In The News, By Rich Milgram
With the proliferation of the smartphone, everyone and everything is “going mobile.” From checking email to booking flights or even ordering a pizza, everything can be done on-the-go. This doesn’t stop at job searching.
Philadelphia Inquirer, By Jane M. Von Bergen
Saturday, August 6, 2011
The private sector added 154,000 new jobs, but they were offset by deep cuts in government employment in July.
Daily HR Solutions, By Mary White
Friday, August 5, 2011
Guest post from Rich Milgram, CEO of on the topic of Mobile Recruitment and Job Searching.
Philadelphia Inquirer, By Jane M. Von Bergen
Friday, August 5, 2011
The nation's economy added a paltry 117,000 jobs last month, the U.S. Labor Department reported, as businesses hunkered down amid uncertainty over the nation's debt ceiling.
applegazette, By Robin Parrish
Friday, July 29, 2011
It’s a sad fact of life: the Recession has made times hard for everyone, and most people these days are constantly on the hunt for additional income. Whether you want to pick up some extra cash with a side job or you want an entirely new career, here are 6 free apps that will help.
TLNT, HR School, By Todd Raphael
Wednesday, June 29, 2011
In case you missed it, here’s what I learned on Tuesday cruising the Exhibit Hall at SHRM’s Annual Conference here in Las Vegas., By John Zappe
Monday, June 6, 2011
Bewildered about the direction employment is taking? Join the club. Between the official reports, the private ones, and all manner of surveys, you can pretty much find one that will agree with whatever opinion you hold. Or want to hold... FNC iMag, By Clarky Davis
Tuesday, April 26, 2011
If you’re job hunting, the days of printing out résumés and sending them to every company you can think of are over. In today’s fast-paced world, it’s all about networking. While networking may seem daunting at first, it’s not only a quicker and easier route to landing a new job, it can help remove some of the isolation you may feel if you’re unemployed. Not sure where to start, or want to maximize your network? Follow the tips below..., By John Zappe
Friday, April 22, 2011
College hiring is looking up, which is good news for this year’s graduating seniors who have had to endure three years of warnings about their future job prospects... Job Searching, By Alison Doyle
Tuesday, April 5, 2011
If you're about to graduate from college and haven't started your job search yet, it's a good idea to get going - you're behind the rest of the class of 2011. A survey from reports that over 90% of '11 graduates have applied to at least one job and most have applied for significantly more: Over 33% reported they have  applied for over 40 jobs Just about 21% of respondents have applied for somewhere between 10 and 20 jobs Almost 20%...
TMCnet Technology Marketing Corporation, By Carolyn J. Dawson
Wednesday, March 30, 2011
As a network of niche career communities,  has extended its partnership with eQuest to include underwriting of all the job distribution fees for eQuest customers making use of network for job posts. By leveraging the eQuest alliance, will provide new and innovative services to a wider customer base. Customers who have registered through the various career communities across the
Online Social Media, By Debbie Turner
Sunday, March 20, 2011
The use of technology and also social media is impacting upon every aspect of daily life now and one area that’s seeing big changes is the world of work. Not only do new innovations affect the way that companies work but also the way in which we, as individuals, manage our careers. One of the easiest ways to find out about what’s going on is with online career communities and Sharlyn Lauby over on Mashable has put together a useful list of 5...
Workforce Management, By Deborah Silver
Tuesday, March 1, 2011
Need jugglers to entertain passengers on a cruise line? Proship Entertainment and Cruiseline Job are a couple of well-traveled sites for shipboard hiring. A high school football coach? Jobs and rank high on recruiters' lists. Move over CareerBuilder and Monster. Niche job boards continue to proliferate and grow in popularity, giving the top two job boards stiff competition. "While the large job sites provide a breadth...
The Huffington Post
Wednesday, March 2, 2011
There's good news for the class of of 2011–entry level hiring is on the rise!, By Joanne McCool
Monday, March 14, 2011
More people find jobs through networking than any other source, in fact more than all of the other sources combined.  But, with 1000s of possibilities ranging from silly to super serious, how do you decide which to attend?  It depends (sorry).  Every aspect of your transition strategy should be tailored to your search. Always be on the lookout for networking events. Two consistently reliable sources are’s channel (click on Community...
The Globe and Mail, By Lynn Greiner
Friday, March 11, 2011
Gone are the days when a resume and a fistful of newspaper classified ads were all one needed to land a new job. Today, technology has both complicated and simplified job searches. The latest development is applications: Dozens of smart-phone apps are giving enterprising applicants a leg up. Here’s a sampling: On BlackBerry, the free app allows users to search thousands of jobs across more than 25 industries by sorting by location and...
Mashable, By Sharlyn Lauby
Sunday, March 20, 2011
There’s no denying that the world of work is evolving. Telework, productivity tools and our perceptions of work are changing the way organizations do business and treat their employees. Managing our own career options is not only important — it’s a must. Frequenting online career communities is one way to keep up to date on what’s happening in the working world and how it impacts your career. Many of these communities post job openings, but that’s not all..., By Joanne McCool
Saturday, February 26, 2011 is the world’s largest network of niche career communities. Based in King of Prussia, PA, their search services and networking tools connect job seekers and employers across thousands of online communities. Founder and CEO Rich Milgram has been quoted in countless articles, magazines and business journals including The Examiner.  He and his team have been acknowledged for their approach to business, technology and notable achievements with...
BNET, By Jessica Stillman
Tuesday, March 1, 2011
The job market for the class of 2011 looks promising. There have even been several reports that lead us to believe that entry level jobs will be plentiful in the coming year. Read full article .
Windows IT Pro, By Michele Crockett
Monday, February 7, 2011
Six months after I spoke with Rich Milgram, founder and CEO of the career site, I checked back in with him to see whether his prognosis for an economic recovery had changed. Milgram said last summer that recovery would come—but very slowly. In our recent conversation, he stood by his original assessment but added that the recovery will include some additional bumps along the way for IT professionals. Read full article .

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