Where Are The Jobs?


“Get The Job You Want, Even When No One’s Hiring: Take Charge of Your Career, Find a Job You Love, and Earn What You Deserve” by Ford R. Myers (Paperback) – Explains why your chances to find a job are better than you think and gives you the strategies to land your dream job.



The Rise of Knowledge Workers Is Accelerating Despite the Threat of Automation by Josh Zumbrun

Employers Are Seeing the Rise of Boomerang Employees by Ellen Chang

Where Wages Are Lowest and Highest in America by Mike Maciaq

Age Discrimination – How to Handle It in Your Job Search by Kathy Caprino

Millennials in the Workforce: What to Expect by Dr.Woody

5 Steps to Enhance Your Online Job Search by Robin Madell

An Easy Trick To Figure Out if a Company Has Secrets To Hide by Mark Gongloff

14 Companies Hiring in April by Susan Ricker

College Graduates Have Great Hiring Prospects This Year By Susan Ricker

The Big Boom In Health Care Jobsby Carol Kopp

Where are the jobs?

Where the Jobs Will (And Won’t) be in 2014 

Where the Jobs Are, in 2 Graphs (Hint: Not in Manufacturing) 

Top 10 Companies Hiring This Week – Careers Articles – AOL Jobs (Updated Feb 24th 2014)

There’s a Food Jobs Boom in Vermont (Farm to plate initiative yields thousands of food and farm jobs)

16 Respectable Jobs That Pay $90K or More (In-demand professions that offer great pay)

Landed a New Job Working with Animals Thanks to Help from Neighbors (How a healthcare specialist got her job at a veterinary hospital)

Where the Jobs Are: 10 Surprising Places – Identifies the 10 best places to find a job.

10 Best Cities for the Next Decade – Article focuses on cities that the author concluded have the “innovation factor.”

10 Best Cities to Look For Creative Jobs – Identifies cities that the supply/demand ratios for creative talent is more favorable.

What Jobs are in Demand – A blog post that identifies occupations that don’t require a college degree and the industries in which jobs are available.

Stop Applying to 100 Jobs! – This blog post emphasizes the benefits of research and networking.

How to Find a Job in Today’s Economy | eHow.com – Step-by-step instructions/tips.

Best Jobs In A Recession – Bad Economy Jobs – Identifies jobs that will be needed regardless of the situation.

Best Jobs in 2013 – Identifies jobs that have the best prospects for 2013.

The Fastest Growing Jobs in America – Identifies jobs that have grown more than 35% and the education required.

Health Care Industry Will Create 5.6 Million More Jobs By 2020: Study – Provides information about various levels of healthcare occupations and the education required for them. It also contains videos that have information on searching for a job including interviewing.

The Best Jobs for Older People – Identifies jobs for older workers who may want to maintain their earning power.

The 50 Year Old Intern Boomers Go Back to the Bottom – Article about older people who reinvent themselves including a link to another article “The 10 Best Cities for Middle-Aged Workers to Find Jobs.”  There is also a link to an article “Gen Y vs. Boomers: Workplace Conflict Heats Up.”

The 10 Best Cities for Young People to Find Jobs – This article identifies cities with low unemployment for young people and offers suggestions about how to make your job search in these cities more productive.