A great article from the Columbia Business Times by David Rosman than reiterates the importance of  “networking, networking, networking” including new tools like the twitter based #JobAngels movement along with a professional résumé when competing for jobs in this declining economy.

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technopodge on February 3rd, 2009

Some great tips on how to use Twitter to network and find a job in this tough economy.

Using Twitter to Network and Find a Job | The Talent Buzz.

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technopodge on January 28th, 2009

After all the gloomy economic news lately; it was refreshing to stumble on this article from FORTUNE magazine highlighting 20 companies known to be hiring.  And according to the article even Microsoft & Google are continuing to hire!

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Most disconcerting news to start the first work week of the year!  Hopefully that fire gets put out quickly.

Investors dump $89B in U.S. securities in historic fire sale - USATODAY.com.

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Big News: The economy sucks right now!

And for those of us who need a job and a paycheck to pay our bills, things are certainly getting interesting.

Business Week just published an article stating that November’s 6.7% unemployment rate is a full 2%…

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syndicated on December 25th, 2008

2008 will be remember for many things. The election of the first black president in the United States history, for example, will be long remember. There is a chance that 2008 might be remember even more for the amount of…

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syndicated on December 25th, 2008

Two reports suggest that state and federal public assistance programs may be overwhelmed by the growing ranks of families seeking help during the recession. “The safety net is under severe strain,” said Jean Ross, director of the California Budget Project, a…

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syndicated on December 25th, 2008

Some Bay Area cities are dealing with an increase in shoplifting, a trend that police and security experts believe is linked to tough economic times prompting people to steal items out of need as well as greed. Richmond police have been…

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syndicated on December 25th, 2008

Thousands of troubled Hawaii homeowners who are struggling with rising mortgage payments due to subprime or pay-option loans may find some relief due to an agreement reached between Countrywide Financial Corp. and the state.

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Interesting post from US News & World report on why the US economy will recover faster than popular belief.

Post a comment with your thoughts on our prospects for an economic recovery.

5 Reasons Why the Economy Might Recover Faster Than You Think - Capital…

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