3 golden rules to turbo-charge your job hunt

The number of U.S. job openings rebounded to a near-record 7.49 million in March after falling to a nine-month low in February, the Department of Labor announced Tuesday. April’s jobs report showed it’s been decades since the unemployment rate was this low, the Bureau of Labor Statistics said Friday.

So scoring a new job is practically a lay-up, right?


Sure, the economy exceeded expectations by tacking on 263,000 new jobs in April, but job growth wasn’t uniform. Growth for construction jobs and the white collar and health-care sector was strong, but retail job numbers slipped. Furthermore, April’s 3.6% unemployment rate had at least something to do with some Americans giving up their job hunts.

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