It probably depends on your skills or experience. I know you can always find a job as someone in the health care field.
It definitely pays to know about computers, SEO and advances in technology these days, as well.
As good or as bad as any other and how hard you try to find one.
It depends on numerous factors such as the skillset, education, attitude, and persistance of the individual looking for a new job. Other factors come into place if a whole industry is no longer producing it's products in the U.S.
The industrial age of hiring people right off the street is long gone. Networking and using websites such as indeed.com and linkedin are probably the best way to go.
Yes, 2011 will be good year for jobs. There is thousands of opening for freelancer and regular employees. Even competition also will rise. If you are seeking jobs in 2011 then freelancer jobs can offer you lots of opportunities. However you also need to being familiar with employers' changing trend to select candidate for their task or work.
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