Posts Tagged with "The Changing Job-Market"

JobOingo Job Search

Friday, June 1, 2007

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Found this listing of job-search categories from JobOingo, an all-in-one job-search tool: Accounting jobs Administrative jobs Advertising jobs Agriculture jobs Architectural jobs Art jobs Attorney jobs Automotive jobs Aviation jobs Banking jobs Bartender jobs Benefit jobs Biology jobs Biotech jobs Bilingual jobs Billing jobs Bookkeeping jobs Camp jobs Carpenter jobs Catering jobs Chef jobs Chemistry […]

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Oops. We don’t know you as well as we wish we did

Wednesday, May 23, 2007

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Hm. Part of me wants to laugh, another wants to cry. Google’s recruiting department is in the middle of a bloggosphere mud-slinging fest thanks to some less-than particular attention they paid to Amazon’s Web Services Evangelist, Jeff Barr. Today, he notes how the company seeking to organize the worlds information is actually a little disorganized […]

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Calendar: David Ulrich to Present UTC Educational Seminar Apr. 20

Monday, April 9, 2007

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The Utah Technology Council constantly has great events like this on deck: Management Guru David Ulrich to conduct UTC Educational Seminar on April 20 A top ten global thought leader, David Ulrich, will address The new competitive realities for growth and leadership responses at an exclusive 90-minute breakfast presentation. Dr. Ulrich has consulted and done […]

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Prediction: University.net — Subscription Model for Colleges and Universities

Wednesday, April 4, 2007

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Revised: 4/4/07 @ 1:34pm MST I saw a bumper-sticker the other day that said: “Education is what’s left over when you forgot everything you learned in school.” I have a problem with that. There’s no question that, in the flat world, education is becoming as much a commodity as cheap groceries, ipods, tax return services, […]

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TOMORROW: Legislative Leadership Breakfast

Thursday, February 15, 2007

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You are invited to join UTC for an Industry Breakfast with Senate President John Valentine and House Speaker Greg Curtis. This is a unique opportunity to join with your peers to discuss the hottest tech issues on Utah’s capitol hill at the height of the legislative session. Seating is limited so register early! Pres. John […]

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Personal Branding 2.0

Tuesday, October 17, 2006

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I had the pleasure, today, of attending a great, healthy discussion and training on Using Technology in Personal Branding presented well by Jason Alba, jobseeker advocate and founder and CEO of JibberJobber, an online tool to help you actively manage your personal network–CRM style. He videotaped the event, so I expect to see something online […]

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The Labor Pool: Why its a good time to start a business in Utah

Tuesday, October 10, 2006

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Chris Knudsen recently wrote a great piece for Connect Magazine titled Five Reasons Why Now is the Best Time Ever to Start a Business in Utah It’s a great article to read all the way through. I like his reasons and his suggestions (there’s even a to-do list at the bottom). One reason for opportunity […]

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Compare Salaries By Location

Wednesday, September 27, 2006

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I am still jiving over Indeed’s new tool for Salary Search. I was just mashing up some results when I realized the tool nicely allows comparison of salary among localities, or globally (as far as Indeed’s system is concerned, anyway). I started comparing my local market (Utah) to the Indeed global market, not suprized to […]

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Salary Comparison Tool

Wednesday, September 27, 2006

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Ever since I heard about Indeed, I have been a fan. Aggregated jobs search results in one place–alerts by email or RSS/XML. Back in April, I bumped into their Job Trends tool and I analyzed six hot job categories to see their frequency in the indeed job-posting world: Engineer Customer Service Sales Receptionist part time […]

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New All Jobs Search

Thursday, July 20, 2006

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Of course, I like to promote the jobs I am hiring for, but in the spirit of Web2.0, mashable content, and trying to exhibitlovecat-like tendencies (and because I think it’s cool that I can do this), I had created a long time ago a search tool to help job-seekers get in touch with any and […]

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