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  3 Ways You’re Turning Off Recruiters on LinkedIn
by Laura Smith-Proulx - Aug, 2012
Ready to make LinkedIn work harder for you… but unsure how to generate activity from the site? Confused as to why your Profile viewers never get in touch with you? LinkedIn will have a tremendous impact on your job search – generating new Connections, recruiter calls, and networking opportunities – but this only happens when you actively cultivate your Profile as a keyword-rich, career-specific presentation that wows e...
 
  Questions to Ask When Writing Your Resume
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Aug, 2012
Writing a resume can feel like one of the most challenging aspects of a job search. There’s no doubt that writing this document requires a lot of introspection. But oftentimes, the challenge comes with a lack of true insight into your own career. We spend a lot of time working on our jobs, but rarely give thought to the specific contributions we make to our employers in our roles. A good way to identify those contributions...
 
  Re-Brand 2012: What to Do When a “Brand-Aid” is Not Enough
by Debra Wheatman - Aug, 2012
Many clients come to me for career advice when the same old approach is no longer working. Often they will say, “Something is going on in the market. In the past, I was in high demand.” Well, perhaps it is the challenging market. On the other hand, could it be your long-time brand is no longer effective? In a challenging market, it is twice as important to update your brand. How do you know if you need a brand make-over?...
 
  Time Management – The Power of Purpose
by Joe Feest - Aug, 2012
Do you ever find yourself thinking that there are so many things you could do at work that would have a huge impact upon your effectiveness—if only you could find the time! Does getting by day to day seem to take up all your time? So often when people think of time management they think in terms of tips, tricks, tools and techniques. What’s the latest new and creative approach? A focus on seeking out the latest trendy to...
 
  Where Your Online Presence Really Comes From
by Joshua Waldman - Aug, 2012
A gentleman came up to me after a talk I gave at Portland Community College last month. He told me that hefd Googled himself and wasnft happy with what he found. I get this question all the time, so I wasnft prepared for what he told me next. After he saw his search results, he called Google and asked to speak with Eric Schmidt, the executive chairman and former CEO. When his call wasnft connected (no surprise ther...
 
  Successfully Completing Online Job Applications
by Linda K. Rolie, M.A., CVC - Aug, 2012
The job application you once filled out with pen or pencil is becoming obsolete. Completing online job applications can be daunting. Here are the most effective tips and suggestions for improving your chances of landing an interview with your online application. Today, nearly all mid-to large employers require that applicants complete an online application. For many, online applications are difficult. The following ar...
 
  20 Pieces of REAL Advice for College Freshmen
by Marcia Robinson - Aug, 2012
In a few weeks, summer will end and thousands of new college freshmen will file onto college campuses and populate college residence halls. Most college students will enter college with tons of advice from parents, teachers and college counselors. With all the advice out there, it is hard for college students to separate the advice that will lead to long term success. If you are a new college freshman or know one, let me shar...
 
  Do You Seriously Want the Job? Then Show Some Enthusiasm in the Job Interview
by Marcia Robinson - Aug, 2012
Some job seekers believe they don't stand a chance to be hired for certain jobs because they don't believe they are "excitable" enough. As one job seeker shared with me. "I am not the bubbly-jumping-out-of-my-seat-type." Of course everyone knows that a successful job search strategy requires a positive attitude and so whether or not a job seeker believes they are excitable or not, we have to work together to develop specific s...
 
  Dreams Are Not Achieved By Dreaming
by Bob Roth - Aug, 2012
Do not get me wrong. Dreaming about your future is good. All college students should have someplace they are trying to go, something they are trying to achieve. However, students should also understand that dreams are not achieved by dreaming. Success is rarely achieved by chance. When students apply the wrong approaches, they are setting themselves up for failure. They frequently choose a direction or approach that is...
 
  New Grads Falling Prey to Job Search Myths
by Marcia Robinson - Aug, 2012
I spend a lot of my time talking to new college grads about their job search strategies and career plans. What I find, after 13 years of working with new grads, is that many new grads have their job search stalled by job search myths and pre-conceived notions. Most new grads are having a hard enough time landing a job after graduation in today's tight job market, but if you add some simple misconceptions and job search myths t...
 
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