I invest my money in few different ways. Some money are invested in apartments, but I keep smaller part of my savings on my trading account. I used to trade stocks but now I trade mostly on currency market. Continue reading
Here are some simple tips for how you can make your resume work harder in your job search — especially during these tough economic times.
Here’s something I wasn’t prepared for:
I am in the process of closing out an account with my old bank (TCF Bank) and opening an account with my new bank (WaMu). I just switched over my direct deposit from payroll, but couldn’t make it in time for the December 15 pay date at my work. Yesterday, the office finance guru handed me a payroll check. Continue reading
When interviewing for a job, corporate recruiters, hiring manager and others will inevitably ask: “So, do you have any questions for me about the job or the company?”
This moment usually comes near the end of the interview, when the interviewer essentially opens the floor to any questions you might have as a job seeker.
Free gas if you accept this job.
OK. Not entirely. But many corporate recruiters do hope to lure new hires with benefits designed to help lessen the money squeeze at the gasoline pump. In an Jobfox online poll of 197 recruiters, conducted in July, three-fourths said they offer gas-saving perks to attract job candidates.
Jobfox CEO Rob McGovern, a 15-year veteran of the online recruiting industry, calls this the most tumultuous of times — since the dotcom bubble burst — for IT professionals.