Connecticut will pay $1,000 bonus to first 10,000 people who get jobs!

Gov. Lamont says Connecticut will pay $1,000 bonus to first 10,000 people who get jobs. Program aims to get long-term unemployed back to work. By CHRISTOPHER KEATING and ELIZA FAWCETTHARTFORD COURANT |MAY 17, 2021 AT 6:12 PM HARTFORD — With some business owners saying they are having trouble finding workers, Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont announced a plan Monday to pay a…

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10 ridiculously smart questions you should ask in a job interview

By Rachel Weingarten In a crowded job market, the last thing you want to do is botch an interview. Yet people do it every day with this one mistake: not asking any questions in a job interview. The mistake is understandable. You’ve been so busy preparing to answer questions (like the dreaded “what is your greatest weakness” question and other behavioral interview…

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8 signs you should turn down a job offer

You made it through the gauntlet of interviews and got an offer. But is it really good for you? Here are some red flags that should make you think twice. BY GWEN MORAN If you are looking for a new job, you’re not alone. More than half (55%) of Americans plan to look for a new…

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Avoid These 7 Resume Mistakes If You Want A Job Interview

A new study of 2,800 employers highlights the biggest mistakes that applicants make. BY JUDITH HUMPHREY4 MINUTE READ Anyone looking for a job these days knows the path to an interview is paved with more than its share of challenges. The stepping stones include networking, résumé prep, social media optimization, pre-interviews—all this even before you get to the interview. The…

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Resume and Cover Letter Templates

Having trouble deciding on a good template for your resume or cover letter? Check out the link below where you can choose the best option that suits your background and will help you shine! https://templates.office.com/en-us/Resumes-and-Cover-Letters?ocid=eventhub

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Economic News Release – Things Are Looking Up!

Employment Situation Summary THE EMPLOYMENT SITUATION — MARCH 2021 Total nonfarm payroll employment rose by 916,000 in March, and the unemployment rate edged down to 6.0 percent, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported today. These improvements in the labor market reflect the continued resumption of economic activity that had been curtailed due to the…

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