The Magic of Telecommuting

Ahhh, working from home; what’s not to like? You don’t have to get up as early, it’s generally a lot quieter, and more often than not you can still make all your meetings thanks to some digital or mobile device. More and […]

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The Virtual Job Hunt

How many of you have used an online job board or networking site, such as LinkedIn? Probably almost everyone has by now and it seems like the next phase in job hunting is more digitally focused than ever.  Even Facebook may be […]

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Happy 4th of July

  Happy Independence Day from Adecco! We hope you’re enjoying the 4th and all the fun that comes along with it. Tell us how you’re spending the day off in the comments–we look forward to hearing your stories!

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Surviving the Office: The Distress Drawer

With many people spending 40+ hours at the office every week, it almost becomes like your second home. Sometimes you need to stock up on various items to make your work life more comfortable. When I first started working, my mom gave […]

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Examining the American Workforce Webinar

Hiring military personnel can be a huge advantage to your organization. Join us at 2 pm EST on Thursday, June 14 for a webinar about developing an effective program for hiring this important group. Register for the webinar here and check out […]

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The Ten Best Cities for Finding a Job NOW

The economy, while still by no means great, is improving slowly but surely and as such, new opportunities are springing up all across the country. But where do you go and why? Based on data from the U.S. Department of Labor and […]

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Incorporating Social Media into Your Job Search

Everyone knows by now how important it is to have a great resume, but not many people are taking advantage of leveraging social media as part of their overall job search approach. More and more employers (and recruiters) are bringing social media […]

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Life after college for the class of 2012

In the six years since I left the hallowed halls of UConn (Go Huskies!) so much has already changed. In 2006, your grandma couldn’t use Facebook yet and there was no such thing as Twitter or Pinterest. In 2012 things are different. […]

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