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Occupational Outlook

O*Net Online
Occupational guide.

U.S. News: Education
Guides to colleges &
graduate schools.

Job Market News

6figurejobs.com |

Action Without Borders
Global network of individuals &
organizations working to build
a world where all people can live
free and dignified lives in a
healthy environment.

Americas Job Bank

Biotechnology jobs



California Career Center




Career Magazine


Job & career information for recent
college graduates.

Cool Works
Live & work where others only visit.


A directory of employment opportunities
& career listings. Resume posting,
writing and distribution, freelance
employment & work at home
opportunities plus online employment
training resources.

Federal Jobs Central

Staffing solutions to the
Biotechnology & Pharmaceutical


Get the Gig.com
Discusses the career path of individuals
in extraordinary jobs as well as gives
info to younger adults about how to
get the job of their dreams.


Job Bank for US Government

Online marketplace for freelance talent.


Hot Jobs

Internet Business Network

Internet Performance Axis
IPA brings a world of internet resources for
Recruiters, Job Seekers, Employers, &
Hiring Managers together in one place.

InformationWeek: Career

The Internet Job Source


JobBank USA


Jobs Jobs Jobs





Keirsey Web Site:
Character & Temperament


Kforce Professional Staffing

Monster Board | MonsterTrak.com

NationJob Network


New York State Department of Labor

OpNet's mission is to create significant
economic opportunities in the new media 
industry for low-income young adults. 

Pencom Career Center


Peterson's Education Center

Listings and information for architect,
engineering, design, construction &
building related jobs.

Rensselaer Career Center

Resume Advice

Designed to assist you with how to write
a resume, distribute your resume to
hiring managers, resume writing tips,
resume critique, tips for job
interviewing, and other job search tools.

Riley Guide
Employment opportunities & job
resources on the Internet.

The Ring of Employment

Information about salaries & compensation.


Portal for freelance translators &
translation agencies. Includes
Translation employment resources.


UCSD Extension


US Office of Personnel Management

Vocation Vacations
Vacation adventure for people yearning
to explore the job they’ve always dreamed about
– but have never had the chance to try.

What Color Is Your Parachute/


Wall Street Journal Careers

Rejection is Great!

All names used below are fictitious.

March 14, 1996

Professor Smith
Chair - Search Committee
Department of Biochemistry
University of Towanda Health Sciences Center
Towanda, IA

Dear Professor Smith,

Thank you for your letter of March 6. After careful consideration, I regret to inform you that I am unable to accept your refusal to offer me an assistant professor position in your department.

This year I have been particularly fortunate in receiving an unusually large number of rejection letters. With such a varied and promising field of candidates it is impossible for me to accept all refusals.

Despite the University of Towanda's outstanding qualifications and previous experience in rejecting applicants, I find that your rejection does not meet my needs at this time. Therefore, I will assume the position of assistant professor in your department this May. I look forward to seeing you then.

Best luck in rejecting future applicants.


Goddard Jones

Laurie McCanna Sketch
     Laurie McCannas

Other Career Links

"Zen and the Art of Making
a Living" Review

Life and the Universal

The Game of Life's Work

News & Publications

Telecommuting/Work at Home:
Knowledge Workers

Low cost, high bandwidth computer information technology coupled with the demands of two wage earner families, differing work/learning styles, the changing nature of business and ecology, have made telecommuting, in some cases, the  best way to bolster worker productivity and health. Collaborative technologies allow group teleconferencing; distance learning; Internet based demonstrations and whiteboard sessions; sharing of online knowledgebases, discussions, documents, calendars and customer information; and secure, instantaneous and anywhere email, web, PDA, paging and cellular phone access. Further these collaborative communications can be as structured or unstructured, in depth or superficial, and spontaneous or planned as the participants desire.

While face-to-face team and/or customer meetings are important at times, it may not be cost effective, necessary, beneficial or even feasible on a daily basis. 

