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Here are the top ten articles for the Unemployment Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Resume Writing Essentials
Tired of sweating over your resume only to have little or no response from prospective employers? It's time to brush up your resume writing skills with these essential tips.
2. How the Economy Impacts Jobs
There's no doubt that economic conditions and job growth are linked. But how does the economy impact the availability of new jobs? More importantly, how can you be a successful job seeker in a weak economy?
3. Answering Tricky Interview Questions
Do you struggle with answering tricky job interview questions? There is no doubt about it, most of us dread tricky questions during job interviews. Learn tricks and tips to cope with any curve the interviewer may throw your way.
4. Lost Your Job? Now What?
If you unexpectedly lose your job, you may feel stunned, worried, angry, embarrassed, scared, and any number of other emotions. Most of all, you may be asking yourself, “Now what?” Find strategies to cope.
5. I'm Fired? Give me my last Paycheck!
If you've been fired, have you ever wondered how long you had to wait for your last paycheck? Many states have a statue on how long the employer has before they get you that last check. Here is a listing...
6. Job Loss Challenges after 50
Baby boomers losing jobs after age 50 face unique challenges. They are more likely to encounter significant financial losses with less opportunity to recover. Older workers are more at-risk for layoffs than younger workers, and finding a new job is significantly more difficult. Learn why.
7. Unemployment Frequently Asked Questions
Do you have questions about unemployment benefits? Get answers to some of the most frequently asked questions.
8. Applying for Food Stamps
During these economic struggles putting food on the table is difficult. Effective October 1, 2008 the government food stamp program was re-named to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). Find out about applying for SNAP benefits.
9. Education, Income, and Unemployment
The link between education, employment (or unemployment), and income is obvious. An $150,000 investment in education returns over $1,200,000 in lifetime earnings!
10. Weathering the Dreaded Rejection Letter
Rejection letters sting. After all, you invest so much of yourself in the process that rejection feels personal. Learn how to weather the dreaded rejection letter.
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