Synonyms: get paid, get laid, make money, get a steady income, make a decent living, have a job, be a full-time student, earn a living, earn income synonym: get laid source Al Jazeera English title ‘The best job’ can’t be found in America: Job seeker article The US economy is in a bad way, and many jobs have gone unfilled.
The job market is hard to find, and employers often turn to job-hunting sites such as Craigslist to find the right candidates.
There are plenty of reasons for that.
For starters, jobseekers and jobseekers in the US have little control over their hiring conditions, and they don’t always have access to the kind of information that would enable them to better understand their employer’s hiring process.
The same applies to a US government that doesn’t have much information about its hiring practices.
Some of the reasons cited for unfilled jobs include joblessness, lack of skills, and an inability to access the kind the federal government requires job applicants to possess.
The fact that these reasons are often linked to unemployment is not news.
In 2012, the US Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that the unemployment rate in the United States stood at 7.3%.
Unemployment among young people has also fallen sharply since 2008.
The unemployment rate among 18- to 24-year-olds is also declining, according to the Bureau of Economic Analysis, which tracks unemployment rates.
And although the number of jobs available in the country has increased, so too has the number available to employers.
For example, in 2016, there were 1.8 million US jobs.
The Bureau of Economics said in February that the overall number of available jobs in the U.S. rose by 10.6% between March and June.
The number of positions available to the public rose by 12.3% in the same period.
So, while unemployment rates have been declining, the number unemployed has been increasing, and there are fewer job openings than there were in 2012.
“The overall job market remains depressed and job seekers and job candidates are discouraged,” according to a report by the Institute for Human Resources Management (IHMM), a Washington-based job-search firm.
“But the jobs created are not good jobs, they are low-paying, and not always desirable,” the report states.
“It is important to keep in mind that job seekers may be able to find employment through other channels such as volunteering or public assistance.”
The lack of job openings is a key reason why many Americans are looking for a job.
According to the American Job Seekers Association, the median salary for jobseekers is $47,500.
The US Department of Labor reports that the average salary for someone with a bachelor’s degree is $67,300.
The IHMM found that jobseekers without a college degree make $15,300 more than those with a college education, and those with less than a high school diploma make $6,400 more than their counterparts with a high-school diploma.
“If a job is available, it should be sought out by someone who is qualified,” said Laura Rau, director of the Institute of Human Resources in Washington.
“There are a lot of people out there looking for work, but it’s really hard to come up with a job.”
The job search can be very lonely, as it can be difficult to find a position that suits your skills and personality.
“People are looking at what is out there for a variety of reasons, and a lot is being driven by technology,” said Elizabeth Hitt, an associate professor of psychology at the University of Southern California.
“You can be able and motivated, but people are looking to make money.”
Rau said that while the unemployment figures may be low, the job search is hard and there is no guarantee that you will be offered a position.
“Many of the job opportunities out there are not very competitive,” said Rau.
“A lot of them are just for people who are looking, not people who have worked in the industry or have experience.”
For example: In June 2016, a study published in the Journal of Applied Psychology found that more than three out of four job candidates did not receive any interviews.
A report by CareerBuilder found that the number one reason job seekers did not get a resume or cover letter in 2016 was due to lack of availability.
For some, the lack of opportunities can be because they are unemployed, but for others, the inability to find work can be due to the fact that they have no other job options.
Rau explained that in some states, like California, there is a provision in the law that allows employers to ask for a resume and cover letter from job candidates in the event of unemployment.
But the majority of the time, these requests are ignored.
“Sometimes, if the job is for a position with an hourly wage, they won’t even look at your resume,” Rau told Al Jazeera.
“That’s why I’ve