As a gift to you, Rick Gillis is offering his eBook “The Real Secret to Finding a Job” to you for FREE! Simply click the “Read More” link.  It will take to the download.   Read More:

SAG announced the nominees for the 18th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards this morning and  “The Help” swept the competition.  Other nominations went to Regina King for the drama “Southland” and Laurence Fishburne for his role as Thurgood Marshall.  EURWeb.com has the complete story.  Read More:

1. Take notes. Never stop taking notes. Never say, “I don’t have a pen or a notebook.” Never ever say, “I remember more when I concentrate on listening instead of note-taking.” 2. While you’re taking notes, star anything that needs to be done by you. Your boss isn’t going to wave a flag or jump […]


  While you can never prepare for every question, here are a few pointers to ease the interview jitters. Now that you have on your Sunday’s Best see what to do next! You’ve prepared your best suit, printed several copies of your resume and placed them in your nicest portfolio— even said a prayer. You’re […]

It’s still only a trickle compared to the flood of jobs that America lost to overseas outsourcing in recent decades. But some American businesses are bringing jobs home again.  CNN.com has this optimistic story.   Read More:

Frum asks: “Isn’t it weird that…neither of the two great U.S. political parties is offering a plan to do anything about the job situation?”  Read More:

NASA is looking for underserved and underrepresented college students for a program that allows them to design, build, fly and evaluate gravity experiments. http://www.blackamericaweb.com/?q=articles/news/moving_america_news/23855

The report showed the U.S. economy created 151,000 jobs in October, and economists are hoping even more were created in November.  Read More: .

If everything’s going smoothly, you probably won’t interact with the folks in human resources much between the day you’re hired and your last day with the company. But every day in between, it’s their responsibility to make sure you’re doing your job well. Which means they know a lot more than you might think.  Read […]

Presenting projections by the University of Houston’s Institute for Regional Forecasting, Ted C. Jones, chief economist for Stewart Title Guaranty Co., said area employers will add a little more than 30,000 jobs next year, a 1.2 percent increase.  Read More: