks and bonuses during the recession, many companies are beginning to reintroduce them to hold on to their best employees.
Have you been working in misery for the past few months – or years—and can’t take it anymore? Here’s what you need to do to quit responsibly without burning bridges.
A job in the geosciences might just be the ticket to a recession-proof career.
If the government wants to create more jobs, it might consider devoting more of its money toward building bike lanes in cities around the country.
In light of Saab’s current financial situation, MainStreet looks at what recourse an employee might have when their company runs out of money to pay them.