i_squeeze :

I’m an Office Manager and Senior Executive Assistant with a current security clearance (secret) and military background. I want to search for a job, but in no particular city. How do I do that? Normally when job searching, you search for a job in a particular city. I just want to put my resume out there and see what feedback I get. Any suggestions? Thanks.
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dingding :

I might have to start job searching in a couple of months due to a potential layoff. I haven’t been in the job market for several years, and I know there are a ton of new job search websites out there since then. Used to be that Monster was pretty much it! I have a bachelor’s and about 20 years experience in the marketing/advertising field. I would appreciate recommendations for professional sites that offer more than just a bunch of entry-level stuff and bogus sales jobs.

jaded_u_714 :

I am currently trying to job hunt and am interested in a financial counseling position with a non-profit compant. I DO NOT want to work for a credit card company…only non-profits! I am having a horrible time finding any jobs that are anything close to what I want to do. I am using Monster and Yahoo Hotjobs and can’t find a thing. Anyone have any search tips for this career or any other sites that could help me? Thanks!! And btw, I will be an AFC (an Accredited Financial Counselor) soon so I have more than the needed experience and credentials.
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adubka :

Im currently an accountant for a large company and most days consist of balancing not falling asleep and updating spreadsheets/databases. I would like to move into a financial analyst role that would involve some travel, as I feel this would add an interesting dimension to my career. The problem Im having is with the major job search websites, non of which seem to offer much info regarding travel involved with the postings. Does anyone have any ideas where I can find this information, or even a specific company to look into?

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Sports on television can be a lot of fun to watch. Many people never think about the fun that they will find at a live game. You really should think about it though. It is live action. There are mishaps and blunders as well as outstanding plays that you will never forget seeing. It is different than watching it on television and you can have fun at an ICC game. Perhaps more fun than you ever imagined it would be possible to have.

What You Miss Out in Televised Sports

Televised sports and the mini clips you may watch on your computer can be impressive. You will see the highlights and a few mishaps. You may even get to see the crowd on its feet and showing their support for their most favorite teams. The thing is; you only see half of what is really going on. There are things that happen that are not always caught on camera and if they are; you really do not get the full prospective of what is taking place. For instance, when the crowd goes wild stomping their feet hard enough that it vibrates within your body or the roar of the crowd when a great play is made. These things cannot be duplicated. It is things that will get into your system and make you more excited than ever to be a part of the action.

ICC Gets Inside Your System

Have you ever seen a crowded stadium break out in the wave and have it come off perfectly? It happens often at an ICC game, especially during half time when the players are taking a break. It is done as a show of support for the players and the crowd’s love of the game. It is a time when everyone comes together and there is no debate about which team is better than the other. It often ends up being a wave that wraps around the arena several times and every person there enjoys it. It makes viewers a part of the action and everyone is a part of it all at once. It gets inside your system and makes you happier to be a part of it. It is also something you will never get from your television or your home computer. Are you ready to become a part of the ICC and show your support for your favorite team in this way?

waterrafter1234 :

I am planning on moving to Chicago in two months and have been trying to do my job search from several states away. I am not sure if there is more that I can be doing–mostly I have been applying online. Any tips on what I can do to make myself noticed by potential employers? I am a little afraid that they might be turned off by the fact that I live so far away right now. Any tips would be helpful. Thanks!

stridermorph :

I can’t find a job search engine that has job openings for an inexperienced 16 yr old high school student.

Shasta McNasty 2007 :

I know I can write off expenses related to a job search. I was searching for a job for two months, and during that time, I racked up $400 in cell phone calls (phone interviews, voicemail). However, I have personal calls mixed in as well. Can I write off the bills for the entire two months, or only the specific phone calls I made?

telenaus :

I’m coming back into the work force after a long period of time almost 10 years, and my nephew is getting ready to go in to the workforce for the first time (we are both getting out of schools), should we be looking at the same job search sites (monster / career builder, etc) , and which seem to be the best to use?
AH the fun thing about being a lvl 3 on here is I expect to hear a load of cr** but sometimes you get someone who actually answers, and helps.

ranbruton :

I am a teacher looking to get into a different profession. I want to start a job search but I have school until June. Is it too early to start looking for a job? Also, will anybody give me an interview if I say on my resume that I can’t start until June?

What is the best job search engine you have used and why?

voncasec : I am looking fora job in GIS/Remote Sensing and I was curious if anyone can recommend a really god job search database for this or any other field. i.e. are there better job posting sites than monster or hot jobs?

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How long is the average job search?

amazonsylk : How long does it take for the average Manager Level person to find a job? I have a friend who has been looking for a job as a Sr. Accountant and he is getting very discouraged. How long was your last job search and do you have any suggestions on good recruiters or [...]

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