Money Magazine's Paul Lim has advice on getting or keeping a job in 2012.
Tue, Dec 27 2011 at 10:47 AM
Although economists see some signs of a gradually improving economy, there isn’t going to be a big turnaround in 2012. Paul Lim
with Money Magazine shares his advice on how to get a job next year including ensuring that your skill set is up-to-date and your resume is ready to go for when businesses decide to start hiring again. If you’re already employed, Lim suggests that you do what it takes to be a top performer so that you have a better chance of receiving a much-coveted raise next year.
So it looks like the job market is still going to be tight next year, but how will green jobs fare in 2012
? In my opinion, green jobs advocates will continue to face an uphill battle.
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