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Common job search errors: avoiding these mistakes will help you stand out in a crowd. Jan 1, 2007 789
Job searching has changed: the verdict is in: networking alone won't cut it anymore. Jun 1, 2006 746
Employment predictions for 2006: be on the lookout for labor shortages, flexible employers and--yes--more offshoring. Apr 1, 2006 853
The return of the brainteaser interview: puzzles that challenge your logical thinking are back. Correct answers may not be required. Mar 1, 2005 805
Clicking your way to a job: sure, it's not that easy. But the Internet is a great tool for job-hunters who keep up with the latest tricks of the cyberspace trade. Nov 1, 2004 818
A good first impression: those first few minutes of an interview could cost you the job. Oct 1, 2004 634
Internet, then interview: don't walk into an interview cold. Take advantage of the Internet to research the company and where you would fit. Jul 1, 2004 633
Caveat emptor redux: labor shortages are popping up. Unfortunately, there's never a shortage on scams. Feb 1, 2004 747
'Used to' doesn't live here anymore: you're never too old to get an education. Jan 1, 2004 639
Why settle for 1? The best response for recruiters that demand a commitment? Take a hike. (Career Care). Jun 1, 2003 676
Negotiating your salary: knowing what you're worth going in gives you a leg up later. (Career Care). May 1, 2003 698

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