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Posts Tagged ‘The Best’

June 21st, 2010 by Sergey Novoselov   Posted in Job News, Most Popular

Find the best employers in your area:

1 USAA best_places_to_work_in_it_2010
2 Booz Allen Hamilton Inc.
3 JM Family Enterprises Inc.
4 General Mills Inc.
5 University of Pennsylvania
6 SAS Institute Inc.
7 Quicken Loans Inc.
8 Verizon Wireless
9 Securian Financial Group Inc.
10 Salesforce.com Inc.
11 Kellogg Co.
12 Southern California Edison Co.
13 H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute Inc.
14 American Fidelity Assurance Co.
15 Genentech Inc.
16 Campbell Soup Co.
17 Chesapeake Energy Corp.
18 American Express Co.
19 Prudential Financial Inc.
20 Qualcomm Inc.
21 Scottrade Inc.
22 National Information Solutions Cooperative
23 Marriott International Inc.
24 University of Miami
25 DTE Energy Co.


See Complete List and learn employee statistics, training days and budget, as well as, other userful information.
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June 4th, 2010 by Andrew Kucheriavy   Posted in Humor, Interviewing, Most Popular

ikea-interviewMany technology companies like Google and Microsoft have been known to ask tough analytical questions at job interviews designed to evaluate candidate’s analytical skills and problem solving abilities.  Some of these off-the-wall questions can really catch you of guard, especially if your mind is set to come up with straightforward answers.  The way you answer these questions says a lot about your thinking ability and is a great way to show off your creativity, analytical skills, and a good sense of humor.

Do you think you could come up with better answers? Please share them in the comments!

Q:  On a scale of 1 to 10 how happy are you?

A:  Eight or nine, but would be a 10 if I could work for your company.


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April 20th, 2010 by Sergey Novoselov   Posted in Job News

I want your resumeReputation Institute, a private consulting firm, conducted almost 25,000 online interviews asking people about their opinions of products and services, workplace, innovation, governance, financial performance and leadership of the nation’s largest 150 companies, Forbes reports. Based on responses it assigned each company a score and ranked them.

Financial service companies and other big names like Toyota Motors are under public scrutiny this year, which opened opportunities for others. The companies at the top of this year’s list were mostly household names and food makers. Top ten companies are:
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April 16th, 2010 by Andrew Kucheriavy   Posted in Most Popular, Resumark News

facebook_logo_squareWe have recently come across a great list of 39 Most Popular Facebook Pages In The World for Job Search by Jacob Share of Jobmob.co.il.   We were happy to see Resumark’s own Facebook Page ranked #12.  However, after studying the list a bit closer, we realized that not every popular page may be useful to job seekers.  Just like with everything else in life – bigger isn’t always better.

So we have decided to put together our own version of this list ranking pages by their value to job seekers based on the feedback generated by their own fans.  We focused on pages that are 1) in English; 2) offer positions in the U.S. or internationally; and 3) contain useful and well-maintained resources and information.  We have eliminated pages that only output their job listings (there are job websites for that) and duplicate pages that represent same company in different regions or fields.

We believe that these are the best 10. Here is our list:

The Most Useful Facebook Pages that Every Job Seeker Should Join:  


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April 6th, 2010 by Tatiana Varenik   Posted in In the Workplace, Job News, Salary & Finances

Get paid for your resume!CareerCast, a jobs website conducted a research comparing 200 different positions across multiple industries, skill levels and salary ranges, using five key measurement criteria – stress, working environment, income, physical demands, and hiring outlook.

Let’s look at the results, the best and the worst jobs:
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