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Archive for October, 2009

October 30th, 2009 by Andrew Kucheriavy   Posted in Job Search, Networking, Resumark News

Twitter yesterday announced a much anticipated functionality of Twitter Lists. According to Twitter:  Lists are a great way to organize the people you follow and discover new and interesting accounts.

Twitter yesterday announced a much anticipated functionality of Twitter Lists. According to Twitter: Lists are a great way to organize the people you follow and discover new and interesting accounts.



So what are Twitter Lists? Twitter just announced a much anticipated functionality of Twitter Lists. According to Twitter:  Lists are a great way to organize the people you follow and discover new and interesting accounts. 

You must have seen many websites and blogs listing people to follow on Twitter.  Now you can officially organize people to follow on Twitter by creating your own lists. We thought we would share some of the best Twitter accounts to follow for Jobs, Resumes, Recruiting and Career advice:

You can see our full “list of lists” at http://twitter.com/twittin4job/lists

Or follow them individually:
@twittin4job/top-career-advisors    
@twittin4job/best-recruiters    
@twittin4job/best-resume-writers    
@twittin4job/best-for-jobsearch    
 

Please feel free to follow us: http://twitter.com/twittin4job

And please add Twittin4job to your Twitter list as well!

For more information on how to use Twitter in your job search, please don’t forget to read our article: How to Find a Job on Twitter – 10 Job 2.0 Networking Tips
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October 30th, 2009 by Andrew Kucheriavy   Posted in Resumark News

Do you like the idea behind Resumark.com? Do you enjoy reading or our blog?

How can we make it better? Please, let us what you think about Resumark.com – share your ideas and suggestions, ask questions, report problems or just provide us with your feedback:

How can we make Resumark.com better?



We really care about what you have to say and we are working hard to make sure you have the best possible experience with Resumark.com! We have started a community-powered support for Resumark.com at http://community.resumark.com/. Please share your experience with us!
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October 29th, 2009 by Andrew Sauter   Posted in Job News

WASHINGTON — The economy grew at a 3.5 percent pace in the third quarter, the best showing in two years, fueled by government-supported spending on cars and homes. It’s the strongest signal yet that the economy has entered a new, though fragile, phase of recovery and that the worst recession since the 1930s has ended.

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Going forward, many analysts expect the pace of the budding recovery to be plodding due to rising unemployment and continuing difficulties by both consumers and businesses to secure loans.

“This welcome milestone is just another step, and we still have a long road to travel until the economy is fully recovered,” said Christina Romer, President Barack Obama’s chief economist. “It will take sustained, robust … growth to bring the unemployment rate down substantially. Such a decline in unemployment is, of course, what we are all working to achieve.”

The much-awaited turnaround reported Thursday by the Commerce Department ended the streak of four straight quarters of contracting economic activity, the first time that’s happened on records dating to 1947.


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If you’ve never had an idiot boss, consider yourself very lucky.
The rest of us sometimes have to deal with bosses who are control-freaks, intrusive, micro-managing, rude, and even obnoxious.

So what makes a lousy boss?Idiot Boss

A lousy boss loves to take credit for your work and never gives you praise or positive feedback for any of your achievements.  A lousy boss fails to support you in accomplishing your work and leaves you hanging when you actually need their help.  All the “support” that you get is annoying and counter-productive micro-management when you actually don’t need any help and they are just interfering in your work.

Lousy bosses think their subordinates have no feelings, interests or personal lives outside work.  They think employees are robots designed for carrying out their orders. They make employees stay late after work for no reasons, attend stupid meetings and perform tasks that make no sense or have little purpose.


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October 27th, 2009 by Andrew Sauter   Posted in Job News, Job Search

With the unemployment rate in the United States reaching new heights each month, many are forced to contemplate relocating to reduce their costs of living. Many areas of the country are facing next to zero, or negative growth in salaries. However, there are still some areas in the country where salaries are actually growing (mostly in the East coast and many larger metropolitan areas). Kiplingers just released a new article highligting the growth in salaries from the last quarter of 2008 to the 1st quarter of 2009 across the country (this isn’t job growth, but growth in salaries of the employed):


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