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Rising Wages, Tighter Inventory Spark Retail Holiday Optimism

Moving out of the controversial political season and into the holiday buying season, many large retailers are seeing an improving rise in sales trends for the months to come. With raising wages and low employment in this recent year stores like Kohl's, Macy's, and Nordstrom's have high hopes for projected sales soon to come. - Connor Lazares

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Tips for Landing Seasonal Employment

Could you be fired because of discrimination? We all like to think it won't happen to us. But seeing as people have been fired for being an unmarried mother, previously being a call girl and being kinky, how do you know it won't happen? The

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from Farmington-Farmington Hills, MI Patch

‘Tis the Season for Jobs in Your Market!

Whether you’re looking to make extra cash, head back to work part-time or get a foot in the door to a full-time career; the Holiday Season provides great opportunities for seasonal employment. One such place looking for Santa’s helpers is UPS.

from About.com Careers

How to Find a Seasonal Job

Seasonal employment includes positions that are available for part of the year. Here's information on seasonal jobs, where to find jobs, and get hired.

Who doesn’t love a little cash in their pocket, especially around the holidays? Whether you’re unemployed or you’re just looking for extra work to help pay for gifts this holiday season, a seasonal job can be a financially savvy way to earn extra money. Here’s some other reasons why a seasonal job may be a good idea.

from About.com Careers

How to Find a Seasonal Job

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from About.com Careers

How to Find a Seasonal Job

Seasonal employment includes positions that are available for part of the year. Here's information on seasonal jobs, where to find jobs, and get hired.

from About.com Careers

How to Find a Seasonal Job

Whether you live for the beach, or the mountains, there's a seasonal job for everyone. Here's how to find a seasonal job.

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Total US Employment (non-farm, seasonally adjusted) in October of 2016. US economy has lost approximately 10 million jobs in comparison to pre-resession level.