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    Be advised that not all places in all jurisdictions may have all the positions discussed on this page, and many of them cannot be obtained via lateral entry or simply with a college degree in hand (although some of them can). In most cases, as with anything else, you have to work your way up from the entry-level.  However, the more you learn, the more you earn.  This is also not a page which should be relied upon for official figures or salary estimates.  The most authoritative source (and highly recommended reading ) is the Occupational Outlook Handbook by the Bureau of Labor ...
Blogs are usually maintained by an individual with regular entries of commentary, descriptions of events, or other material such as graphics or video. Entries are commonly displayed in reverse-chronological order. "Blog" can also be used as a verb, meaning to maintain or add content to a blog . Many blogs provide commentary or news on a particular subject; others function as more personal online diaries . A typical blog combines text, images, and links to other blogs, Web pages , and other media related to its topic. The ability of readers to leave comments in an interactive format is an important part of many blogs. ...
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is the Technology Services Librarian and Webmaster at George Mason University School of Law in Virginia, and he is a web committee member for the Law Librarians' Society of Washington, D.C.   Opinions expressed in this column do not necessarily reflect those of his employer or any other organization. This column, of course, is 100% free of any legal advice. Introduction The legal recruitment process for finding summer associates and new attorney hires can consume a lot of time and effort for all people involved, and it generally produces a lot of paper.  Currently, one company is ... market research, surveys and trends
Keep it Legal: Social Media and Hiring — SocialFish
77-79% of adults (over age 18) use the Internet, 85% own a cell phone and 46% belong to a social networking site. People are now using the Internet to search for and research jobs. In 2002 Pew Internet’s study, Online Job Hunting: A Pew Internet Project Data Memo , stated that over 52 million Americans looked online for information about jobs. That averages out to 4 million per day and that was in 2002, I’m sure the numbers have grown substantially. The online job hunting resources include commercial job sites like monster.com, job boards as a part of an association’s web site, organizations listing employment opportunities or ... market research, surveys and trends

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underlines some of the problems that the European economy faces. In 2009 only Poland of the 27 countries in the European Union managed to record positive growth. Although many countries have now returned to growth, it is generally anaemic. In many countries unemployment rates have not risen as much as you might expect given the depth of the crisis�there are times when making it hard to fire people has some advantages. But the flipside of labour-market rigidity is that the unemployment rate may be "sticky", because firms have less need to hire as recovery takes hold. That will keep demand growth subdued." Related ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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     The nation's 89,526 state and local governments employed 16.4 million full-time equivalent employees in 2007, a 4.5 percent increase from 2002, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.      These State and Local Government Employment and Payroll figures are the first comprehensive data to be released from the 2007 Census of Governments. Local governments include counties, cities, townships, special districts and school districts. Individual state descriptions of government structures are available online.      Local governments accounted for 12.1 ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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2010 Special Election to Replace Byrd Moves Forward; Unemployment Benefits ...
goverment they did good job they give 99 weeks which is 2 years of unemployment checks. so its time to go and look for a job looser..... i know some people who they like unemployment cheek and all they do sitting on their asses and drink alcohol all day. and they did not look for work not even one time. That maybe true for some people but my husband lost his job after 33 years the plant closed down I am disabled (I was a housewife so no benefits i can draw) and we have no income now to live. We have never drank alcohol in our life and the only habit we have is trying to help our Children so by the government denying us ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
A special report on gambling
Gambling is like religion, when your brain says "no", you have to rely on faith. Just like the Lord, casinos work in mysterious ways, unless you want go through a bit of internal auditing to realise you will always be short changed.. Thank you big brother - Now Can I Feel Safe? I seen once again how we must look foolish to the rest of the world. As Americans, we enjoy the highest level of freedom in the world, one of the benefits of democracy; "As Long As The State Says So". Having read the article I did a basic google search and as recent as this morning lastest news on the online industry showed the ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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Legal Employment Search Site http://www.legalemploy.com. Law Information Employment Center http://www.lawinfo.com/employment/. Law Match ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Job Opportunities in Rhode Island State Government
There are various types of positions in RI State Government. Positions fall within one of three categories: classified (i.e. noncompetitive classified and competitive classified positions), unclassified, or nonclassified. It is important to understand the differences between these categories, so a brief description of each is presented below. Classified (Noncompetitive) positions: Includes positions that require the performance of routine, laboring, custodial, or domestic tasks, or those positions that are subject to continuing supervision. Also included are ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Career Services: Legal Job Search Sites | University of Pittsburgh ...
Sites for online job-hunting in the legal profession include the following list below. Students interested in learning more about careers in government , public interest and judicial clerkships should visit our web pages on these specific careers. Allegheny County Bar Association ( http://www.acba.org/) American Bar Association ( http://www.abanet.org/ ) ABA Career Counsel ( http://www.abanet.org/careercounsel ) This site includes centralized access to ABA career information and tips on finding jobs and enhancing careers. American Lawyer Media Attorney ( http://www.americanlawyermedia.com ) American Lawyer Media owns ...
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What questions can I be legally asked at a job interview? :: Free ...
I work as an independent contractor and was recently reminded that many of the questions I'm asked are illegal to ask for standard employees and I'm wondering if it's legal for a prospective employer to ask me these questions if I'm working as an independent contractor. What exactly are the questions a prospective company is allowed to ask an independent contractor? Are there any limits or are they only supposed to ask those same questions as if you were applying for employment? Dave's Answer: First off, in terms of whether independent contracts can be asked different questions, all I can find are that ...
Google Answers: Pre-Employment Psych Tests legal?
Deeper, Firstly, please be aware that Google Answers is not a substitute for real legal advice. I can point you in the direction of articles and online information that can guide you in your research of this subject, but I am not a lawyer and have no legal training. After reading the information that I'm providing you with, I advise you to contact a real lawyer with experience in employment law. I think the best place to start is with the following quote from nolo.com: "There are no hard and fast rules about whether a particular test is legal -- courts generally decide these issues on a case-by-case basis, ...