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Q: Given how bad things are in the economy, I probably shouldn’t expect a raise as part of my next review, right?
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Q: We don’t have any bad debt, just a car and a house to pay off. Our mortgage is open, and we have another 3 1/2 years to go on our fixed monthly car payments. We are saving for retirement already, so that’s taken care of too. What should we focus on paying down first: the car, the mortgage or both?
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Q: Is it OK to post my resumé on Facebook?

James says...
Every ant has a megaphone: not just to one person, but to many. You can network by broadcasting to all friends and acquaintances. Self-expression has become a huge new form of entertainment—it gives you an opportunity to talk and showcase your skills. So yes, put your resumé on Facebook. And hey, if you Twitter too, send a tweet to your Facebook CV posting.

James Coburn is a career specialist with 20 years' experience in search recruitment. He is VP of wwwork!. Click here to send him your questions.