Time isn't Money, it's worth more.

Time isn't money; it's worth more - that is the finding of a new study by the Web site salary.com. In the past few years, human resources experts say time off has consistently placed among the top three employee concerns (along with compensation and staffing levels), whereas it used to be farther down the list. A survey of over 4,600 individual employees taken online in November 2004 found that 39 percent would forego a $5,000 raise if they could have more time off to spend with their families; that number is, itself, 20 percent higher than it was three years ago. Kind Regards, Yulin Peng Job Employment Guide URL: www.job-employment-guide.com RSS: http://www.job-employment-guide.com/support-files/job-employment-guide.xml.

Posted by on 15 January 2005 | 10:03 pm

100 Best Companies To Work For

Great Place to Work Institute produces the "100 Best Companies to Work for in America" lists. Three-quarters of the companies on this list held steady with their payments for health insurance. In fact, 13 decreased the amount of the premium paid by employees. More impressive, 20 others continue to offer 100% coverage of health insurance premiums. For more detailed information, see Great Place To Work Institute website. Kind Regards, Yulin Peng Job Employment Guide URL: www.job-employment-guide.com RSS: http://www.job-employment-guide.com/support-files/job-employment-guide.xml.

Posted by on 13 January 2005 | 7:35 pm

Phone Interview

Phone interviews are usually the first steps in hiring process. For job seekers, they are the trial run for the on-site interviews and are some opportunities that you should not bumble. Your goal is not to get an offer, but to secure an on-site interview from the interviewer or the hiring manager. Read more about phone interview techniques, phone interview questions and thank you letter after phone interview. Kind Regards, Yulin Peng Job Employment Guide URL: www.job-employment-guide.com RSS: http://www.job-employment-guide.com/support-files/job-employment-guide.xml.

Posted by on 7 January 2005 | 12:05 am

Resume Writing Services Review

There are many resume writing services online, here is a review that can help you find the best resume writer to get your resume done in a professional way. Kind Regards, Yulin Peng Job Employment Guide URL: www.job-employment-guide.com RSS: http://www.job-employment-guide.com/support-files/job-employment-guide.xml.

Posted by on 4 January 2005 | 10:00 pm

Resume Marketing Service Review

There are many resume marketing services online, here is a review that can help you choose the best service that fits your needs. Kind Regards, Yulin Peng Job Employment Guide URL: www.job-employment-guide.com RSS: http://www.job-employment-guide.com/support-files/job-employment-guide.xml.

Posted by on 4 January 2005 | 9:56 pm

Monster Jobs Search Tips

Monster is the biggest job board on internet. Here are some tips to help you apply for those job on Monster and other online job boards. Kind Regards, Yulin Peng Job Employment Guide URL: www.job-employment-guide.com RSS: http://www.job-employment-guide.com/support-files/job-employment-guide.xml.

Posted by on 4 January 2005 | 9:53 pm

Resume Writing

Everything you need to know about resume writing is here. If you decide to write the resume all by yourself, take a look at Three Resume Formats, Resume Objectives, Resume Template, Resume Samples and Resume Software; If you want to get some professional help, take a look at our Resume Writing Services Review. A review of Resume Distribution Services is also available. Kind Regards, Yulin Peng Job Employment Guide URL: www.job-employment-guide.com RSS: http://www.job-employment-guide.com/support-files/job-employment-guide.xml.

Posted by on 4 January 2005 | 9:43 pm

Online Job Search

Learn to use search engines to dig out many more job opportunities that are buried on internet and are ignored by other job seekers. Read the full article here. Kind Regards, Yulin Peng Job Employment Guide URL: www.job-employment-guide.com RSS: http://www.job-employment-guide.com/support-files/job-employment-guide.xml.

Posted by on 4 January 2005 | 9:33 pm

America's 20 Hottest Job Markets

Another research done by Business2 compared 61 metros with population over 1 million using a weighted formula that includes forecast growth rates in sectors that contain the economy's 10 most skilled occupational clusters, the prevalence of college degrees in the local workforce, and median salary. This research revealed that the top 20 boom towns in America are: 1.  Raleigh-Durham, NC 2.  San Jose, CA 3.  Washington, DC 4.  Austin, TX 5.  Atlanta, GA 6.  West Palm Beach, FL 7.  San Francisco-Oakland, CA 8.  Middlesex-Somerset, NJ 9.  Seattle, WA 10. Boston, MA 11. Sacramento, CA 12. Phoenix, AZ 13. Minneapolis, MN 14. Denver, CO 15. New Haven-Stamford, CT 16. Baltimore, MD 17. San Diego, CA 18. Dallas, TX 19. Charlotte, NC 20. Philadelphia, PA Good luck on your job search. URL: http://www.job-employment-guide.com

Posted by on 3 January 2005 | 11:04 pm

Best Performing Cities: Where America's Jobs Are Created and Sustained

According to a recent research done by Milken Institute, the following 10 cities are the hottest job markets based on their abilities to to create and sustain jobs. It includes both long-term (five years) and short-term (one year) measurements of employment and salary growth. There are also four measurements of technology output growth, which are included because of tech's crucial role in regional economic growth. The top 10 list (with 2003 ranking in parentheses): 1. Fort Myers-Cape Coral, FL (3) 2. Las Vegas, NV (2) 3. Phoenix-Mesa, AZ (43) 4. West Palm Beach-Boca Raton, FL (4) 5. Daytona Beach, FL (116) 6. Sarasota-Bradenton, FL (41) 7. Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers, Ark. (1) 8. Riverside-San Bernardino, CA (20) 9. Fort Lauderdale, FL (29) 10. Monmouth-Ocean, NJ (10) Good luck on your job search. URL: http://www.job-employment-guide.com

Posted by on 3 January 2005 | 10:28 pm