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Newsletter for LHH New York City office (Go to: http://www.esnips.com/web/LHHNYCJMC) January 8, 2009
In This Issue
• Job Market Intel • Career Events • Networking Events • JMC Job Search Tips
FLASH! Congratulations to the winners of The 1st Annual LHH NYC Creative Networking Contest: 1st Prize – Marleen Levi, 2nd Place – Saadiah Freeman, 3rd Place – Brian Albin (see the details of their winning entries in the article below)…
Job Market Intel
The 1st Annual LHH NYC Creative Networking Contest Winners
Thanks to all who submitted your wonderfully creative ideas for networking and now let’s share the top entries:
• Useful Web Sites • Media Resources • Blue Steps • Network of Experts • Job Lead Sampler • Just Thinking…
1. Marleen Levi – She used a volunteer position helping out with guest registration and raffles
for the annual Veterans Holiday Party to facilitate an opportunity to network face-to-face with a Queens Councilman. The registration desk provided the interaction platform and now they’ve set a follow-up meeting.
2. Saadiah Freeman – Her suggestion was to “start a group for job seekers in your industry
on Meetup.com” and “organize a fun, budget conscious social event to shake off the job hunting blues…”
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3. Brain Albin – He suggested attending trade shows and conventions held at venues like the
Javits Center. Brian also shared the following resources to help with networking efforts: Here are some other things that have been working for me. • • Of course, LHH resources!!! Great way to start the journey if you have to.... Watch where people land and find out the HR person(s) they worked with at the company they work for now. Use this as an in to speak with someone directly and bypassing the automated scanning and scoring of your resume. Keyword addendum in your resume (see mine as an example) -- A keyword addendum is a way to increase your automated score during the screening process. It is an additional page on your resume that includes all the keywords highlighted in the body of your formatted resume. So, you can get at least twice the score for topics companies are looking for. For example, the word "collaboration" is likely to appear in the body of your resume. It should also appear in the keyword addendum and therefore, doubles your score for that word. Trade/Industry Associations - for me this includes: o ARMA - http://www.arma.org - Association of Records Managers and Administrators. I am a member of the NYC chapter and use these meeting to maintain contacts and awareness of record and content management industry trends. o AIIM - http://www.aiim.org - Association for Information and Image Management they hold a huge trade show annually in March/April (Philadelphia, PA) and smaller quarterly shows around the country. Each of these shows is represented by large and small vendors having presence in this space
Access the latest and back editions. Copies are also available in the common areas and from your consultants… If you have information to submit, contact Rod Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212.455.8583. Thanks in advance!
Check out the approximately 150,000 jobs on LeadLink and don’t forget to keep your resume updated on Resume Reserve. New employers
and recruiters are added and are searching daily. Access both on the web at: www.lhhcrn.com.
GARP - http://www.garp.com - Global Association of Risk Professionals and on and on and on.....
LinkedIn - where would I be without this? o build your profile
Other Job Market Connection Highlights… New Feature: “Hannibal’s Takes” Job Fairs Employer of the Day “JMC Live”
o add connections - including vendors you may have bought or considered buying from when in your previous role o join groups
o get people you may use for references to write recommendations and make it easy for them by writing an example they can put into their own words. http://www.jobfox.com - free resume posting site and interesting graphical presentation of your skills. It provides ability to track views of your resume. It is very easy to complete a profile on this site particularly if you have gone through the LHH assessment exercises. They introduce you to companies and opportunities matching your profile. http://www.vitruva.com - similar to jobfox with limited job search capability. I am unable to view opportunities unless they meet my profile http://www.indeed.com - great for custom job alerts. scrapes the internet for opportunities matching your search parameters and criteria College / University Alumni associations - My alma mater, Fordham University, recently stepped up its efforts to assist alumni in the midst of job searches. Universities are recognizing the need to assist in this area. Research groups (many for pay, but with some creative internet searching or connections you can gain access to this information and stay up to date with industry trends). o Gartner - http://www.gartner.com The Info Pro - http://www.theinfopro.net Forrester - http://www.forrester.com Doculabs - http://www.doculabs.com - big in the content management space
Entertainment & Media Networking Group Recruiter Panels Special Topic Speakers Additionally we serve as the venue for several external professional networking groups including TENG (Tech Exec. Networking Group), MENG (Marketing Exec. Networking Group), and FENG (Financial Exec. Networking Group)
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Consulting groups - these will be represented at trade shows or on industry association web sites like AIIM or ARMA.
