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Back to Basics
In this time of corporate upheaval, economic downturn, and general uneasiness, many job seekers rush to get resumes out and to set up interviews. In this rush, simple details that can make a candidate stand out among their peers are often left by the... (More)
Avoid a 3-Ring Circus with these New Interviewing Strategies
I referenced the circus because I just finished another interviewing book that recommends asking for the job before leaving the interview. I can envision up to 15 qualified professionals each asking the interviewer for the job. If each asks for the... (More)
Cover Letter... Don't Sweat It
Writing a cover letter to accompany a resume, for some, can conjure up bad memories from high school or college composition class. With sweaty palms, they reach for the Thesaurus and Dictionary. That feeling of uncertainty begins to cloud their... (More)
Networking Through Professional Organizations
There are many reasons for attending industry-related meetings and joining organizations or community groups. Participation in organized groups allows us to benefit by learning from the experiences of others, continue our education through... (More)
Five Steps - Part 1
Terry Arndt talks about how to make yourself attractive as a potential candidate. This is part 1 of a 5 part series "Your New Job - Strategies for Success."
Job Hunting - Go Google Yourself
Kevin Donlin discusses how a number of hiring managers now research google for information on potential candidates before making a job offer.
Job Shopping Advice
Kevin Donlin talks about making a list when you're shopping for a job. Knowing the companies that you want to work for will make you a stronger candidate, and shorten the time that you're shopping at the job market.
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