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Burning Questions Facing The Class Of 2017

TweetMENLO PARK, Calif. — With graduation season upon us, members of the Class of 2017 are planning their entry into professional careers. Many resources exist to help new grads craft a resume or prepare for an interview, but not all questions have simple answers. How people address these gray areas can affect their early career success. Staffing firm Robert Half outlines six questions facing the Class of 2017, with tips for how to approach them. View an infographic about the anatomy of a first-time job search. Question #1: I don’t meetRead More


Work ’till I Die? Give Me a Break! Millennials are Training for Career Ultramarathons–They Plan to Retool and Refuel Along the Way

TweetMILWAUKEE — ManpowerGroup (NYSE: MAN) – Millennials are set to run career ultramarathons and anticipate taking breaks along the way, according to a ManpowerGroup report out today. They prioritize job security and the opportunity for new challenges and types of work. Based on a global study of 1,000 Millennials from across the United States, the report provides practical advice to help employers rethink their people practices for attracting, retaining and developing Millennial workers. American Millennials are preparing to run career ultramarathons. Sixty-six percent expect to work past age 65. Thirty-twoRead More


Hate your job? Pack it up, pack it in – it’s time to head out West

TweetWeston, Mass. – Monster (NYSE: MWW), a global leader in connecting people to jobs, and Brandwatch, the leading social intelligence company, today announced the results of a year-long social media study of more than 1.1 million tweets in the United States analyzing exactly who, what, when, where and why people take to Twitter to discuss how they feel about their jobs. “It’s certainly not just the weather nor differences in temperament that drove the disparity between people in the east hating their jobs and people in the west loving them,”Read More