Kansas June Labor Report

The trend of slow jobs growth continued in Kansas through the month of June. Private sector employment, including manufacturing, showed gains since last month, and also showed gains over numbers from June 2011. “Keeping our focus on long term gains helps us see that we are growing jobs in Kansas,” Karin Brownlee, Kansas Secretary of […]

Don't Let These Mistakes Damage Your Credit Score

Your credit score is a quantitative measure of you creditworthiness, ranging from 300 to 850.  It is based on the following five categories: How much debt you have; your payment history; your debt utilization ratio; how far back your credit history goes; your mix of various types of credit. Here are five things that can […]

Are You Smart Enough to Work at Google?

William Poundstone’s new bookAre You Smart Enough to Work at Google? is a 21st-Century guide to landing a job in the competitive, creative world of today’s top companies. Interviewers at many of the largest companies- not just  hip Silicon Valley start-ups and Google – including AT&T, Johnson & Johnson, Bank of America, and even Walmart […]

Kansas Career Pipeline is a Great Way to Explore Career Options and Begin Your Job Search

Kansas Career Pipeline is an excellent tool for job-seekers and for people who want to explore the requirements and opportunities in a given career.  Once you register on the Kansas Career Pipeline web site, you will be able to customize your account and find out through a step-by-step process  your interests, occupational options, and any […]