The Value of Your Tweets During a Job Search
by Rosa Elizabeth Vargas - Feb, 2010
How To Tweet Your Way to a Job Lead The value of your tweets. Now that you have set up your Twitter account, what do you tweet in order to get closer to an actual job lead? There are many steps you can take to job search via Twitter but in this blog post, I will focus on your tweets' content because a great tweet can propel you closer to a job--a bad tweet can help you lose the job you currently have...AND QUICKLY! Micr...
Five Beliefs That Keep You Living Paycheck to Paycheck
by Tai Goodwin - Feb, 2010
Fearless Woman Magazine is the brain child of fearless networking master, author, and on-line talkshow diva – Adrienne Graham. I recently shared an article on Fearless Woman Magazine, I’d like to share with you here: 5 Beliefs That Keep You Living Paycheck to Paycheck 47% of Americans say they live “paycheck to paycheck” according to a 2008 survey. Even more startling: * 21% of those earning over $100,000 also live payc...
Five Questions To Help Uncover Your Passion
by Tai Goodwin - Feb, 2010
What do career burn out and being laid off have in common? Both situations are opportunities to explore what you are passionate about. While there is pressure if you are laid off to find another job as soon as possible, for some markets and industries the opportunities may be far and few between. Savvy professionals benefit from tapping into not only their talent, but also their passion in order to find work that feeds their s...
Five Ways to Take Control of a Job That’s Not Working
by Tai Goodwin - Feb, 2010
If you work full time – do you realize more than 1/3 of your day revolves around work? Consider the time you spend preparing for work, traveling to and from work, and then actually at work. That’s a lot of time -too much time in my opinion if it is all about just a paycheck. There are periods of time in almost everyone’s career where we work to live. But wouldn’t life be a whole lot more meaningful if you could enjoy the work...
Three Keys to a Purpose-Driven Resume
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Feb, 2010
We’ve all heard of the book, but what a great principle to apply to our resumes, cover letters, and job searches. Instead of utilizing a generic or jack of all trades (and master of none) resume, we should be using (and with great success) a purpose-driven, focused, and customized resume. In fact, if you have expertise in more than one area, then you should be broadcasting more than one resume. After working recently with...
Too Many Words
by Suzanne Bates - Feb, 2010
Okay, so the other day, I opened up a presentation with this photo. It was Storytelling for Sales Professionals. The caption read, ”Let’s look at the underbelly of your preparation for customers - how do you REALLY get ready for a sales meeting?” Yea, they laughed. (I was so grateful. Isn’t it nice to get a laugh?) The point I hoped to make was that the more experienced you are the less likely you are to prepare becau...
How to Get Through a Big Change Without Having a Cow
by Louise Fletcher - Feb, 2010
I haven’t blogged for quite a while. That’s not because I ran out of things to say (My husband will confirm that I never run out of things to say) or because I just got lazy and spent the last month eating chocolate and watching reruns of The Golden Girls. I haven’t blogged because our site was being redesigned. Once the blog content had been moved, I had to wait for the new site to go live before adding any new posts. A fe...
Too Long or Too Short?
by Harry Urschel - Feb, 2010
I’ve often said: “Show your resume to 10 people and you will get 10 different, and often conflicting opinions!” A ‘good’ resume is very subjective to the reader. Everyone has preferences as to what’s appropriate and what’s not. There is no such thing as a ‘perfect’ resume and it should always be a work in progress...tweaking, tuning, and tailoring it to each position you apply to and for each circumstance. It’s a good idea...
How to Ace the Phone Interview
by Karen Burns - Feb, 2010
Many job interviews these days are conducted by phone. It’s faster and cheaper for both job hirers and hunters. HR folks especially like it because it allows them to screen more applicants in less time. A phone interview may even be your first contact with a potential employer. Phone interviews are not, however, the same as in-person interviews. So much human communication is non-verbal! You may need to acquire a few new sk...
Creating Your Career Transition Binder
by Ford R. Myers - Feb, 2010
If you’re in job search mode, you should create a binder – your very own Career Transition Binder. I’ve found that there are two types of job seekers: those who create a binder to keep track of all their networking, interviewing, career documents, lists, and contacts in one place – and those who don’t. Guess which group tends to make more progress, get more interviews, land great jobs more quickly, and negotiate better deal...
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