November and December are actually excellent times to search for a job, employment expert Ford R. Myers says.
It’s much harder for a 50-year-old to land a good-paying job with benefits. Here are some tips to compete with the kids.
It’s tough enough looking for a job without being scammed by con artists and financial fraud artists.
How can you conduct a 'confidential' job search – one in which your anonymity is secure and there’s little chance your boss will find out you’re looking for new opportunities?
A university study finds 45% of all workers would return to work for an employer that showed them the door — especially among the 5 million Americans unemployed for more than 27 weeks.
Whether employees like it or not, the workforce landscape is changing – edging away from the era of the full-time, salaried workers and closer to a freelance-and-full-time mix of staffers.
With the job market so competitive, candidates who understand why they’re not hearing back from potential employers and do something about it are the ones most likely to break through and get hired.
Fortunately for job-seekers, background checks are becoming a lower priority for employers.
Becoming your own boss doesn't mean inventing an app, selling real estate or becoming a consultant. Here are seven ideas.
For job-seekers who remain in the dark after shipping off an application or completing a job interview, the best defense is a good offense.