November 7, 2010 9:00pm
• Central Valley among hardest places to find work
• But knowing a few tips can separate you from the pack
Recently CVBT talked with two experts about the Valley’s employment picture and about getting a job.
Take a look at our interviews with Kimberly Stiener-Murphy, the metro market manager for staffing company Robert Half International, based in Sacramento, and with best-selling author and personal branding expert Dan Schawbel.
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The U.S. Department of Education estimates that 60 percent of all new jobs in the 21st century will require skills that only 20 percent of current employees possess.
Ms. Stiener-Murphy says the hardest jobs to fill in the Central Valley are those requiring a college degree. Mr. Schawbel says that before working on packaging, a job seeker should be sure of his or her “content” – the skills and attitude needed to do the job.