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Common Sense Job Looking Tips

So you are totally involved in the interview cycle….my best advice is to always be yourself…it makes for a wonderful job landing experience and a great hire for your new employer… below are links to a few of my favorite   Read More…

April 2015 Career Report Issue # 182

Feature Story 5 WAYS TO USE TWITTER TO LAND A JOB When it comes to social networking in your job search, without question, every serious professional is expected to have a well-composed LinkedIn profile. But, according to an article published   Read More…

March 2015 Career Report #181

Career Report March 2015 Issue # 181  Feature Story DON’T EVEN THINK ABOUT LYING ON RÉSUMÉ  You would think people seeking work would be more careful about making sure their résumés are as accurate and transparent as possible, especially since a   Read More…

ASKING THE RIGHT QUESTIONS IN INTERVIEWS

Job seekers tend to spend all of their time preparing answers for interviews, but the questions they ask can be as revealing to hiring managers, who may see questions as a measure of candidate engagement and interest, according to an   Read More…

Sending Right Signals in Interviews

When hiring managers are asked about boneheaded mistakes they have seen job-seekers make during an interview, the most common, they say, are the subtle mistakes or omissions that can cause one candidate to lose out to another, according to an   Read More…

TIS’ THE SEASON FOR JOB SEARCHING

TIS’ THE SEASON FOR JOB SEARCHING Many job seekers are tempted to slow down their search for a new position (or pause it altogether) during the winter holiday season. But according to an article published by Monster.com, career experts say   Read More…

Writing Resumes that Stand Out

Writing Resumes that Stand Out The most important thing to know about resumes is that you want to have one that stands out from the crowd – a resume that is singled out by recruiters, makes a great impression with   Read More…

Coping With Cubicles

For many otherwise happy workers, the cubicle can be one of the most annoying aspects of the modern work life. Although cubicles give the illusion of privacy, anyone who has worked in one knows that those small walls are easily   Read More…

Gray is the New Best Hire

Gray is Good at Some Companies Traditionally, many employers have viewed older workers as inflexible, less productive than their younger colleagues, and more expensive because of higher salaries and health-care costs. When hard times force layoffs, older workers have often   Read More…

TREND TOWARD LIMITING WORKPLACE EMAIL

  TREND TOWARD LIMITING WORKPLACE EMAIL The next time you peek at your email on your “day off” give some thought to workers in Germany, where companies like Volkswagen and Deutsche Telecom have adopted policies that limit work-related email to   Read More…