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Wages Increasing: 1 to 10 Rating Scale Interview Question Can Help!

Many signs point to a surge in hiring. One of the best metrics confirming this trend is the number of U.S. job openings, which rose to their highest level ever in April (most recent figures) at 5,400,000 according to the Labor Department’s latest Job Openings and Labor Read More


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Tool To Improve Your Technical Recruiting: Pie Chart Question

Pie Chart QuestionMost of the Commerce Department news on Friday morning sounded bleak for jobs creation including:

  1. Gross Domestic Product (GDP), the broadest sum of goods and services produced across the economy, falling by 0.7% in the first quarter.
  2. S. exports falling by 7.6%, including exports of goods tumbling 14%, the most
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Women and Minority Hiring Makes Good Business Sense!

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According to last week’s figures from the Labor Department, fewer people sought unemployment benefits. Weekly applications for jobless aid fell 9,000 to a seasonally adjusted 282,000. Additionally, the four-week average of jobless claims fell 7,750 to 297,000. Furthermore, over the past 12 months, that average has tumbled about 7 … Read More


Do 4-Year Degrees Yield Higher Salaries?

Historically, a 4-year degree has been a lot more valuable than a 2-year associate’s degree. Therefore, for generations this has justified the time and expense because it guaranteed a middle-class life style. However, as I wrote previously 2014 Job Market Uneven For Graduates. It benefits some in … Read More


2014 Job Market Uneven For Graduates

The 2014 job market for recent graduates has improved over the last two graduation job markets, but that improvement is uneven. For college grads aged 20-24 the unemployment rate this year is 4.4 percent, which is greatly improved from 7.2 percent last year according to the Bureau of Labor StatisticsRead More