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The Job Search Solution podcast discusses every aspect of finding a job as well as hiring. The whole hiring and firing process in today’s fast changing job market is demystified and simplified by the country’s #1 placement and recruitment specialist. Tony has interviewed more than 29,000 professionals since 1973 and personally been involved in successfully placing more than 11,000 of them in a new job or new career. He is in the trenches daily speaking with candidates and employers and he imparts what he has learned and what he sees happening in these podcasts.

Oct 14, 2019

Interview with Don Philabaum: Don and Tony continue the discussion on the fact that employers say they can't find employees with the skills they need while students report taking jobs that have nothing to do with their degrees. Don suggests that maybe students would be better off going through a boot camp being trained...


Oct 14, 2019

Interview with Don Philabaum: Don and Tony discuss the fact that employers say they can't find employees with the skills they need while students report taking jobs that have nothing to do with their degrees. Don suggests that maybe students would be better off going through a boot camp being trained in what employers...


Oct 7, 2019

Interview with Don Philabaum: Don and Tony continue the discussion on college rankings and how you can find out what kind of careers and income past students have. Don explains how this can help parents and students determine if a particular college and major is a good choice for them.


Oct 7, 2019

Interview with Don Philabaum: Don and Tony discuss college rankings and how you can find out what kind of careers and income past students have. Don explains how this can help parents and students determine if a particular college and major is a good choice for them.


Sep 30, 2019

Interview with Don Philabaum: Don and Tony discuss the fact that the NCAA attendance requirements have encouraged colleges to spend huge amounts of money on college sports arenas. Don questions why there isn't an organization requiring attendance at the college career centers that help students get their careers started.