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Job Search Methods

Finding a job can take months of time and effort. But you can speed the process by using many methods to find job openings. Data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics suggest that people who use many job search methods find jobs faster than people who use only one or two.

Career Fairs: Your Shortcut to Job Interviews
In many cities and local communities, spring is career fair season. While these events sometimes prove disappointing, job-seekers who understand how to “work” career fairs use these events as powerful networking sessions leading to interviews with future employers. If you are considering attending a job fair soon, you’ll get more out of the event by following these three rules.

Job Hunting in Times of Uncertainty

In times when the economy falters, when financial markets fall, and when companies of all sizes in many industries announce plans to reduce their workforce, job-seekers tend to get a bit concerned about the length and success of the job search they may face. It almost goes without saying that job-hunting in a boom economy is quite different (and much easier) than job-hunting in a slumping economy.        

SC Department of Employment and Workforce News

Keep updated on the most recent news concerning the labor force in South Carolina.  Articles concerning labor, businesses, and government agencies.


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