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Job Hunt

Tune into JOB HUNT to learn how to navigate today's job market, get the skills you need, and find the right job for you. Watch real New Yorkers as they experience the triumphs and difficulties of searching for work, changing their careers, and finding the job that is right for them. JOB HUNT covers a lot of information you can use, including:
-How to master the job interview
-Who is hiring
-How to reinvent yourself for a new career
-Which jobs are the most sought after
-How to use technology to get a job


Job Hunt Episode 1: "You Just Lost Your Job - Now What?"
On this episode of Job Hunt, host Tory Johnson speaks with Charles Moldenhaur, owner of, and Kristin McDonough, Director of the Science Industry and Business Library, or SIBL, of the NY Public Library. We'll also hear from the New York Daily News' "Hire Me!" section to get a look at a New Yorker currently facing unemployment and what they are trying to do to find work.  After their discussion, they'll visit the SIBL, and we'll meet Sean Sabol, a who used the library to open two small businesses. Finally, we'll check in with Alex Barnett, a lawyer turned stand-up comic. All this week on Job Hunt.

Episode 2

Job Hunt Episode 2: "Why Would They Hire Me If They Can't Find Me on Google?  Using New Technology to Get a Job"
You want that new job so badly, and the big interview’s booked. But when the recruiter types your name into an online search engine, nothing comes up.  Will they hire you if they can’t find you on the Internet? With hundreds of people competing for just one job, how vital is it to have an identity on the Internet so recruiters can find you? And exactly how do you use new technology to land employment these days?  Donna Sweidan of will join us along with Dean Michael Williams of Toro College.  We'll visit the City's Economic Development Corporation's Hive@ 55, along with one of the NYC Department of Small Business Services' Workforce1 Centers.

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