Recent Media Coverage
- June 4, 2012MSNBC TODAY-Money: Unemployment Data Highlights Growing Educational DivideIf you want to get a job in this economy, it's becoming increasingly clear that you better also be thinking about getting an education beyond just a high school degree.
- May 19, 2012Wall Street Journal: Networking Mistakes We Often MakeMarketWatch - Networking requires strategy, research and social grace. But as competition for jobs remains high, it's easy to fumble.
- May 18, 2012Los Angeles Times: April job losses end state's eight months of gainsNetworking requires strategy, research and social grace. But as competition for jobs remains high, it's easy to fumble.
- March 31, 2012Tampa Bay Times: Florida unemployment falls to 9.4 percentTampa Bay has emerged as an MVP in Florida's ongoing battle to whittle down its still bloated unemployment rate.
- March 12, 2012USA Today: More Younger Workers Finding JobsThe job outlook is brightening for younger workers, who were hit hard in the recession and play a vital role in the economy.
- March 6, 2012MSNBC: More workers saying: "I quit!"There’s good news on the employment front. A growing number of employees are calling it quits.
In a sign that workers spooked by the Great Recession may be getting some of their career mojo back, two studies find an uptick in the number of employees resigning.
- January 6, 2012Associated Press: Unemployment dips to 8.5%; 200K jobs addedWASHINGTON - Four painful years after the Great Recession struck and wiped out 8.7 million jobs, the United States may finally be in an elusive pattern known as the virtuous cycle — an escalating loop of robust job growth, healthier spending and higher demand.
- December 18, 2011Wall Street Journal: Looking For Work? Keep It Up Through the HolidaysHoliday spirits may be high, but December is no time to hit the pause button on a job search, experts say.
Al Peteroy, a senior consultant with Ambit Energy, talks to job seekers at the Occupy A Desk job fair in New York's Zuccotti Park, earlier this week.