One Account of an Individualized Job Search

Treat job seekers with dignity and help them to treat their job search as a job in itself. Everyone will be better off.

Cuts to Library Hours Hurt the Unemployed

It isn’t just Librarians that need the Public Libraries open. Between 2008-2009 over 30 million people used the Library Internet Connections and computers to do a Job Search. Losing hours affects people of color and the low income more than any other demographic. With so much of a modern Job Search requiring e-mail and internetContinue reading “Cuts to Library Hours Hurt the Unemployed”

Your Tax $ helping you find work is one of the best uses of your tax dollars I have seen for a job search, resume writing, interview preparation, and retraining for a new career.  It is brought to you by the Department of Labor.

The Burbank Library

So I made it to the main branch of The Burbank Library. What, you ask, does this have to do with Social Work or Homelessness . . . actually, let me tell you. When you are homeless or poor you often don’t own a computer, nor do you have access to the internet on yourContinue reading “The Burbank Library”

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