“Glassdoor.com is excited to announce our third annual Employees’ Choice Awards for Best Places to Work. Our Top 50 winners were selected by the people who know these companies best — their employees!”–From the Web site.
“The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) has developed an interactive state and county map application available at http://beta.bls.gov/maps/cew/us. The application displays geographic economic data through maps, charts, and tables, allowing users to explore employment and wage data of private industry at the National, State, and county level. Throughout this application, URLs are specific to the data displayed, so links can be bookmarked, reused, and shared.”–From the Introduction on the BLS Website.
The IRS offers this page to assist unemployed taxpayers.
This is information from the IRS on two new tax benefits available to employers hiring workers who were previously employed or only working part-time.
The American Association of Community Colleges’ website is a great place to find quick and easy information about community colleges. Follow links from this page to access a Community College Finder, statistics and facts about community colleges and historical information.
In these distressing economic times, many people are not able to retire at the traditional age of 65 like previous generations did. This particular website is directed toward seniors looking for job assistance. It gives information about resume’ building, career fairs, or even jobs for senior citizens.
This article should be helpful to many job seekers. It offers strategies, mistakes not to make, recruiting sources, stories, and more from experts in the field of job recruiting.
This is the legislative proposal of the American Library Association in which it asks for a one-time investment of $650 million dollars from the federal government that would be distributed through the Institute of Museum and Library Services and that would create up to 13,000 library jobs.
This site provides a moving calculator, salary calculator, a lifestyle optimizer, city reports, school reports, and more. It is a very helpful site for anyone relocating to another city or who wants to find information about cities in the U. S.
The U. S. Dept. of Labor Wage and Hour Division offers this interactive map that shows the states that have no minimum wage laws, those that have a minimum wage lower than the Federal one, those that have a minimum wage equal to the Federal, and those with a minimum wage higher than the Federal. You can find the specific minimum wage amounts as well for each state.