AOL Jobs Week: Employing America 2011


Did you lose your job during the recession but are now back to work? You’re fortunate. Your situation still isn’t the case for a lot of people, so AOL has put together a package of fresh, employment-focused information for everyone about finding work. It’s called “AOL Jobs Week: Employing America.”

The package includes interviews with Dr. Phil, Suze Orman, Donald Trump, Rachael Ray, Stacy London and other celebrities offering job advice. It also includes articles with lists of best companies to work for, cover letter tips, resume do’s and don’ts and more. is proud to participate in AOL Jobs Week. We have our salary calculator available to job hunters, as well as some new information about the most satisfying, most popular and most stressful jobs. We’ll also list the best-paying, entry-level jobs for you and take a look at the average American wage: what is it and who earns it?

In addition,’s head of quantitative analysis, Al Lee, Ph.D., has answered some questions from AOL about the job market and the economy heading into 2011. You can see his answers here in his article, “Employment Outlook: What to Expect in 2011.” Lee explains which industries are strong, whether employers plan to hire in 2011, and also gives his advice for those looking for work.

We’ll keep you updated as new content is posted on AOL throughout the week that we think would help you find the job and paycheck you want.

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