My Tuesday, June 26th TV Appearance On First Business

My Tuesday, June 26th TV Appearance On First Business

In case you missed  my appearance discussing the current state of the jobs market on First Business on Tuesday, June 26, 2012: please go to and scroll down to “Television Appearances” to view.

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Unemployment Down To 8.1%; But Still 1 in 6 Either Unemployed Or Under Employed: LINK BUILDING GETS CANDIDATES HIRED!

The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reported this morning that the unemployment rate fell .1% to 8.1% in April. Unfortunately, only 115,000 new jobs were created, which was a drop of 5,000 from March. Furthermore, the number of both unemployed and underemployed (e.g. involuntarily working part-time or just … Read More


Is higher learning currently worth your time and expense? An Ivy League education now costs around $200,000. Yet, 2 million college graduates are now out-of-work! Traditionally, many continued on after college to graduate programs because of the high payoffs. For example, law school had historically been a ticket to … Read More

The Power Of Push For Landing A Job

Finding a job, like losing weight is a difficult task especially during these tough economic times. I have been fighting a propensity towards obesity my whole life. Fortunately, over the last few years I have lost over thirty pounds and kept it off for over one year! In order to … Read More

Phone Screen 1st To Gain More Interview Information

Please go to and click on 11th (below) to view his month’s technical recruiting tip, which is phone screen first.

The key is you can gain a lot of information from a properly structured phone interview. This can save you a lot of time and money in the interview … Read More