Thursday, May 19, 2011

Nonprofit Career Round-Up: 5/19/2011

Thought I would fill in anybody who is interested about a preview The NonProfit Times put up for its April/May 2011 issue of Exempt Magazine.  This publication deals with nonprofit finance, so if that's something that interests you, take a look.  And now, back to our regularly scheduled program:

  • 'Fewer People Applied for Unemployment Benefits'-Good news coming from The Boston Herald: for the second straight week, fewer people applied for unemployment benefits.  Specifically, the number dropped by 29,000.  It has been a good few weeks for the job market; it looks like we are really starting to turn a corner.
  • 'Job Campaign: Happy Talk'-Plus points to this post for effective use of a great song from a great musical (South Pacific).  This is a post to help employers improve their recruiting campaigns.  The key: to feel at ease when talking about the job.
  • 'Are You Slacking in Your Job Search?'-Tips from The Work Buzz Blog (from about how to effectively plan your job search.  It may seem a bit excessive but remember, searching for a job is in ways a full-time job!

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