23 Results for



Poach me, I'm for hire

In this economy, people are looking for jobs however and wherever they can. But in some industries, like the high-tech field, online placement sites like Monster or CareerBuilder are too general and traditional recruiters can't keep up with demand. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on a new Web site that's already connecting people in an innovative way.

March 26, 2012


IT hiring remains strong, says survey

Employment is not an issue if you have IT training. Seventy-eight percent of employers are filling IT positions before they fill slots in other departments, according to a survey.

By July 18, 2012


Facebook drops off the greatest places to work list

A new list of the 25 companies that give employees a good work-life balance has 12 tech companies on it, but the only big name is LinkedIn. And Facebook has fallen off the list since 2011.

By August 9, 2012


What the E*Trade baby will be doing during the Super Bowl

Online financial services company E*Trade is another that has released its Super Bowl ad early. Yes, of course it features the tot.

By February 3, 2013


Call centers connected to Verizon staff up

Job postings confirm that customer call centers connected to Verizon Wireless and Apple are hiring hundreds of new employees over the next three months. Hmmm...

By October 22, 2010


Al Gore slams SOPA in now-deleted YouTube video

In a video since removed from YouTube, Gore said that "anything that would serve to threaten the vibrancy and freedom of the Internet in the future, I'm against."

By January 6, 2012


Get that job: Six online resume tools

If you're looking for a job, making sure that your resume is in top shape should be step one. These online resume tools can help.

By October 1, 2009


Five career sites to help you in your job search

If you're looking for a job, look no further than these five search sites. Each of them offers something for everyone.

By February 5, 2009


GraphOn files patent suit against Google

The suit alleges that Google's Base, AdWords, Blogger, Sites, and YouTube services infringe on database-related patents.

By August 18, 2008