The job market has been of the biggest stories of 2010. There are 15 million people unemployed, but when you add up people who are discouraged, have stopped looking or are underemployed, that number jumps to more than 26 million. It's safe to say that job seekers won't be sorry to see the ball drop on 2010.
Construction, financial services, local/state government, traditional publishing and printing, and even the US Postal Service took some of the hits this year. Yet, on the bright side, 1.2...Full Story