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When deciding whether to hire a job candidate, interviewers take into account (sometimes subconsciously) everything from the weather on the day of the interview to what the candidate does with their hands.
When searching for a job, location is crucial. Career site Zippia found the best metropolitan areas in the US for wage growth and low unemployment. San Jose was No. 1 and San Francisco made the list, but the others aren't your usual Silicon Valley haunts.
In the US, it's easier to find a good job in certain states. WalletHub recently released a study that took into account factors like unemployment, underemployment, job security, and state nondiscrimination laws and policies.
Here are some of the best places to look for a new job this year.
Candidates flock to a company hiring through a job listing with the word "synergy" in Phoenix and Salt Lake City, but steer clear of gigs using that word in Miami and Philadelphia, text-analysis startup Textio found.
College grads should have a relatively stress-free job search this year — but economists worry for the Class of 2019
Unemployment has reached a 17-year low, according to the April jobs report. That's great news for this batch of grads. Here's why the Class of 2018 is going to have a comparatively easy job search — but it might not be so easy for future graduates.
How to write LinkedIn recommendations that will make your coworkers love you and could even boost your own career
The LinkedIn recommendation you write for someone is a reflection back on you, and it can either help or hurt your own career. Here's how to write a LinkedIn recommendation that makes everyone happy.
As Facebook fights its way out of scandal, a Facebook exec says applying for jobs now will impress its recruiters.
Interviewers sometimes ask tricky questions that get you to reveal information you may have been trying to conceal.
We asked a career expert how to write an email that catches the hiring manager's eye at your dream company.