For some, today is a day off work, for others there isn't any steady work to be had. Nick Corcodilos offers advice to those searching for a job. Plus, Education Secretary Arne Duncan; former Mayor David Dinkins; and how to find your fellow listeners out and about today.
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Nick Corcodilos, the man behind "Ask the Headhunter" was the weekly guest for the month of July. All this hour he discusses how to most successfully navigate the job market. Topics covered: utilizing job boards, making your resume stand out, the advantages and disadvantages of consulting ...
In 1989, David Dinkins, now a professor at Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs, became the first African-American elected to the office of New York City Mayor. He talks about New York twenty years ago--and this year's mayoral race.
Today's episode may have been pre-recorded, but that won't stop The Brian Lehrer Show from providing up-to-date coverage of what's going on in and around New York. In this segment, callers from last Thursday tell us what they are doing today.
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