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Originally Published on Bloomberg.com By Jeanna Smialek  Participation for 25- to 34-year-old women up to 2000 levels  Their workforce trend runs counter to that of young men Millennial women are participating in the American job market at levels last seen in 2000 as people like Remya Ravindran dive back into the labor pool. Ravindran landed a...
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Originally Published on cnbc.com By Ellen Sheng@ELLENSHENG The battle for talent is raging on as tech giants, including Amazon and Google, lay plans to open new or expanded operations in Manhattan and Long Island City. In November, Amazon announced it is building a $5 billion second headquarters in Long Island City, with plans to add...
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Originally Published on cnbc.vcom As a new year begins, many workers will be looking for new opportunities. Americans quit their jobs last year at the highest rate since 2001 — and probably will this year, too. “For any type of employment search, you won’t find a better time than right now,” Thomas Moran, CEO of staffing agency Addison...
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Originally Published on wsoctv.com By: Jenna Martin, Charlotte Business Journal CHARLOTTE, N.C. – The Queen City did not fare particularly well in a new ranking of the nation’s best markets to find a job in 2019. [ALSO READ: Charlotte pegged as a hot spot for tech hiring in 2019] That ranking, in which Charlotte placed at No. 102,...
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Originally Published by The Chronicle of Higher Education By Erin Bartram JANUARY 08, 2019 One thing I heard a lot — once I decided to stop looking for a tenure-track job — was that my doctoral skills would be well received beyond the ivory tower. On the “regular” job market, many assured me, I would be more valued than in...
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People who have been outside the labor force for a long time have been bucking conventional wisdom and heading back to work in droves,
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Source: nypost.com If you woke up on New Year’s Day resolving that this will be the year you finally quit complaining about your job and get a new one, your timing is perfect. While the unemployment rate hovers near all-time lows nationwide, jobs in the Big Apple are being created at a faster clip than...
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Originally Published on wsj.com Ghosting, or vanishing without a trace, is one of the bad behaviors of would-be job candidates, according to recruiters who are trying to get them jobs Originally Published on wsj.com Chip Cutter Crystal Romans, a recruiter in North Carolina, set up a face-to-face interview with a job candidate for a position at a large...
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Originally published on CNBC.com The labor market over the past year was one for the record books with unemployment rate at its lowest level in some five decades. The biggest gains in terms of the number of jobs added this year were in professional and business services, education and health services, manufacturing, construction and leisure...
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