Monday, September 1, 2014

Is anyone out there looking for a new job or new career?

 Is anyone out there looking for a new job or new careerWe here at Common Cents sincerely hope that this list of job sites helps you find that next job or career. The Number One way people find jobs is via Networking.  Tell EVERYONE you know you are looking.  Expand your circle of friends and acquaintances.  Strike up conversations with strangers!! 

The number two method to find a new job is via online job postings.  With that in mind we bring you the following list of sites that will help you in your job search:
  • is the largest internet job search site.  If your resume is not posted here you are wrong. 
  • - Over 4,500 Not For Profit jobs posted!
  • Your one-stop-shop for all things careers!
  • WorkTree claims to be scans MILLIONS of jobs in seconds! View jobs from thousands of online sources INSTANTLY! 50,000+ links to job sites, recruiters, employers and more!
  • is another very large job search site. Registration and resume posting is free and this job search site always ranks as one of the top career sites on the Internet.
  • - You can do it all at 
  • is America’s largest hourly job website, featuring more than 100,000 active job postings in industries including: restaurant, retail, office and more.
  • claims to have 652,000 jobs in the last 7 days.  Search job sites, newspapers, associations and company career pages.  Also you can POST YOUR RESUME!
  • Simply claims to have over 9,000,000 jobs are posted right now!
  • specializes in jobs for Executives
  • The search for jobs paying $100,000 and up at The!!
  • The Federal Government is always hiring!
  • Resume - emails your resume to 1000s of recruiters
  • Resume emails your resume to thousands of recruiters!
  • Hot - post your resume here for free!
  • Conservative - The name says it all!
  • - Find out how much you should be paid for your job!!
  • Get all the up-to-date information on your company and others

Other Money Making ideas:

Sunday, August 31, 2014

Give a little - give a lot!

We don't do this often but below we have listed some of our favorites.  And as most people know Conservatives are much more generous and donate more of their money than liberals.
We assume the rich give more than the middle class, the middle class more than the poor. I've heard liberals care more about the less fortunate, so we assume they give more than conservatives do. Are these assumptions truth, or myth? To test what types of people give more, "20/20" went to two very different parts of the country, with contrasting populations: Sioux Falls, S.D. and San Francisco, Calif. The Salvation Army set up buckets at the busiest locations in each city -- Macy's in San Francisco and Wal-Mart in Sioux Falls. Which bucket collected more money? Sioux Falls is rural and religious; half of the population goes to church every week. People in San Francisco make much more money, are predominantly liberal, and just 14 percent of people in San Francisco attend church every week. Liberals are said to care more about helping the poor; so did people in San Francisco give more? It turns out that this idea that liberals give more…is a myth. Of the top 25 states where people give an above average percent of their income, 24 were red states in the last presidential election. Arthur Brooks, the author of "Who Really Cares," says that "when you look at the data, it turns out the conservatives give about 30 percent more." He adds, "And incidentally, conservative-headed families make slightly less money." And he says the differences in giving goes beyond money, pointing out that conservatives are 18 percent more likely to donate blood. You can read it here.
During this season COMMON CENTS asks that you consider an online donation to one of these great charities. You donation will make a difference!

Saturday, August 30, 2014

The Best Editorial Page you will find:

The best editorial page that you will find is easily Investor's Business Daily editorial page.  IBD publishes easy to read editorials that blow away anything else out there.  A sample:

GeopoliticsVladimir Putin's brazen invasion of Ukraine, while America and our allies stand by, essentially gives Russia greater influence and control over Europe. Stopping him is going to get riskier and pricier.

Education For a parent, the headline couldn't be more alarming: "Teacher of the Year accused of molesting student, charged with 5 felonies." It's a story that, tragically, is all too common — and all too underreported. Why?

Economy In a 24-hour period, one government office upgraded its second-quarter growth estimate, while another downgraded its long-term forecast. There's more cause for alarm than celebration.

Scandal:  Talk of crashed and recycled hard drives, like that Benghazi video, was a distraction from the truth, which is that the missing emails detailing IRS perfidy exist on a system intended for government wide catastrophe.

War On TerrorA new report from the West Point counterterrorism center says the administration ignored warning signs as the Islamic State grew and trained over a four-year period paralleling our withdrawal from Iraq.

Taxes: It's no surprise Burger King is merging with Tim Hortons and moving its headquarters to Canada. Taxes are much lower there. What's strange is the deal's being financed by someone who believes in higher taxes here.

Thursday, August 28, 2014

'ISIS Cancer': 300 Americans fighting in Syria, Iraq threaten US security

Video - 'ISIS Cancer': 300 Americans fighting in Syria, Iraq threaten US security