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Brenda







PostPosted: November 4, 2003 12:14 AM 

walked up to a woman at the coffee shop and said, "Hi. I'm George. I'm unemployed and I live with my parents." Then the woman pushed the chair out with her foot and invited him to join her?

Brandon
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PostPosted: November 4, 2003 3:48 AM 

You're remembering episode 86, called "The Opposite," when George decides to approach every situation in the opposite way he would normally. Everything turns out really well for once in George's life. That episode is a favorite of mine.

Peter Atkinson
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PostPosted: March 15, 2004 11:39 PM 

The U.S. joblessness report for February 2004 stunned
observers and investors alike - instead of creating
the forecasted 125,000 new jobs, the entire U.S.
economy only managed to produce 21,000 additional
jobs. That left the 'official' unemployment rate
steady at 5.6 per cent - I say 'official', because
those people who've simply given up looking for
jobs are dropped from the 'official' count, and in
many areas no jobs exist once a big plant closes
and moves overseas [ergo, there are soon 'no j
jobseekers' there!].

What with downsizing, jobs being sent off-shore,
a ho-hum economic recovery, plant closings and
layoffs, I thought some good folks here might
benefit from the results of my own diligent search,
and applied research, on this topic:

'What Color Is Your Parachute' Site, this
book has got to be the 'Bible' for all
serious job hunters!:
http://www.jobhuntersbible.com/

'Quintessential Job Hunt' Site. 'Search jobs!
Post a Resume!' Well, they're enthusiastic, anyway...
! http://www.quintcareers.com/jobhunt.html

These guys are good! An executive I know had just
about given up when they took him on, got him
a job interview with a large company president
and a solid job offer - all in two days!
http://www.johnwhitleystrategicconsulting.com

Monster of a job site! Great resource:
http://english.monster.ca/geo/siteselection.asp

Its Canadian 'twin'...
http://www.workopolis.com/index.html

The Riley Guide: Employment Opportunities and
Job Resources on the Internet
http://www.rileyguide.com/

Job-Hunt.org 'Online Job Search Guide...your
objective source of the Web's Best Job Search
Resources http://www.job-hunt.org/

RiteSite Executive Careers Service - looks
pretty helpful, if you're searching via the Net...
http://www.ritesite.com

And if YOUR job hasn't gone to India or China
yet, don't be surprised to find out that it's been
secretly packing its bags - 14 million more U.S.
technical, professional and managerial jobs are
now estimated to be at risk of 'off-shore downsizing'!


J. Chiles


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PostPosted: March 16, 2004 10:56 AM 

If you don't start working more and searching less, you'll be adding yourself to the list.



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