You're Only Kidding Yourself
I've been unemployed in my career. Twice. So what I'm about to say is based as much on personal experience as it is on a lifetime of studying the best practices in career self-management. There's a single, profound truth in hunting for a job: you're only kidding yourself if you think it will be quick and easy. It won't. Whether the economy is in recession or firing on all cylinders, whether you're starting out in your career or have years of experience under your belt, whether you're a skilled tradesperson or a senior executive, looking for a decent employment opportunity is the hardest job you will ever have. It will take every bit of knowledge you can muster, every insight you can gain, every piece of wisdom you can acquire, and even then, it will take pluck, determination and plenty of hard work. That's why I was absolutely stunned to see the results of a 2008 poll taken by Alan Krueger and Andreas Mueller and reported recently in The Economist. They found that unemployed workers in the U.K., Sweden and Germany devote 10 minutes or less per day looking for a job. That's people who are unemployed mind you. They either believe they are entitled to a job-wishful thinking in today's global economy-or that pixie dust will make it happen for them-the employment equivalent of buying a lottery ticket. Job search efforts were better in Spain and France, but nowhere near what's required for success. Unemployed workers in those countries spent 20 to 30 minutes per day searching for a new job. And in the U.S., the survey found that unemployed workers spent barely 40 minutes per day looking for a new employment opportunity. That's less time than average American spends watching television
We have negotiated a 20% discounted rate for LHH clients with Blue Steps the executive search web site owned and operated by the AESC (Association of Executive Search Consultants) which is their professional organization made up of over 200 of the top executive search firms. See your consultant for details. AESC has around 200 member search firms, with around 4000 consultants
around the world. (4.7 hours) or getting showered and dressed each day (53 minutes). So What? Most of us will spend one-third or more of our lives at work. Doesn't it make sense, therefore, to invest the time necessary to get it right? Isn't it worth the effort to acquire a knowledge of the key principles and skills of effective job searching and then to practice them rigorously until you land a good job-one that will enable you to excel? Aren't you more likely to see a real and sustainable return on such an investment in yourself and your future than you are in an investment with (allegedly) smart stock market analysts? So, why do so many of us sell ourselves and our careers short? Why are we spending so little time in the one wealth creation activity we can actually profit from and control? A Matter of Misunderstanding I can't say what's behind the less than vigorous efforts of workers in other countries, but in the U.S., I think it comes from a misunderstanding of the Declaration of Independence. That wonderful document, of course, defines our culture. It establishes our expectations both in our neighborhood and in the workplace. And subconsciously, many of us believe that the Declaration of Independence guarantees us Life, Liberty and Happiness. It doesn't. It entitles us to our Life, our Liberty and our pursuit of Happiness. The word "pursuit" may be a noun, but it describes a state of action. The act of striving for something-in this case: Happiness. In other words, the Declaration of Independence accords us the opportunity to strive for a fulfilling and rewarding job-and despite its all too obvious faults, the U.S. delivers on that promise better than any other country on the face of the earth-but it's up to us to do so. To take the steps that will achieve our goal. To turn the potential for personal success and happiness into reality. To create our own version of the American Dream. Yes, there will always be exceptions to the rule. There will always be the lucky handful among our peers who have a great job drop in their lap. But for most of us, finding that job-a job that will engage and fulfill us-requires that we invest a meaningful level of time and effort. What's meaningful? Think of it as an equivalency. The Happiness you derive from a job search is equal to the personal commitment you make to execute it. So, give yourself a full 8 hours of Happiness each day on-thejob by spending a full 8 hours each day searching for the job that will enable you to do so. Thanks for reading, Peter Weddle – Weddle’s Newsletter
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Jobless Claims Drop
