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Monthly Archives: July 2011

Informational Interviews: A Good Entry Point

What’s an informational interview? In general, an informational interview is a meeting or conversation between two people: someone who wants to learn more about a particular career and someone who works in that career field. For example, if you are … Continue reading

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Is Your Job Search Sagging?

Is your job search sagging? Are you still looking for that ideal next job? Or are you about to begin looking for new work and are not sure of the best way to go about it? What you need is … Continue reading

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Location, Location…Relocation?

Before you launch that national job search, consider this: employers who are working with a tight hiring budget may not be willing to cover the cost of relocation.   Differentiating factors between likely candidates for a job are important. Does … Continue reading

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Offer Letter Limbo?

Don’t Get Stuck In “Offer Letter Limbo”   Recently we concluded the placement of a Senior Sales Representative for a publicly traded company. The role was ripe with potential as the company products were being widely embraced by current and … Continue reading

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Pesky Interview Questions

Those same questions keep coming up — in every interview. They can be tough ones because they are about you and your thinking process. Preparing for them ahead of time can save you some grief during the interview.   What … Continue reading

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Surviving a Difficult Relationship with Your Boss

As professional recruiters, we are consistently amazed at the ability of front line managers and senior executives to chase away otherwise very productive and high potential “direct reports”. In the list of reasons for job changes, having a difficult boss … Continue reading

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When It’s Time For a Change

There’s a certain courage required to hear your gut. To really be true to how you are feeling. And that is never more important than in your career. Sometimes people feel that they are not completely happy. At other times … Continue reading

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Why Not Relish the Job Hunt?

Times change. Years ago, a person would get a job straight out of school and plan on retiring from that company years later. The loyalty went both ways. The company would keep its workers on the payroll, through boom times … Continue reading

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Your Career “Smoke Alarm”

Should Your “Career Smoke Alarm” being going off? Often times, even the most sophisticated and savvy senior level employees can miss the warning signals that would otherwise trigger your “career smoke alarm”. In the day to day struggle to keep … Continue reading

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10 Resume Don’ts

Resumes are a necessity for almost every job on the planet — accountant, teacher, CEO or municipal employee. But unless you carefully and objectively examine your resume before sending it out, recycling bins across America may be filling up with … Continue reading

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