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Monthly Archives: July 2011

10 Mistakes to Avoid When Contacting Employers

There are numerous tools and resources available to guide job seekers through the steps of a career transition. These tools are very useful and suggest much that you should do. At the same time, some individuals benefit equally by learning … Continue reading

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3 Questions No Job Seeker Ever Wants To Be Asked

3 Questions No Job Seeker Ever Wants To Be Asked Employer and interviewers expect you to answer tough question during interviews. Take a few minutes to brainstorm on how you might elaborate on the following answers. The answers you give … Continue reading

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5 Mistakes That Can Kill Your Job Search

In today’s competitive job market, it is imperative that a job search candidate be FLEXIBLE, COMPELLING, and VALUABLE. If you consider that an estimated 20 million resumes fly through cyberspace and the traditional mail system daily, how are you distinguishing … Continue reading

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Are You Standing in the Way of Your Next Job?

Are you having a hard time finding your next job?   Are you going on interviews and not getting offers?   Are you at the point where you are ready to give up?   Well don’t! I know that the … Continue reading

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Determining Your “Fit”

After months upon months of high-gear networking, sending out your resume, and interviewing, you finally have a job offer! After all that hard work, it’s awfully tempting to accept the new position and put your grueling job search behind you. … Continue reading

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End The Blame Game

Who do you blame if something goes wrong in your career? Your boss or former boss? Your employer or past employer? Colleagues, family members, or the person who recently was hired and either took away your job or the promotion … Continue reading

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Five Essentials to Making the Break

Over the last few months, you’ve been getting out of bed a little slower in the morning. You’ve become more irritated by the tasks on your plate for the week than motivated by them and you’ve designated “payday” into your … Continue reading

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How to Choose the Right Job or Career

Most of us were taught to use analytical methods to evaluate big decisions such as which job to take or what career to choose. These work fine, most of the time. Analytical methods do have their limitations though. They work … Continue reading

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How To Get Potential Employers to Return Your Phone Calls

Are you frustrated when you receive no response after you send out resumes, no follow-up calls to hear how you did on interviews, no replies when you are trying to gather more information about a prospective employer?   Well, you … Continue reading

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How To Tap Into the “Invisible” Job Market

Is there a company in your area that you’d love to work for? Do you assume that, because you don’t see them advertising in the classifieds or posting jobs on their website, they have no openings? That may or may … Continue reading

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