In what might be considered a silver lining after months, the number of claims for first-time jobless benefits fell sharply by 94,000 last week, according to the US Department of Labor. EmploymentCrossing, a US-based job board, added 50,000 jobs on Thursday and has proven to be the most effective way of finding jobs in this downturn. For the week that ended December 27, 2008, the first-time applications for unemployment benefits fell to 492,000 from the 26-year high of 586,000 claims, a week earlier. The Labor Department cited the Christmas holiday season as an explanation for the drop. "Although the claims for unemployment filings have decreased, this does not give an accurate picture of the unemployment status, unless the holiday season is over," says Harrison Barnes, founder and CEO of EmploymentCrossing. Meanwhile, the continuing claims for jobless benefits increased to 4.51 million from 4.37 million in the week ending December 20, 2008, the highest in 26 years. "In the present times, it is best for professionals to hold on to their current positions. Those unemployed are facing a great difficulty in finding new jobs," adds Barnes. "Since the recession began in December 2007, the economy has lost nearly 2 million jobs. In December 2007, EmploymentCrossing listed about 500,000 jobs, which has now increased to over 1.5 million. So, although the recession has affected the economy, EmploymentCrossing has considerably
increased its efforts to research, classify, and list every job position from each and every source," says CEO Harrison Barnes…
(free/low cost events that may interest you)
The "C" Network "Surviving Corporate America"; Tuesdays, 1 p.m.; people of various professions are brought together to debate how to break through the elements for finding work; paid pre-registration required; call for locations and further information. Fees: $12 100 Park Avenue, New York, New York 10017 Sponsor information The "C" Network Contact: TheCnetwrk@aol.com, 718/263-3501
JMC Job Search Tips
The New Year Blitz…
(Simple Things pt 90…)
By all accounts, the 2009 economy is shaping up to be even more challenging than 2008. That’s a daunting task even by economist’s standards but the concrete signs are already there so the “scout motto” is probably the best strategy – “Be prepared”. Take full advantage of every opportunity presented to you and a few that aren’t. In other words, get creative and make some opportunities for yourself. Use all of the resources of your search program: CRN, JSWT, networking groups, seminars, Coach Consultants, video interviewing, etc… to keep yourself in ready mode. There are lots of employment opportunities out there but there are many more Candidates and even more joining the fray daily which means that window closes much faster than it used to. There’s no time for second guessing. Go for it now and remember, “having an offer is not the same as having a job”. So until you accept and actually begin working, all options are still open…
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Useful Web Sites
These could prove helpful (forward others to me at email@example.com)
***New business networking alternatives and competition to LinkedIn: Naymz http://www.naymz.com/ Maximize your professional opportunities by promoting your good name in our Reputation Community. Plaxo Pulse http://www.plaxo.com/ The easiest way to stay connected is now also the easiest way to share just about anything. Pulse now brings you "people feeds" from all over the web: www.worldwit.org. It's a new design, new navigation and a ton of new content. But most excitingly for us, our site now includes something that so many of our members have asked for: a careers site! Our careers area, WorldWIT's Hire Ground, is the first online recruiting site that reaches women 'at the intersection of work and life' with job alerts in the daily WorldWIT email digests. Jobs are also posted on the searchable WorldWIT's Hire Ground website http://newyorkcity.employmentguide.com/ bills itself as a portal for entry-level or a mid-management positions. EmploymentGuide.com has got you covered. With our FastAPP feature we have made searching for jobs faster and easier than ever. Simply complete an application and we’ll send it to matching employers in your area. http://www.janplace.com/ a site for those seeking opportunities in publishing, licensing, children’s & family media, entertainment, interactive media, and related areas http://www.gadball.com an excellent site that provides Free Job Search - over 100,000 Active Jobs! Free Resume Distribution, Free GadBall Discussion Forums, Free Career Email Address, Free Personal Email Address features links to For Sale Listings and many other types of information portals from television/movie listings to the weather. It also has an online calendaring tool, news, games, and entertainment links. http://www.JobsOnWallStreet.com bills itself as the leading financial services online job board http://www.efinancialcareers.com/ bank jobs, finance jobs, recruitment in the financial markets, accounting and investment