Monthly Archives: March 2013
(PRWEB) November 13, 2012
Today Careerleaf (http://careerleaf.com/), an all-in-one job search platform that cuts the time to apply in half, publicly launched. Careerleafs partner-driven platform helps job seekers search for jobs, showcase themselves, and track and manage the entire process.
The Careerleaf approach was born out of years of frustration with the current job search experience, said Amit De, co-founder and CEO of Careerleaf. Our all-in-one platform has transformed the job search by giving job seekers the resources and tools they need to organize their search while tapping into a growing ecosystem of job postings.
Here are just a few Careerleafs notable features:
Discover Communities and Niche Job Boards: Access millions of jobs from a growing number of niche, regional, and general job boards, all from one site.
Careerleaf Tracklet: A virtual assistant for your job search, the Tracklet cuts your time to apply in half by making it easy to drag, drop, track, and apply to jobs found anywhere on the Web. The Tracklet also helps you fulfill the weekly work search requirements for maintaining your unemployment benefits eligibility.
Showcase Yourself: Build one recruiter-friendly profile to showcase yourself to employers just about everywhere — your cover letter and resume, social networks, websites, portfolios, videos, and more.
Careerleaf is actively seeking to partner with job boards and career sites interested in extending and enhancing their job seeker offerings. Careerleafs candidate network allows partners to access more and better candidates through an advanced search of skills, experience, location, education level, and position type. Other benefits of partnering with Careerleaf include a free partner profile, partners job listings displayed at the top of search results, and the ability to see which candidates are viewing and tracking your listings.
Were looking to partner with great companies that share our vision of transforming the candidate job search experience, said Mark Lesiw, Vice President of Business Development at Careerleaf. We’re focused on mutually beneficial partnerships. Partners receive access to features that extend their current offerings and we receive career services and job listings to feature for job seekers managing their search on Careerleaf.
To find out more information about becoming a partner, visit http://careerleaf.com/partners/.
Careerleaf is an all-in-one job search platform that cuts the time to apply in half. It helps job seekers showcase their skills and talents, search for jobs across the Web, and track and organize all job search communications. Careerleafs most popular tool, Tracklet, is a virtual assistant for your job search that makes it easy to drag, drop, track, and apply to jobs found anywhere on the web. Job boards and career sites can partners with Careerleaf to transform their own candidate experience by driving more traffic to their postings, enhancing their offering, and much more. For more information, visit Careerleaf.com.
Columbus, Ohio (PRWEB) February 28, 2013
Cloud Technology Systems, Inc. has spent the first couple months of 2013 sifting through all of the current credit cards that offer rewards. They have finally posted their top two picks in every major category. Cloud Technology Systems posted their top rewards credit cards for 2013 here http://creditcardsforbadcreditnotbadpeople.com/news-releases/the-best-credit-card-rewards-for-2013/
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Microeconomic aspects of employment and unemployment statistics (Background paper – National Commission on Employment and Unemployment Statistics)
Employment and unemployment statistics in collective bargaining (Background paper – National Commission, Employment and Unemployment Statistics)
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Unemployment Insurance Weekly Claims Report for Week Ending March 23, 2013
Note: This week's release reflects the annual revision to the weekly unemployment claims seasonal adjustment factors. The seasonal adjustment factors used for the UI Weekly Claims data from 2008 forward, along with the resulting seasonally adjusted …
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Bankrupcy Sends Casey Anthony Back to the Courtroom
Bankrupcy Sends Casey Anthony Back to the Courtroom. Set Text Size Small, Set Text Size Medium, Set Text Size Large, Set Text Size X-Large. Print Story. Published: 3/04 4:21 pm. Share. Updated: 3/04 5:10 pm. FLORIDA — Casey Anthony was back in a …
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Banks Reopen in Cyprus After Two-Week Closure
NICOSIA – Banks in Cyprus have reopened Thursday after a two-week closure as the government was forced to accept a strict European Union rescue package to avoid bankrupcy. As discussions between the EU and the International Monetary Fund took …
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Question by Bell: Should Britain bring back the death penalty?
I have recently taken an interest in how Britain is run and things like that and I recently read about the death penalty… I am undecided and I just want to hear some other opinions.
Answer by Manxbiker
we couldnt even if we wanted to
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Cleveland, OH (PRWEB) November 22, 2011
US Congress has implemented a 2012 unemployment benefits extension throughout the US. In two of the highest unemployed states in the country, Ohio and Wisconsin, it is certainly a necessity, reports Unemployment-Extension.Org.
This came as no easy task for Congress to agree on, as many believe the extended unemployment benefits provide a disincentive to hunt for work. Republicans have sounded more optimistic about a job training plan that would allow workers to continue to receive their benefits while temporarily working with a company.
However, the intention behind extending Wisconsin Unemployment Benefits is to actually increase the number of Americans who find new jobs, according to most studies made in 2011. By one calculation, unemployment benefits extensions increased the share of workers who became re-employed by about 1.3 percentage points in January 2011 by reducing the fraction who excited the labor force.
Congress looks for a 2012 Unemployment Extension for the entire country, with some states needing it much more than others. Ohio for instance, still has more than 787,000 unemployed, and would have seen its maximum benefits fall to 23 weeks from the national standard of 26 weeks as of 2012, if this Ohio Unemployment Extension was not pushed for.
Federally extended benefits, also called emergency unemployment compensation, were first passed in June 2008 and has been extended by Congress eight times, and now nine times.
All references for extending unemployment benefits, filing Unemployment Benefits for Ohio, Wisconsin, and any other US State are to be made at Unemployment-Extension.Org.