Monster in the News
Monster In the News
|Recruiting Firm Monster Updates Its Résumé|
Monster Worldwide Inc. is trying to jolt its online recruiting business—and its market value—back to life.
|10 Jobs That Didn't Exist 10 Years Ago|
Employment trend watchers have been pinpointing the sectors where jobs are anticipated to increase forever—every five years the BLS projects its own outlook and sites like our
|10 Ways to Work Easier With Gen Y Colleagues|
Is there a generational, workforce clash in the making? Recently, MTV conducted a "No Collar Workers" study of Generation Y, also known as Millennials (born between 1981-2000). And the study's results may make some older workers' hair stand on end.
|The 10 Most Important Questions To Ask Before Your Job Interview|
When Ivy Exec founder and CEO Elena Bajic sat down with a potential new hire last month for her first interview, she was blown away with her insight into the 5-year-old recruiting company, which special
|Why Your Co-Workers Don't Like You|
Your co-workers are judging you. Beneath a veneer of professional collegiality, they're taking note of the mess on your desk, how loudly you chew, even your word choices.
|Career Panel-Emily Bennington, Charles Purdy & Corey Harlock|
Emily Bennington is co-author of
|Persistence, focus are key for young job seekers|
University of Kentucky alum Rebecca Christopher, Monster.com’s career advice expert Charles Purdy, and Jamey Jackson, a recruiter at Malone Professional Services, join MSNBC’s Dylan Ratigan at the University of Kentucky in Lexington to talk about the perils of job hunting as a new college graduate.
|Office Etiquette: Keep Politics Out|
You may have insightful views on the presidential election, but share those opinions sparingly, if at all, at work, experts say.
|Hiring Logjam Breaks as CEOs Plan Growth|
New York—Online employment company Monster Worldwide has launched an international campaign in partnership with a Formula One auto racing team to highlight the company's work with human relations departments looking to hire employees.