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  Five Reasons Why You Are Unemployed
by Ozzie Saunds - Oct, 2012
1. You Have a Bad Resume or Cover Letter Having a strong, professional resume strongly enhances your chances of being called for job interviews and is vital to increasing your career opportunities. Many resume services will provide you with free resume critiques and this valuable feedback can be used to improve your resume. If you are in school, visit your career services centre and get free resume advice from a career prof...
 
  10 Bush-League No-Nos When Starting a New Job
by Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter - Oct, 2012
Many new hires are so anxious to make friends and a good impression that they often make mistakes that will leave them with neither. To ensure this isn't you, check out the list below of 10 things you should be cautious of when you're the new kid on the block: 1. Don't tell your new manager how your old manager did things. Unless you were hired to be a change agent in your new position, your new company has little interest...
 
  Can’t Fail Techniques To Improve The Results of Your Executive Job Search
by Michelle Dumas - Oct, 2012
The jobs picture in the U.S. has been fairly static for quite some time. Despite conflicting claims by politicians as to the reason for high unemployment, they all agree that times are tough, jobs are hard to come by and the unemployment rate will likely stay in the neighborhood of 8 percent for the foreseeable future. For those out of work or looking to change jobs, this is not an environment conducive to a quick change in...
 
  Career Trends Today: What Job Seeking Professionals Need To Know Now
by Michelle Dumas - Oct, 2012
In a battered, slowly recovering economic environment, job seeking probably occurs more frequently than is desirable. While it is useful for qualified professionals to seek improvement of their career status in any economy, current realities have often put people out of work or drawn to a standstill opportunities for advancement. As these conditions slowly change (for the good) and prospects for hiring increase, a number of...
 
  Digital Dirt & Your Job Search: Tips To Improve Your Online Personal Brand
by Michelle Dumas - Oct, 2012
Conducting a job search isn’t what it used to be! Once limited to the little time it would take to pore over the classified ads, look over a local job board and perhaps talk to friends and friends of friends, a job search today is essentially a full-time job. The internet has made it possible to search for jobs the world over, researching not only companies but entire industries in hopes of finding the ideal situation. O...
 
  Guaranteed Ways To Get You Motivated and Moving To Land A Job Faster
by Michelle Dumas - Oct, 2012
You get up, go to work, push around some papers, go to lunch, attend some meetings, then go home. Do it all again the next day. Five days a week. You realize that you need something else in your work life, something to inspire you, to challenge you, to make you want to go to work. It can be difficult finding that motivation to search for and land a job that you want, but here are a few tips that can help you in your quest:...
 
  The Social Web: Tips to Advance Your Career By Optimizing Your Online Presence
by Michelle Dumas - Oct, 2012
Networking used to mean lots of face-to-face time meeting people at workshops and conventions, making calls, handing out business cards, and asking friends for introductions. While this is still true, the social web has added many new ways to build and cultivate your network. Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, and Pinterest make it easy to make connections, but how do you get the most from them? These guidelines will help...
 
  Timeless Tips To Find a Job Quickly
by Michelle Dumas - Oct, 2012
Job searching takes time and effort–sometimes a great deal of time and effort. Much has changed throughout the years regarding the actual techniques of job searching, but much also remains the same. Here are several tips that can help you get the job you want, and in a lot less time. These techniques should be included in every job seeker’s arsenal and will help you find a job quickly. 1. Make sure your resume promotes...
 
  What To Do First When You Lose Your Job: Minimize Your Unemployment and Get Hired Fast
by Michelle Dumas - Oct, 2012
The economy is bad, company revenues were low, you heard rumors, but hoped it wouldn’t happen to you, but it did – you lost your job. It’s a trying time, a stressful time. But you need to look ahead and start thinking of going forward to get hired in a new job. The first thing to do when wanting to get hired is to be calm, cool, and collected. Wait until the emotions – fear anger, sadness – have passed; remember, things al...
 
  So You Want To Change Careers? How To Position Yourself For A Job In A New Industry
by Michelle Dumas - Oct, 2012
Most Americans end up seeking to change careers at least once during their professional lives, but that fact does little to quell the nerves of those who are considering a similar move. Even when jobs are disappointing and unfulfilling, they still have advantages that convince many workers to stay where they’re at: security, in most cases, and income and job prestige in others. Although it’s possible to change careers, it’...
 
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