Archive for June, 2012
While economists and politicians alike were surprised by an unexpected (although modest) period of economic growth during the start of 2012, meager job creation and fluctuating unemployment applications have slowed this improvement considerably in recent weeks.
Many employees are aware of the consequences of not fulfilling their professional obligations to their employers – namely, unemployment.
When it comes to hiring the best employees for premium entry level jobs and paid internships at your small business, it can be a real challenge to compete with the larger businesses and organizations catering to your same recruiting base.
It’s no secret that many candidates bend the truth about themselves when applying for premium entry level jobs and paid internships after college.
America’s economic situation has experienced modest recovery in recent months, and turbulence in the hiring market has made many people skeptical of the longevity of such progress.
As economists and financial authorities await the federal government’s findings on private and public job creation during May, another report has already broken the news on this month’s employment situation.