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Last Friday, the US Bureau of Labor Statistics released the jobs report for emplyment in the United States.
On this show, Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter discusses the job market and some of the things you may not have heard yet in a way that makes complex data easy to understand and follow.
Job hunting doesn't need to be hard or take so long.
Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter has been helping people find work by recruiting, providing great information and coaching without any BS for more than 40 years. He is a LIvePerson job hunting expert.
You can receive a complimentary subscription to No B. S. Job Search Advice Ezine (a $499 value) at www.TheBigGameHunter.us. While you're there, explore the great content and job search tools to help you find work.
WE can help you limit your job search time. Each show is 30 minutes or less,
Find a job in less than 30 days
Ex-offenders you can find jobsPart 1 and Part 2
Any Military skills can transfer to civilian jobs
Military friendly businesses need you to make them want t hire you
Always approach job finding anticipating getting the job
Attitude matters most in your job search
Be prepared to answer the question, why you left your last job, honestly yet creatively.
If you have questions, please unse my Blog Talk Radio message board to contact me. I'll responsd by email asap. Follow me on twitter.com@jobsearchwrkshp
Who Said Hiring Staff Has to Be Difficult or Painful?
Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter has been helping organizations hire leaders and staff for more than 40 years.
On this show, Jeff will talk discuss the job market as it is in September 2014.
Trying to hire someone? Email me at JeffAltman@TheBigGameHunter.us
After again being on an hiatus for a few weeks ...Kulture Shok Ent Reportz returns today with #TeaTimebroadcast so tune in for talk focusing on Holiday Season Job Market, NFL update, LBJ recent weight loss plus Hot Topics.
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How the Hidden Job Market Created a New Job for Joseph Troyanovich
Rod’s guest Joe Troyanovich (Research Scientist) will take us on his journey of the lows of an unexpected downsizing through the power of volunteerism to ultimately landing a wonderful position through the Hidden Job Market. Joe will inspire and motivate you with his story. As he says, “If Joe can do it so can you!”
And in our Q&A / Mailbag portion of the show, Rod will answer your most challenging career management questions.
Every day on the internet there are ads and articles about ordinary people getting rich quick, instant millionaires, and fantastic profits from the stock market. Most people know to ignore these hyped up scams, but how do you know when something that appears to be a legitimate claim is not a scam? How can you avoid con artists and those who would take advantage of you and your hard-earned money? Who can you trust? Martha Stokes, CMT explains how to disseminate the difference between a fake statement, and honest reliable information about stocks. This radio show is for everyone who has ever thought about buying a stock, or who is actively trading or investing in the stock market.
Check out Martha’s Market Blog FREE
Without question, we all need to be constantly marketing our businesses for exposure, growth of customer base, and revenue. But we don't really think about marketing our businesses to expand our current business, or start a new one.
If you want to raise the capital for your business new or established then you are going to want to hear the secrets Professor Richard Odesey is going to share with us about how to get real investors with Real Money to Really Invest in Your Company.
Forefield Market Summary presented by Thomas J. Ouellette, President and Founder of Ouellette Wealth Management Group of Lexington, MA. Goal is to summarize financial market action in 5-10 minutes so you can spend more time doing the things you are passionate about in your life.
Your past job title and salary was great. You had senority. You enjoyed the status of the job. Now you are jobless and this is now an employers market. You could or could not be worth all you earned in the past, but the past is the past. Expecting the same job title, salary, and statues in a new job could be what's hurting your opportunity for employment. When you go in expecting the world and you are offered a cubical it's understandable you may be disappointed. But this could be a company that will provide you with the things you desire in time, based on your performance. It could be this is the kind of company that invest in the workers rather than in the work environment itself. Review what you expect in a job. Decide what is and is not negotiable. Remember job expectations could be unreasonable in this employer's market and this could cause a longer job search, and limitied opportunities. The one thing that's true for you and everyone seeking work. The longer you search, the longer you are out of the job market, the more outdated your skills and your work history becomes, and the more you are assuring yourself you likely will not reach the life goals you set for yourself. Keep a work plan going. Change expectations as needed as you continue to advance your work life.
THE FRIENDS of Job continue to accuse him of speaking rashly and insist that he must have committed some sin to provoke Yahweh’s punishment. Zophar the Naamathite, in particular, is almost devoid of sympathy.
For his part, Job rebukes his friends, calling them “miserable comforters”, and longs for death. Yet, in his despair, Job has an understanding of the ways of God that, while not perfect, far surpasses that of his friends.
We see references to the Divine Council (shown explicitly to us in the first two chapters of Job), an understanding of the afterlife (see Dr. Michael S. Heiser’s comments of Sheol here), and possibly even a glimpse of the Messiah in Job 16:19:
Even now, behold, my witness is in heaven,
and he who testifies for me is on high.
And Derek was right–the Egyptian records he referred to are called the Execration Texts (although they refer to the Anakim rather than the Rephaim).
With a degree in Labor Relations from Cornell University and over thirty years experience counseling employees and management, Jeff Maschi is more than qualified to hear your "On The Job Complaining". Call Jeff and ask anything about your job and your workplace. Or, if you're a business owner, ask him how to deal with your employees. Any topic is fair game, like:
My company won't cover my medical expenses.
Hiring and Firing: What's the right and wrong way?
Dealing with Problem Employees.
Asking for more money or time off.
Handling Co-worker Conflicts.
How to Navigate a Bad Boss.
Romance in the Workplace.
When Do You Know It's Time to Go?