Dear Millennial: Don’t Bring your Mom to your Interview and Other Great Tips for Dealing with Helicopter Parents.

This is the next installment in Curzon’s occasional series “Dear Millennial”. By: Curzon Okay, before you read any further, let me qualify and say that throughout this article “Dad” can be substituted for “Mom”, and warn you that the next story is true. Some of the details have been slightly altered to protect the young

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Dear Millennial, You May Not Like Your Job, But….

Dear Millennial, You May Not Like Your Job, But…. Most people will have at least one job that can be described in one word – “awful.” Maybe the workload wasn’t what they told you it would be when you interviewed for the position. Maybe a colleague, or five, was (were) a nightmare to work with.

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10 Things To Know About Working With A Recruiter

10 Things To Know About Working With A Recruiter By: Curzon Staffing 1. The Recruiter does not work for you, but rather on behalf of the client. The Recruiter’s job is to find his / her client the best possible candidate who matches the position requirements. 2. Only a small segment of the Recruiters current

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Holiday Hope for Job Seekers

Over the years, I’ve always been amazed at the number of job seekers that decide to put their search in neutral during the holidays. Whether the reason given is ”No one’s hiring,” or “I need a break,” the end result is the same, nothing done from Thanksgiving until New Year’s Day. Shutting down the job

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Canada adds 12,500 jobs in modest July rebound

A job is a regular activity performed in exchange for payment. A person usually begins a job by becoming an employee, volunteering, or starting a business. The duration of a job may range from an hour (in the case of odd jobs) to a lifetime (in the case of some judges). If a person is

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