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No Work Experience, No Job, Now What?

2/5/2007
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Getting a Job when you have no experience is a big challenge. So we went looking for solutions. Peter Vogt is the MonsterTRAK Career Coach for MonsterTRAK (www.monstertrak.com)-the college student/recent graduate web site of leading global career site Monster (www.monster.com)-Peter writes weekly career advice articles for students and recent grads. He also answers dozens of questions each month from across the United States and around the world, on MonsterTRAK's "Career Planning for...

Making Smart Moves From School to Work

2/5/2007
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Robert Franek is Vice President of Publishing at The Princeton Review. The Princeton Review helps students, parents, and educators achieve the best outcomes at all stages of their educational careers. The Princeton Review publishes more than 190 guides and references books on everything from summer internships to the best-selling Best 361 Colleges.

The New Job Security Rules

2/5/2007
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Morrie Shectman is author of "Working Without A Net: How To Survive And Thrive In Today's High Risk Business World" As Chairman of Fifth Wave Leadership, Morrie has consulted with hundreds of top executives worldwide about managing disruptive change, merging corporate cultures, and effectively mentoring an increasingly demanding workforce.

How To Get Paid Top Dollar

2/5/2007
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Bill Coleman has over 15 years of compensation and benefits experience in consulting and corporate management. He heads Salary.com's compensation and content teams, who research and publish Salary.com findings on compensation data and trends for an audience of human resource professionals, business managers, and individual employees.

Why Employers Are Expecting More from New Employees

2/5/2007
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We talk with Peter Cappelli, about the new demands employers are placing on employees. Cappelli is a Professor of Management at The Wharton School and Director of Wharton’s Center for Human Resources. He has degrees in industrial relations from Cornell University, and in labor economics from Oxford where he was a Fulbright Scholar. He was recently named by Vault.com as one the 25 most important people working in the area of human capital, one of the top 100 people in the field of...

Getting and Keeping a Job After 50

2/2/2007
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CEO of AARP Bill Novelli, explains the New Rules of The Employment Game for people over 50 years of age.

Duration: 00:09:58