banking http://newyork.craigslist.org/ another site that’s pretty cool. It bills itself as the following: craigslist is about: giving each other a break, getting the word out about everyday, real-world stuff. restoring the human voice to the Internet, in a humane, non-commercial environment. keeping things simple, common-sense, down-to-earth, honest, very real. providing an alternative to impersonal, big-media sites. being inclusive, giving a voice to the disenfranchised, democratizing ... being a collection of communities with similar spirit, not a single monolithic entity. http://www.worklife.com/ Worklife.com provides industry specific career channels with a wealth of information tailored to your career goals. Select a career channel to research industry information, search jobs and build your portfolio. www.ComputerJobs.com Recruiting Trends reports that ComputerJobs.com, an employment website for Information Technology (IT) professionals and those who employ them, has launched a new web site where IT professionals can discuss their careers, technology, current events, and more. The new community called "The ComputerJobs.com Community," also offers employers resume keyword searches, and job seekers the ability to search for high tech jobs on www.ComputerJobs.com. http://www.teamworkonline.com/ a listing site that focuses on jobs in professional sports with teams, offices, and connected entities (sports management, sporting goods, etc.). Here’s what they say about themselves: 71% of the jobs posted here were filled by online candidates! www.WomenSportsJobs.com currently has over 1,000 jobs posted in the following fields: Sports Marketing, Sales, Advertising & Promotions, Public Relations, Sports Media, Broadcasting, Facilities, Sports Events & Operations, Recreation, Health & Fitness, Website, Technology & Computers http://www.job-hunt.org/ a terrific informational resource for job seekers http://www.hightechny.com/ NY Labor Bureau site for IT employment (thanks Jay Colan)
http://www.ithotjobs.com/ bills itself as “ITHotJobs.com launched in 2001 to assist BIG 4, Top Tier, Software 500, Fortune 1000 IT job seekers most impacted during the downturn has grown to 286,000 members and is utilized by over 9,775 IT specific recruiters.” http://www.jobcircle.com/ JobCircle.com currently operates in CT, DC, DE, OH, MD, NY, NJ, PA, VA, and WV , and provides a totally regional job search experience using our unique Latitude/Longitude functionality.
Free web sites continued…
http://www.dogpile.com great search site that uses Google, Yahoo, Ask Jeeves, About, Look Smart, Overture, and FindWhat (talk about powerful!) http://www.allretailjobs.com/ the name says it all. http://www.nj.com/jobs/quicksearch/ links to job postings:11 NJ newspapers incl. the Star-Ledger http://www.chiefmonster.com a Monster.com site for Senior Executives http://www.6figurejobs.com lists executive Jobs http://www.ceoupdate.com lists non-profit executive level jobs http://www.execsearches.com lists non-profit executive level jobs http://www.bigfivetalent.com lists Big Five Jobs http://www.employment911.com/asp/index.asp claims currently over 3,000,000 jobs posted by companies that use them and searched from over 300 major career sites along with jobs including 1Jobs.com, Hotjobs.com, American Jobs, Infoworks USA, America's Employers, JobBank USA, America's Job Bank, Job Pilot USA, Bakos Group, MarketingJobs.com, Career Avenue, Monster.com, Best Jobs USA, NationJob Network, Career Builder, Net-Temps.com, Career Mosaic, Perot Systems, Career.com, Prohire.com, Career Magazine, Recruiters Online Network, Career Web, Select Jobs.com, Computerjobs.com, Softwarejobs.com, Computerwork.com, The Job Resource, Crosswalk.com, Top Echelon, Dice.com, TopStartups.com, Employment 911, US Careers Resource Center, Headhunter.net, Westech Virtual Job Fair. (Pay services not necessary). http://seeker.dice.com/profman/searchEngineMarketing.jsp?rel_code=100 more tech jobs http://www.guru.com/pro/professionals.cfm?tc=20010&kw=job%20search%20web%20 site helps you find IT, creative, business and office/admin projects all on one website! http://www.e-careercenter.com/ & http://www.job.com/index.cfm? us=164&AID=6944408&PID=1225587 2 sites for posting resumes and searching jobs Fee Based Sites: http://www.bluesteps.com Association of Executive Search Consultants (AESC) resume database. LHH has a discounted rate (See your consultant) www.theladders.com Based in New York City, TheLadders.com, Inc. is a privately held company offering premier online job search destinations and content for the $100k+ sector of the employment market. The company operates its primary consumer destination at www.theladders.com as well as specialized job search Web sites for Sales, Marketing, Finance, Human Resources, Law, Technology, Operations and all other $100k+ fields. For corporate and executive recruiters, TheLadders.com operates TheLadders for Recruiters, enabling them to easily post and manage job openings. http://www.executivesonly.com lists executive jobs http://www.netshare.com lists executive jobs http://www.execunet.com lists executive jobs http://www.executive.computerjobs.com lists executive technical jobs http://www.vicepresidentjobs.com a resume posting site Entrepreneurial Sites: http://www.startupzone.com employment http://www.topstartups.com employment http://www.garage.com lists tech ventures and employment http://www.fastcompany.com online version of magazine
