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Italian Scientists Win Ig Nobel for Random Promotion Theory

Last year Career-Line introduced you to the Peter Principle and the three Italian scientists who bucked the system with their own take on the Peter Principle.

Job Search Tools: References vs. Referrals

References and referrals have become the most commonly used networking tools for job seekers.

Scam artists take advantage of job seekers

Job seekers, beware!

Follow up letter after a job interview

Sending a follow-up letter after a job interview is vital and could mean the difference between getting hired or not.

Protect Your Social Security Number from Identity Thieves & Scams

Protect Your Social Security Number from Identity Thieves & Scams

This week’s Career-Line posts are about how to protect yourself while searching for a job.

Is the lunch break nearing extinction?

Whether it’s due to the pressures of heavier workloads or the need to prove to your boss that you’re a hard worker hour-long breaks have deviated from the office culture norm.

Google Doubles Down on New York IT Jobs

Google, this morning, made a significant gamble on New York City and its ability to supply the high-quality technology employees, when it agreed to pay between $ 1.

Unemployment Benefits Run Out in New York, Now What?

Being unemployed, especially around the holidays, is rough.

8, 10, MANY Resume Words to Avoid

Your resume should avoid any word or phrase that is subjective, unverifiable and unquantifiable.

Where are the jobs in Westchester, NY?

Where are the jobs in Westchester County, New York?