Martin Yate · Jun. 3, 2015
The toughest hiring decisions managers ever make are when they hire staff without work experience. Most of your interviews will start with questions about your education because recruiters and hiring managers can learn a great deal about you from how you handled your college experience.
Robert Fucci · Jun. 3, 2015
Number of jobs from April to May increased by 15K.
Liz Torres · Jun. 3, 2015
As part of its move to increase the minimum wage, Walmart has increased hourly pay for its department managers to $13 per hour starting in July. Starting next February, they will be paid at least $15 per hour.
Vicki Salemi, Monster Career Expert · Jun. 2, 2015
Everyone in the workforce looks forward to the end of the workweek: When 5 o’clock rolls around on Friday, liberation commences!
Monster Staff · May. 21, 2015
A job interview is a two-way street. On one hand, the interviewer wants to know about you, your professional background and your personality. But they also want to know if you’ve done your homework on the company or organization and its industry.
Robert Fucci · May. 1, 2015
The Federal Highway Administration recently visited the $41.4 million Pleasant Valley Improvement project, which is in line to bring thousands of new jobs to the Kansas City area.
Sarah White · Mar. 12, 2015
There are a number of jobs in the pharmaceutical industry that can offer you a unique experience in healthcare outside of the typical hospital setting.