http://www.vfinance.com funding for entrepreneurs http://www.vcbuzz.com venture capital info
Non-Profit Sites: http://www.philanthropy.com non-profit info and employment http://www.nonprofits.org/ non-profit info http://www.chronicle.com higher education info and employment http://www.guidestar.org/ national database of non profits Executive Job Listings in the Not-for-Profit Sector Advertised openings: http://www.ceoupdate.com lists non-profit executive level jobs http://www.execsearches.com lists non-profit executive level jobs www.fdncenter.org/pnd/jobs www.idealist.org Search firm listed openings: www.howe-lewis.com www.drgnyc.com www.pogsearch.com www.imsearch.com www.auerbach-assc.com www.slesingermanagement.com www.explorecompany.com
Provided by Jay Colan and the generous, spirited people participating in the NY Media and Entertainment networking group. Please update by sending additional resources/corrections to firstname.lastname@example.org & email@example.com
http://www.mediabistro.com/ -- Media Bistro: media industry networking and informational site.
Includes, news, advice, events listings, job boards, and discussion groups.
http://www.iwantmedia.com/– daily round up of media and industry news; extensive links to
other, related publications and sites.
http://www.poynter.org/medianews– Jim Romenesko’s media news: news, trends, extensive
links to other news and media related sites.
http://www.mediachannel.org/ -- Media Channel:
global media news, issue guides,
http://www.mediaweek.com/ -- Media Week: online media news magazine. http://www.insidemedia.com/ http://www.media.guardian.co.uk/ -- The Guardian online specialized media site. http://www.eweek.com/– eWeek online version: media and new media news and resources http://www.media-news.com/– Media news site, segmented by industry. http://www.internews.org/– Internews: promoting free and open media on a global scale. http://www.broadbandweek.com/– Broadband Week online version. http://www.telecomcareers.net/– TelecomCareers.net: career resources, etc. http://www.catv.org/-- CATV Cyberlab: news, resources for cable, broadband, and new media;
extensive list of links.
cable news, resources, extensive links.
http://www.emonline.com/index.html– Electronic Media online version. http://www.dmnews.com/cgi-bin/index.cgi– DM News: online direct marketing news. http://www.headlinespot.com/-- comprehensive news site: news, extensive links http://www.tvinsite.com/broadcastingcable/index.asp?layout=webzine– Broadcasting Cable
online: news for broadcast and cable industries.
http://www.cableworld.com/– Cableworld online version: cable and broadband news http://www.minonline.com/index.html—Min magazine: media business resources www.paidcontent.org focus on "the economics of content" http://www.212nyc.org/ - interactive focus www.mediapost.com www.inanet.com for designers and art directors www.cynopsis.com - daily briefing for broadcasting and cable, with job postings for NY and LA Digital Music News (site/publication?) www.nyctechwire.com Inside Radio (site/publication?) www.adage.com Advertising Age site http://www.poynter.org/ - Web Tips – tracks U.S. TV www.entertainmentcareers.net www.rightmedia.com www.venturewire.com – v.c. focus? www.variety.com Variety - entertainment focus –including job links This Week in Technology British Academy of Film and Television Artists http://www.digitalmusic2006.com/ - digital music forum www.worldscreen.com Int’l News on programming /content that inevitably includes notes on
many NY companies
www.lightreading.com technology news with many notes on content deployments www.digitalmedia.com – conference listings are searchable to obtain contact info for speakers Multi-Channel News – publication?/site? www.fierce.com – mobile media including wireless, IPTV and mobile media BillBoard – music publication www.journalismjobs.com
http://www.catm.com/-- Cable & Telecommunications Association for Marketing: library,
research, job bank, etc.
http://www.ncta.com/index.cfm– National Cable & Telecommunications Association:
news, legislative information, career resources, etc. Association: job opportunities and career related links
http://www.cthra.com/indopps.html– Cable and Telecommunications Human Resources http://www.aaaa.org/news/related_assoc.html– American Association of Advertising Agencies:
related industry links.
