A four-year college is not for everyone — especially given crushing levels of student debt — but finding a good-paying job is far more difficult without a bachelor's degree.
Resumes & Job Hunt
Research suggests a candidate’s position in the interview process can influence hiring managers’ evaluations. There are ways to avoid this bias.Provided by Seattle University Albers School of Business
Candidates who fit perceptions of health are more likely to be hired, columnist says.
“It’s a worker’s market,” says plumber Chad Ferderer, of Fox Plumbing and Heating in Seattle. “It’s getting hard to find good people because demand is so strong."
If you’ve been out of work for a stretch — say half a year or more — it’s just about past time for you to have returned to the job market.
Résumé screeners and interviewers may be unknowingly influenced by irrelevant characteristics of a candidateProvided by Seattle University Albers School of Business
Many companies, particularly in tech, are having trouble attracting candidates due to scarcity, a local expert says.
Before you get lazy about looking for a new job in 2016, run through this list of pointers to focus your search.
After losing her paralegal job in the recession, Heather Fox accepted a lower-paying retail job, where she's been ever since. A trio of local experts gives her job-search advice to return to the career she loves.
Job profile: Graphic designer turned business owner now employs 10 to walk dogs, cat sit and pet sit at hotels.