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A new career often involves decisions that affect the lives of individuals and families. The Metro New York & Southern Connecticut HERC aims to support member institutions and job seekers in identifying the regional and lifestyle resources needed to ease the transition to a new job as well as to provide additional information for and about dual-career couples.

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Dr. Iwalani Else
"I quickly found the HERC website through a Google search and found the posting for the position I now have as the Director of Institutional Research and Assessment with The College of St. Scholastica in Duluth, Minnesota."

- Dr. Iwalani Else, Director of Institutional Research and Assessment, The College of St. Scholastica

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  1. Why college grads must invest in the future

    College graduates should begin socking away money for retirement during their first job out of school, writes financial expert Peter Dunn. A $250 investment each month could grow to more than $1.3 million over a 45-year career, Dunn writes in this commentary. USA Today (4/20)
    23 Apr 2018 13:14:42 CDThttps://www.usatoday.com/story/money/personalfinance/columnist/2018/04/20/how-set-yourself-up-life-financial-success-day-1/496011002/
  2. How to look for a job without being obvious

    Schedule job interviews during your lunch break, at the end of the day or when you're working from home to avoid raising suspicions by your current employer, Alyse Kalish writes. Work on your applications at home and refrain from talking about your job search with colleagues. The Muse (4/19)
    23 Apr 2018 13:14:42 CDThttps://www.themuse.com/advice/11-subtle-ways-job-search-at-work-without-boss-finding-out?ref=recently-published-0
  3. How has the job market changed?

    Glassdoor (4/20)
    23 Apr 2018 13:14:42 CDThttps://www.glassdoor.com/blog/getting-a-job-has-changed/
  4. Sustained job growth seen in unemployment figures

    Initial claims for unemployment benefits in the US fell for the week ended April 14 to 232,000, and the unemployment rate sits at 4.1%, according to the last figures from the Labor Department. Sustained job growth remains in place as the country added 103,000 jobs in March. Reuters (4/19)
    23 Apr 2018 13:14:42 CDThttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-economy-unemployment/u-s-weekly-jobless-claims-dip-in-latest-week-idUSKBN1HQ1QY
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