Office buildings may not become dinosaurs overnight, but with long, stressful city commutes, cramped cubicles, relocation costs, dual wage earner families that have less time for their children, escalating fuel prices and the damaging environmental impact of roads, parking structures and automobiles, telecommuting and work-at-home should be considered as alternatives for many types of workers. While the "digital" handshake may not be as warm, in the long term it may be more rewarding for all concerned. Further, these advantages may apply not only to business, but also education, medicine, science, art and other walks of life. Perhaps the word "tele (far) commuting" is already obsolete since it connotes the necessity of commuting- unnecessary, perhaps even harmful in many instances. Perhaps we are all, in the broadest sense, knowledge workers - wherever we work in the global digital economy

Some workers have better and quicker computer and telecommunications access at home than at work, making them more, not less productive than if they worked in an office- notwithstanding the already enumerated  personal and societal benefits of working at home. It is my hope that given the above, and the death of the factory control, repetitive hyperspecialization notion of work, knowledge workers and companies will increasingly reap the rewards of work at home.

Contractor UK
UK IT contractor portal.

Bill rates, salaries & career resources
for computer professionals.

Working Solo

Resources to help improve the productivity of
telecommuters, mobile workers, road warriors
& home-based workers

"Even Low-Level Office Noise Can
Increase Health Risks And Lower
Task Motivation For Workers,"
Cornell University Study

Residence Relocation


Apartment Blue Book Online

Apartments For Rent

Before you Buy a Condo

Enables consumers to shop & compare
mortgage interest rates.

Chamber of Commerce.com

Consumer Information- Housing

FiSBO Registry

Hasson Company Realtors
Portland, Oregon realtor

Homebuyer's Fair


Maps helping locate HUD-funded
activities in every neighborhood in
the US & and select EPA information
on brownfields, hazardous wastes,
air pollution & waste water discharges.

John L. Scott Real Estate
Oregon and Washington state realtor.

Mortgage calculations & information
for the public interest.

Mortgages Magazine
Information on the mortgage industry
& shopping for mortgages. Mission is to
provide the necessary information to
make the right decisions regarding
mortgage refinancing, home equity
loans & debt consolidation.

Moving...In the Right Direction

Moving to Portland

National Low Income Housing

"Dedicated solely to ending America’s
affordable housing crisis. We believe that
this is achievable, that the affordable housing
crisis is a problem that Americans are
capable of solving. While we are concerned
about the housing circumstances of all low
income people, we focus our advocacy on
those with the most serious housing problems,
the lowest income households."


Public real estate for the city
of Portland, Oregon.


Realty Times

Rent Net

Sperling's Best Places

The Owners' Network

On the Lighter Side....

Miss Piggy: "We just have time to discuss once more, you and I, as adult, mature people, why I resigned."

Kermit: "You did not resign, you were dismissed! You were given the
boot, discharged, sacked, you were fired!"

Miss Piggy: "There are many reasons why I resigned..."

Florence Henderson: Piggy, can I give you a little tip?

Miss Piggy: Oh, there is no need for that.
I'm well paid.

See: Henson.com

From "What Are People For?"
by Wendell Berry

Good work finds the way between pride and despair.

It graces with health. It heals with grace.

It preserves the given so that it remains a gift

By it, we lose loneliness:

we clasp the hands of those who go before us, and the hands of those who come after us;

we enter the little circle of each other's arms,

and the larger circle of lovers whose hands are joined in a dance,

and the larger circle of all creatures, passing in and out of life, who move also in a dance, to a music so subtle and vast that no ear hears it except in fragments.


Resume & Interview Advice

The most important aspect of resume writing is that it helps you focus on what your career objectives are and allows you to review your past experience and abilities in this light. You should preplan your approach to complement your resume, references and personal style.

Often multiple candidates appear to have the technical and even managerial background the position requires. People hire because at a fundamental level they like (relate to) the job seeker and feel they can trust them (personal and professional integrity).

Also important in the interview process is your understanding of and sensitivity for the employer's industry and/or business problems. Preparation is often key. The harder your prepare, the more you demonstrate to the potential employer your sincerity and commitment.

See also: Resume-Help.org


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