SAN DIEGO CAREER FAIR Thursday, February 27, 2014 10:00 am to 2:00 pm Doubletree Hotel San Diego/Mission Valley 7450 Hazard Center Drive San Diego, CA 92108 View Larger Map FREE TO JOB SEEKERS NO PRE-REGISTRATION Please dress professionally and bring several copies of your resume. Employers interested in exhibiting at the event please call (951) […]
In an age where “selfie” is now considered a real word, (Hah, I’m not kidding, look it up) there are many online platforms and profiles that require a photo. Particularly in a job search, there are a few things you should keep in mind: 1. Always have a profile photo. There are a lot […]
An MBA is an achievement that doesn’t come easy. A lot of time and hard work goes into getting a master’s degree. Universum USA recently took a survey of MBA Students to see where they would most want to look. Take a look http://cnnmon.ie/15NHNb2. Are these companies you would like to work for? Let me […]
No college degree? No need to panic. According to this CNNMoney article, college degrees are simply not necessary for many jobs, particularly for web developers. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the demand for these professionals will continue to increase because the Internet has assumed such a prominent role in everyday life. In fact, […]
Take a look at the latest list of ads from the state Employment Development Department in Jonathan Horn’s U-T article! Technology and healthcare are still among the occupations with the most job ads.
Each quarter, our Employment Outlook Survey measures hiring confidence among over 65,000 employers in 42 countries/territories. Our quarter two results for 2013 revealed that San Diego employers are expected to hire at a solid pace. From April to June, 19% of the companies interviewed plan to hire more employees, while 8% expect to reduce staff. […]
Over the past few years, I have witnessed a growing trend of increased educational and technical requirements for workers across a number of different job sectors. A new survey from the Society for Human Resource Management and Achieve found that, compared to 10 years ago, there are more jobs with specific technical requirements and a higher […]
May is approaching, which puts the employment focus on college graduates. Many undergrads will be taking their first major career steps. Meanwhile, others with advance degrees will be re-entering the workforce or seeking to elevate their job titles and salaries. What are you feeling as graduation approaches? Are you anxious, nervous, confident –-all of the […]