Tag Archives for " Unemployment "

4 Steps to Nail Your Next Job Interview

Originally posted on the Christian Post on September 16. Dear Chuck,  With great jobs so scarce, I get nervous going into an interview. I’m not sure how to prepare or what to say to stand out from the crowd. What do you recommend?  Desperately Seeking Employment Dear Desperately, Take a deep breath. You can do this! […]

5 Things Jesus Wants to See On Your Resume

Dear Chuck, For so many of us looking for work, the first step always seems to be to get a resume together. Do you have any tips for me on what makes a good resume and on any advice from the Bible for putting my best foot forward? Writing a Resume … Again   Dear […]

3 Tips to Make Your Expensive College Education Count

Originally posted at Christian Post May 27, 2016. Dear Chuck, With kids in college, I’m very worried about whether they can get a job after graduation and about the debt they’re going to need to manage because my wife and I can’t afford to pay for their educations free and clear. But it’s hard to get a […]

The 2007 “Black Swan” has not lost its bite

By Robert Dickie III. Regulation worsens “Black Swan” events. As more Americans struggle to build a full-time life in a part-time world, the cosmic shift in job creation from steady employment to a patchwork of professions leaves many wondering when this will end. This question assumes some kind of jobs bubble burst, forcing market corrections […]

Writing a résumé

A résumé provides a well-thought-out, concise picture of you—the job seeker. It needs to communicate quickly, clearly, and accurately your objective, qualifications, experience, credentials, and accomplishments. Your résumé is generally the first impression of you that a potential employer gets, so it is important for it to be concise, yet impressive. Help Since most people—especially […]

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