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Who Pays For Interview Expenses? - Posted September 13, 2010
Should a potential employer pay to fly an interviewee across the country? Our gut reaction is to say "yes, always," but as usual, Allison Green show... [MediaJobsDaily]

Gimmicky Job Search Tactics Part N: Taking Out A Newspaper Ad..For Yourself - Posted August 26, 2010
flickr: Photomish DanWe've covered no end of clever jobseeker tactics on this blog, from the peo... [MediaJobsDaily]

Ten Things To Do Before You Leave Your Internship - Posted August 3, 2010
an intern's life. flickr: Steve WebelNow that it's August, if you're a summer intern, you're probably heading back to school in less than a month—or worse, you're being kicked out into the real world. ... [MediaJobsDaily]

It's Not Easy Being Green - Posted June 14, 2010
What does one say to the designer who was apparently rejected from a job because he used the color green in a logo? The story's on Ask A Manager, where a designer writes in with a tale of woe: "My exam was to create a study fo... [MediaJobsDaily]

A Day Of Phone Interviews: A Manager's Perspective - Posted June 10, 2010
Sometimes phone interviews are great. You don't have to worry about getting lost on the way to the interview, you could have something stuck between your teeth and it wouldn't matter, and you don't have to dress up (but you really should). But where phone interviews are frustrating is where you... [MediaJobsDaily]

It's Not Volunteering, It's Consulting - Posted January 11, 2010
Have you taken on volunteer work to beef up your resume? Just remember, it's not "volunteer" or "unpaid" work, it's "taking on a pro-bono client" or "consulting." "Your accomplishments are your accomplishments. It's no one's business how much you got paid for them, even if that amount was zero," writes Allison Green... [MediaJobsDaily]