http://www.nynma.org/– New York New Media Association: http://www.cabletvadbureau.com/– Cabletelevision Advertising Bureau: news, research, links,
http://www.ctpaa.org/– Cable Television Public Affairs Association http://www.wict.org/main.cfm– Women in Cable & Telecommunications:
dedicated to improving the standing of women in the cable industry. events, networking.
resources and links
http://www.interactivehq.org/ -- Association for Interactive Marketing: research, education, 8
www.americanbusinessmedia.com – association of business media companies www.namme.org – National Association of Minority Media Executives Magazine Publishers Association (MPA) Online Publishers Association (ironically I don’t have the URL)
theory and scholarship:
http://www.ctheory.com/– CTheory: current scholarship on cultural, media, and critical theory http://www.theory.org.uk/– media and social/cultural theory focusing on pop culture http://www.utexas.edu/coc/journalism/SOURCE/j363/keywords.html– quick resources to major
leaders in mass communication studies
www.release1.0.com – Esther Dyson publication on v.c. and new technologies Edventures – same on Ester Dyson
http://www.hbscny.org/upcoming_events.htm - Harvard Business School Club of Greater NY –
Look for the Media Guru breakfasts
Media Staffing Professionals - Chicago based with jobs throughout the country "The Soul of the New Consumer" - book on thinking for marketers and product developers www.current.org – resource on NPR? www.voice123 – voiceovers One World? – cable advertising? Promo magazine and Events Marketer for event marketing people
Job Lead Sampler
(For many more check LeadLink)
Deputy General Counsel, Washington, DC, Congressional Budget Office Financial Analyst, Washington, DC, Congressional Budget Office Housing Finance Analyst, Washington, DC, Congressional Budget Office Banking Analyst-Macroeconomic Division, Washington, DC, Congressional Budget Office Securities Market Analyst, Washington, DC, Congressional Budget Office Financial Modeler-Macroeconomic Division, Washington, DC, Congressional Budget Office Senior Financial Advisor, Washington, DC, Congressional Budget Office Assistant Analyst, Washington, DC, Congressional Budget Office Tax Accounting, Darien, CT, Public Accounting Firm Senior Sales Person Software Solutions, Harbor Capital Technologies Regional Major Gifts Officer, Episcopal Relief & Development Junior Research Analyst, Geosphere Capital Management Sales Marketing Associate, Investment Opportunities (for Third Avenue Mgmt) Tax Manager, Investment Opportunities (for Third Avenue Mgmt)
Portfolio Administrator/Reconciliation, Investment Opportunities (for Third Avenue Mgmt) Audit Senior or Manager, Cornick, Garber & Sandler, LLP Tax Preparer and/or Reviewer, Cornick, Garber & Sandler, LLP Various Positions (150), Federal Reserve Bank Capital One Varied Positions, Capital One, Various Locales CFO Real Estate, White Plains, NY, Icahn Sourcing LLC Executive Assistants (2), White Plains, NY, Icahn Sourcing LLC Capital One Varied Positions-Rev, Capital One, Various Locales Investment Financial Writer, Washington, DC, Tangent Corp, $120K + 10% Bonus Marketing Manager, Washington, DC, Tangent Corp, $110K + Consulting Director Sales (2) Sermo Project Manager Insurance Co, PIPC Project Manager, CT, PIPC Project Manager, Chicago, IL, PIPC Communications Coordinator, Great Forest-Blacksmith Institute, $40K+ Senior Reporting Risk Analyst, Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi Senior Accountant, AXA Equitable Training Manager, Luxury Co. - Recruiting Specialists, $80M $100M Project Manager, NYC or Austin, TX, Garson Lehrman Group VP Human Resources, Hauppage, NY, RockTenn, $150 - 180K + Bonus Horseman's Acountant-Standardbred, Meadowlands, NJ, NJ Sports & Exposition Authority, $30-35K Website Coordinator, Meadowlands, NJ, NJ Sports & Exposition Authority, $35-40K Controller, Racing Accounting, Meadowlands, NJ, NJ Sports & Exposition Authority, $80-95K Financial Analysts - Varied, Washington, DC, Congressional Budget Ofc.