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No degree required: More tech employers looking for skills rather than a diploma

by Jana Kasperkevic Feb 13, 2018
These type of jobs are most likely to be offered with small companies.
Tech is an industry that a lot of young people want to go into.
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How recess can make students better job candidates

by David Brancaccio Dec 19, 2017
Giving students short breaks each day can do a lot.
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Homesickness and regulations: working on a cruise ship isn’t all smooth sailing

by Jana Kasperkevic Oct 4, 2017
Want to swap your cubicle for a cruise ship? Here is what you need to know.
 Fishermen tie up their wooden boat next to a cruise liner in St John's, Antigua.
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Why there is only one cruise ship in the world with an all-American crew

by Jana Kasperkevic Sep 29, 2017
How American protectionism affects cruise ships.
Onlookers watch the cruiseliner "Pride of America" leaving the port of Bremerhaven for its first trip in June 2005. The vessel with a length of 280 meters and place for 2144 passengers is on its way to New York for its ship's christening.
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Ask A Manager

Ask A Manager: What should you do if you're overqualified?

by Marketplace Weekend Staff Sep 22, 2017
Alison Green answers your questions on being overqualified and credit checks.
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People who have jobs are searching for better ones … in Hawaii

by Jana Kasperkevic Sep 20, 2017
Is this a sign of a stronger job market?
Palm trees are silhouetted before the sunset sky at Waikiki beach in Honolulu, Hawaii.
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Ask A Manager

What's the best way to find a job? We ask a manager

by Lizzie O'Leary Sep 15, 2017
Tip: Hand delivering a resume is not OK.
How do you stand out from the crowd when you're applying for a job? Gimmicks don't work, Green says. A solid resume and compelling cover letter do.
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For companies, bad reputations come at a cost

by Jana Kasperkevic Jul 21, 2017
Most people don’t want to work at companies with bad reputations — unless they get a big paycheck.
It would take more than a 50 percent pay bump for people to go work at a company with a bad reputation.
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Why are job interviews getting so complicated?

by Ashley Milne-Tyte Jul 5, 2017
The U.S. is at close to full employment, but companies are getting pickier and less responsive at the same time.
Job seeker Christopher Tan gives a resume to a potential employer during a job fair on December 17, 2008 in Concord, California.
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Graduating into the Economy

How to land a great job as a recent grad

by Molly Wood and Eliza Mills Jun 9, 2017
Alison Green of Ask A Manager lends her advice for recent grads hunting for jobs.
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