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2014's Job Market No No's!

You want the good news or bad news first?Let's start with the good news! If you are a recent graduate, according to a new survey, employers are looking to hire more of YOU than last year... YAY!...

September 11, 2014

Would you change your name to get hired?

How far would you go to get hired? Change your first or last name? Change the spelling of your name? Really, what is the most extreme thing you would consider doing? See Jose's story.  

September 3, 2014

Georgia Job Fairs & Events Now- September 30th!

9/3/14: On Time Staffing - 11AM-4PM @ Athens Career Center 9/3/14: Financial Service Center (FSC) 9:30-11:30 @Gwinnett County Career Center 9/4/14: JIBE Staffing - 1PM-3PM @Gwinnett...

September 2, 2014

Top Secret Resume Tips!

August 4, 2014

Congrats Metro Atlanta, our economy is bigger than Iran's!

According to a report from the U.S. Conference of Mayors, Metro Atlanta has the 10th largest economy in America...

June 25, 2014

Starbucks Offers Employees FREE Tuition!

It was announced this week that Starbucks will partner with Arizona State University and offer their thousands of employees free online college education, without requiring them to stay with the...

June 18, 2014

The Best Cities to Find a Job!

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, over 100 million people have moved in the past five years, 48% of unemployed individuals have moved in search of a job during this time. According to the National...

May 21, 2014

No Degree? No Problem!

So, you never finished college and you don't have a big fancy degree and you're thinking that you can't get a job and make a decent living? WRONG! Of course all of us here at GPB are strong advocates...

May 19, 2014

Low-Stress, High-Paying Jobs!

You would think I was kidding if I told you that you can actually have a high-paying job with little stress wouldn't you? Well, Im here to tell you that your dream has become a reality! According...

May 7, 2014

Avoid Becoming Mal-Employed

If you have more education than what your job requires, you may be "mal-employed" also known as "under-employed'. According to a CNN Money article, with calculations by Andrew Sum, director of the...

May 5, 2014

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