Why today's job searches may take more time, yield less

06/21/2013 | U.S. News & World Report

Job seekers this year can expect their searches to take longer, and salaries to be lower when they do find a job, career expert Alison Green writes in this blog post. Searches that once took a few months now can take a year or longer, and benefits and salaries may have been reduced amid a glut of applicants, she notes. Also, a degree may not give a candidate the advantage, Green warns. "Even graduate degrees no longer promise an easier job search," she writes.

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