In A Largely Positive March Jobs Report?
The Bureau of Labor Statistics described the increase as “insignificant,” as it fell below the 0.18 percent necessary to be deemed significant. But economists greeted the uptick as good news. In essence, it means more people want to work.
One of the lingering effects of the Great Recession has been a vast pool of adults who simply gave up on finding work. The government does not include these sidelined workers in its official unemployment rate. Read More.
This is important for a number of reasons, including your mental health. Faced with a long bout of unemployment after working for some time can easily lead to an unhealthy rut. Read More.
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Picture this: You walk out the door from an interview at your coveted next job and you’re feeling pretty good about yourself. You nailed the interview, gave great examples of your experience and successes and even charmed the hiring manager with stories about your backpacking trip through the Himalayas.
The employer has asked you to share your references. You’ve kept up good relationships with these folks and are confident in what they’ll say. You know they can only help your cause.
What could possibly go wrong? Read More.
2 Day Job Readiness Workshops Filling Up FAST -Limited to the first 25 participants!!!
Improve your chances of getting a new job by taking advantage of the Ready To Work NJ 2 Day Workshop! Upcoming workshops are scheduled at:
- Camden CC – Apr. 19 & 20 Contact Dan Lim
- Union CC – Apr. 26 & 27 Contact John Radvany
- Middlesex CC – Apr. 27 & 28 Contact John Radvany
- Gloucester CC – Apr. 27 & 28 Contact Dan Lim
- Essex CC – Apr. 28 & 29 Contact Dale Favia
Candidates may also receive a phone call from the participating Colleges. Note: if email link doesn’t work, please use the first initial last name @ njworkforce.org to send an email.