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Posted by Willy Franzen on May 22, 2012. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|Senior Web Marketing Manager||Hollywood, CA|
|LOCAL OWNER OPERATOR||Charleston, SC|
|Paint and Collision Tech.||Kansas City, KS|
|Director of Publisher Development||San Mateo, CA|
|Marketing Research Manager||New Bremen, OH|
|Company Driver||Jacksonville, TX|
|SENIOR FINANCIAL ASSOCIATE||Novi, MI|
|Inside Sales Representative||Washington, DC|
|Trailer Tech||Phoenix, AZ|
I’m a big fan of magazine lists. They can be a great tool for your job search, and I’m not just talking about the “Best Place to Work” lists. One list that you may not think to use but you should is the Forbes list of The World’s Billionaires. Take a look at what the world’s most successful people have done to get where they are today–it might just lead you in some interesting directions. Forbes is a company that is best known for its lists. The New York, NY based publisher goes by the motto “The Capitalist Tool,” though that sounds like something a NATO protester called me this weekend (just kidding). But seriously, when you hear the name Forbes, you think money, right?
Forbes made their name with their magazine Forbes, but they also have Forbes Asia, ForbesLife, The Forbes Investors Advisory Institute, and The Forbes Newsletter Group. But my favorite Forbes business has to be the Social Register Association, which “is considered by many to be the only reliable, and the most trusted, arbiter of Society in the United States.” In other words, it’s a directory (complete with addresses and phone numbers) of the country’s elite. I bet getting your hands on one of those could really help your job search (too bad you can only get one if you’re listed in it). Obviously, a big part of Forbes’ business has moved online. You’ve probably tried to read an article on Forbes.com, but decided against it after being hit with an interstitial ad. Forbes also owns and operates ForbesWoman.com; RealClearPolitics.com; RealClearMarkets.com; RealClearSports.com and RealClearWorld.com.
If you want to join an old media name that is trying to make it work in the digital age, then take a look at Forbes’ Careers page. Right now they’re hiring for the following positions:
Forbes has some great opportunities for new grads, so check them out and get started on making that billionaires list.
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