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The 25 worst-paying cities for construction workers

Construction workers in the worst-paying location make almost half as much as the average. Read more

Millennial Workers Want More than a Paycheck. So What Exactly Do They Want?

Are Millennial workers more inclined to walk out the door? Successfully keeping your Gen Y talent may require extra effort on your part, bu… Read more

Your next Leader Could Be Sitting Across the Table in the Interview

These interview questions can help reveal if the candidate has the traits your company will need in your next leader. Read more

You Needn’t Break the Bank to Find the Talent You Need

Finding the right candidate costs money. But it’s not the job ad or even the competitive compensation that hits your bottom line. It’s an i… Read more

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The 25 best-paying cities for construction workers

Construction workers in the No. 1 city make almost 45 percent more than the national average. Read more

These 25 cities have the worst commutes in America

Don't like long commutes? Don't move to these cities.  Read more

The 10 industries with the fastest job growth

These industries are growing at rates between two and thirteen times the national average. Read more

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How to answer the job interview question ‘Give me an example of a time you did something wrong’

Your resume and cover letter have successfully outlined your qualifications. You’re selling all the reasons you’re the right person for the… Read more

The Best and Worst Cities to Start a Career

In order to help recent college graduates find the best cradles for their burgeoning careers, WalletHub’s analysts compared the 150 largest U.S. cities. We used 17 key metrics to determine the relative strength of their job markets as well as the attractiveness of their social scenes and other factors important to job-market entrants. Read more

The 3 things every job seeker needs to know about keywords

When you submit a resume online, you probably feel like you’re sending your materials into a giant maw full of thousands of other resumes—w… Read more