Labor Day

How to Find a Job This Labor Day

ENCOURAGED BY IMPROVING JOBS PICTURE, MORE REENTER THE LABOR POOL FINDING A JOB STILL NOT EASY, BUT THESE TIPS SHOULD HELP

In August 2014, about three million Americans re-entered the labor pool, reigniting their job searches after weeks or months of sitting on the sidelines. The reemergence of these job seekers was enough to bump the unemployment rate up to 6.2 percent from the previous month’s reading of 6.1 percent.

2013 Labor Day Trends: Leave the Resume, Take Your Own Device

Monday marks the fifth Labor Day since the official end of the Great Recession in June 2009. While the number of Americans employed is still trying to get back to pre-recession levels, the way people work, where they work and how they work or otherwise earn a living has changed significantly over the last five years and will continue to evolve moving forward, according to one employment expert.

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