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Job Hunting in the Age of LinkedIn:  A few tips for the people doing the hiring, from someone who was looking for work.  (Wall Street Journal 28 January 2014)

Job Hunting in the Age of LinkedIn: A few tips for the people doing the hiring, from someone who was looking for work. (Wall Street Journal 28 January 2014)

Companies Say No to Having an HR Department:  Employers Come Up With New Ways to Manage Hiring, Firing and Benefits (Wall Street Journal 08 April 2014)

Companies Say No to Having an HR Department: Employers Come Up With New Ways to Manage Hiring, Firing and Benefits (Wall Street Journal 08 April 2014)

Young people facing drop in job quality, wages, StatCan study finds: Fewer young Canadians, who are not full-time students, are working in full-time jobs today than in 1976. (Toronto Star 05 December 2016)

Young people facing drop in job quality, wages, StatCan study finds: Fewer young Canadians, who are not full-time students, are working in full-time jobs today than in 1976. (Toronto Star 05 December 2016)

The Neuropsychology of Working While on Vacation–and How to Overcome It (Wall Street Journal 25 May 2016)

The Neuropsychology of Working While on Vacation–and How to Overcome It (Wall Street Journal 25 May 2016)

Despite cuts elsewhere, Quad/Graphics stays on Wisconsin hiring binge  (Milwaukee-Wisconsin Journal Sentinel 31 August 2014)

Despite cuts elsewhere, Quad/Graphics stays on Wisconsin hiring binge (Milwaukee-Wisconsin Journal Sentinel 31 August 2014)

Crack down on TFW program violations, McCallum urges feds  (Edmonton Journal 05 June 2014)

Crack down on TFW program violations, McCallum urges feds (Edmonton Journal 05 June 2014)

Why employers prefer retirees who don’t need to work:  Mayers.  Retirees looking for part-time work may have a good chance if their reason is more than financial.  Employers value their positive attitude and willingness to learn. (Toronto Star 08 June 2014)

Why employers prefer retirees who don’t need to work: Mayers. Retirees looking for part-time work may have a good chance if their reason is more than financial. Employers value their positive attitude and willingness to learn. (Toronto Star 08 June 2014)