Finding a Job
The Internet can help you speed through the career search process and find the job of your dreams. ... read more »
Before you begin your job search, you should know which details of your life are on the Internet ... read more »
A lot of companies post job listings on their Web sites, which is great if you know exactly where ... read more »
Your résumé can be the greatest asset to your job search. It is your first, and often ... read more »
You might meet someone on an airplane or in line at the grocery store who offers you the job ... read more »
Think of an interview as the employer's test drive of you as an employee. The sites below can help ... read more »
When the job offers start coming in, be prepared to ask for what you're worth. Use the sites below to find a salary calculator information for a variety of career paths.
- Looking up wages is much easier if you use your exact job title. Many of these sites also allow you to factor in how much previous experience you've had, which can greatly affect potential wages.
- When looking up your potential position's average wage, keep in mind that it's just an average and isn't a guarantee of how much you might make.
- Cost-of-living calculators are also just averages. Consider any extra expenses you have or (if you're lucky) expenses that will be significantly less for you.