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Vol. 11, Issue 01 - January 02, 2012

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Career and job search advice...

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How to launch or advance your career in 2012

Hiring outlook for 2012 remains cautiously optimistic

Secure your job search. Post your resume confidentially!

Compensation gets more competitive for skilled positions

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