Here’s your review of January 2012 posts at the SCC. It covers everything from stats (lies and more lies), mobile recruiting, ways job seekers can get the skills they need (with the help of employers) and the core idea for building a sexier resume.
You get a discussion on how to look at employment statistics reported by the media. Take it all with a grain of salt unless you’re looking into the details.
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