Job Seeker

The résumé, the interview, the competition…. let’s face it, sometimes looking for a job stinks.  Lucky for you, you’ve come to the right place when it comes to sound advice. When job offers are  scarce, yet household bills are not, you need a resource that will tell it like it is, and get you back in the working world…. right away.

Here, you will find a variety of questions and answers that address common (and not so common) situations from people like you – people who are looking for work and need advice on how to get hired.  From interview tips to morale boosters, you will find a wealth of information.

If you have a specific question that has not already been posted, please feel free to submit your comments directly on our site.  The more interaction, the more Anita can “clue” you in!

1,338 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Teresa Lindstrom
    Jun 15, 2016 @ 07:03:24

    Anita,
    I was recently offered a temp to perm position with a previous employer at a law firm. Since my departure, I had a minor traffic violation that resulted in a warrant for missing court since I couldn’t find a ride there. Should I notify them prior to them running a background check or wait to see if it pops up?

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  2. Erica
    Jun 09, 2016 @ 08:48:36

    Hello Anita,

    Last year I had an altercation with my husband which resulted in me being arrested. In February of this year I took a plea for simply battery assuming that I wouldn’t have any trouble getting a job since most employers don’t ask about misdemeanors. Well I was wrong! I haven’t been able to even get a job interview. It was my first arrest. I have a bachelor’s degree in Finance. Do you know of companies that will give me an opportunity to gain employment?

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