Living in an Employer’s Market


For a few years now, headlines have blared about mass layoffs, company downsizing and a shift to hiring overseas.

Even though the nation’s unemployment rate has dipped recently, there remain a disproportionate number of people who are unemployed or underemployed as they feverishly search for employment opportunities.

Some are willing to accept positions outside their field of expertise, whether just for the paycheck or at least to get a foot in the door. Others have chosen to be more particular, which doesn’t necessarily increase their likelihood of successfully securing the job of their dreams.

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