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February 21st, 2012 by Danielle Kogan   Posted in Job News, On the Radar

Does your career hit the mark?
Via: CollegeOnline.org
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December 25th, 2011 by Danielle Kogan   Posted in On the Radar

Happy Holidays from Resumark.com!
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You know you have what it take to land that dream job, but maybe you need some résumé  Rx. Try following this visual guide for a few tips on creating an eye-catching résumé.

Anatomy of an Outstanding Resume

Anatomy of an Outstanding Resume

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October 5th, 2011 by Danielle Kogan   Posted in Resumark News

Unemployment Extension

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President Barack Obama has implemented a 2012 unemployment benefits extension in California and Florida, two of the highest unemployed statesin the country. These Federally Extended benefits, or emergency unemployment compensation,  have been extended by Congress nine times since they were first passed in June 2008.

Studies show that unemployment insurance extensions increased the share of workers who became re-employed by about 1.3 percentage points in January 2011 by reducing the fraction who excited the labor force, and what this extension intends to do is exactly that- increase the number of Americans who find new jobs.

References for filing an Unemployment Extension for California, Florida, and any other US State can be found at  Unemployment-Extension.Org.
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September 26th, 2011 by Danielle Kogan   Posted in Job News, Networking

obama-linkedin_6161In an effort to promote American Jobs Act introduced earlier this month at a joint session of Congress, President Obama has teamed up with social networking site, LinkedIn for a town hall about creating jobs and growing the economy.

The discussion is moderated by LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner, and features President Obama in a Q&A session with a small audience addressing topics including American Jobs Act, reducing the deficit, creating permanent jobs and other economic issues.



To get involved you can follow the discussion or join and even ask the President a question.
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