You're more likely to land a job if you can demonstrate your abilities with something tangible, writes Rich Bellis. Make sure to fully explore your networking connections and continue learning, no matter where you are in your job search.
Tens of thousands of AT&T workers left their jobs Friday after the company missed a union deadline to draft a contract. The workers, many without a contract for the past year, are seeking higher wages, better sales commission, job protection and increased health care contributions.
While college career centers can be helpful resources, they also occasionally provide bad advice, such as to emphasize your education over work experience on your resume. You should always focus on your work experience and avoid bringing portfolios of class work and similar items to job interviews, writes Alison Green.