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The U.S. has been celebrating Labor Day since 1882. It was originally intended to recognize laborers throughout our great nation.
Most people now celebrate Labor Day as the end of summer. These days, it's more about barbecues, parades and the beginning of football season.
Still, it's good to remember why the holiday was originally celebrated. After all, we work hard. We deserve a day to celebrate our efforts and achievements.
Unfortunately, many people are out of work this Labor Day, as unemployment continues to hover near 10 percent. Perhaps you are among the many individuals navigating this harsh job market.
I've scoured the Web for resources that can help. Get inside tips for landing your dream job. Find legitimate work-from-home opportunities. You also might want to look into starting your own business!
Getting and keeping a job:
Best websites to search for jobs
Helpful job-hunting advice
Find legitimate work-from-home opportunities online
Use the Web to find a job
Honest-to-goodness ways to make money from home
Earn money at home using the Internet
Be aware of online job scams
Monitor your online reputation
Start your own business:
Building a website for a new business
Build an artist's website
Improve your website's Google search ranking
Market your business for free on social networking sites
Make money by blogging
Sell your arts and crafts online
Turn your photos into cash
Small business billing software
Get free business cards
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