Author: FINS from The Wall Street Journal

Need A New Job? Try Asia

Financial chiefs aren’t optimistic about hiring in the U.S. and Europe, but see strong hiring growth potential in Asia, according to a…

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Job Seekers: Focus On Bright Spots To Help You Find A Job

As if hurricanes and earthquakes weren’t enough, employers stayed skittish amidst a deluge of bad economic news in August as the economy…

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The Ten Worst Things To Put In Your Cover Letter

A cover letter or introductory email is often the first thing a potential employer sees when reviewing a job applicant. It’s the…

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Fear Of Layoffs On Wall Street Distracting Workers

The fear of layoffs on Wall Street is distracting workers and exacerbating an already dismal pace of business. With pink slips fluttering…

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Job Market Remains Sluggish In July: Reinvent Yourself. Get Noticed.

As heat waves blazed through the nation in July, the job economy warmed up a bit too, adding 117,000 non-farm jobs and…

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Where Do You Turn For Job Search Advice?

Do you believe everything you hear? Many FINS readers do — at least when it comes to what other people think about…

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Six Rules In Salary Negotiation

It’s a hirer’s market, but when it comes to salary negotiation, too often people sell themselves short simply because they don’t know…

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Google's Search For New Recruits

How do you hire more than 6,300 engineers, product specialists and salespeople in the most competitive tech talent market in a decade?…

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