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  Steer Clear of these Speech Habits in Interviews
by Caitlin McNally - Feb, 2013
Preparation is key in giving a good interview. In addition to studying your prospective employer and brushing up on common interview questions, it is important to examine your speech patterns. Interviewers will judge you not only on the content of your answers, but also on how you convey them. Speech errors can reflect poorly on your confidence, your education, your preparation and your interest in the position. Below...
 
  5 Steps to a Successful Career Transition
by Kim Meninger - Feb, 2013
Have you been considering a career change, but are unsure how to approach it? Perhaps you’ve been unhappy for a while, but don’t know what else you would like to do. Or, maybe you’ve noticed warning signs in your current career that suggest it may be time to look for something else. If you are thinking about making a career change, here are 5 steps to a successful career transition. 1. Know Who You Are Before yo...
 
  Using Social Media for Your #jobsearch
by Samantha Wanie - Feb, 2013
Social media websites like LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook can be effective job search tools if used appropriately. Creating a strong web presence is important in order to become more visible to employers and recruiters. The following are some great tips to get started expanding your social media presence. 1. Create a professional LinkedIn profile that can be used as your online resume. The more active you are with expandin...
 
  How to Write a High-ROI, Branded Cover Letter
by Laura Smith-Proulx - Feb, 2013
As a resume writer who frequently assists executives and senior-level professionals to create thoughtful cover letters, I enjoyed talking with Leslie Stevens-Huffman of Dice.com for her insightful article, 10 Ways to Screw Up Your Cover Letter. As she notes, your job search can stall if your cover letter fails to show your value, or makes it obvious that you’re not taking the time to learn about the employer’s business....
 
  Update Your Job Search Strategy
by Georgia Adamson - Feb, 2013
Sometimes we find that we have achieved a comfortable groove with our job search and career management. If that describes you, you might want to consider that a synonym for “groove” is “rut”! Achieving a comfortable groove sounds better than being stuck in a rut, but the concept is still the same. You are basically going nowhere, fast. This quote that I found while reading items on SmartBrief on Your Career suggests a conc...
 
  Rule #1 in Business: It’s Not About You
by Alexandra Levit - Feb, 2013
Every day, I get at least three requests from people who want to write guest posts on my personal blog. I have given up responding to these people. Why? Because looking at my blog for 30 seconds will tell you that I don’t do guest posts. I have never done guest posts. I may include tips from other experts, but the writing is always my own. Yet people continue to ask me, because THEY want to do a guest post. They a...
 
  Three Ways to Demonstrate Your Value in a Job Search
by Joshua Waldman - Feb, 2013
When I train career advisors and job seekers on the strategic approach to the online job search, I make sure to mention that a résumé is an obituary. Résumés do a great job telling people what you did. Where you worked. What things you’ve done in your past that made a difference. And résumés have a place in the job search as well. They are requirements in many HR departments’ intake process. They help hiring managers t...
 
  Job Search and Headhunters (aka Recruiters)
by Georgia Adamson - Feb, 2013
The subject of using headhunters (aka recruiters) in a job search comes up from time to time. I guess some jobseekers view it as a possible magic bullet in the job search. I have written at least one post in the past about this subject. However, recently a couple of clients have asked me questions about using headhunters in a job search, so I decided it was time to revisit this topic. Recruiters Don’t Find You a Job I...
 
  3 Tips to Writing a Strong Career Biography
by Laura Smith-Proulx - Feb, 2013
A career biography as a job search document is nothing new; employers and recruiters have often reviewed bios as a part of a leadership or executive portfolio. In fact, don’t be surprised if you’re asked for an executive biography when submitting your resume. However, you don’t want to resort to the tired, “James has served as the IT Director of XYZ Company for 6 years” type of bio. Instead, power up your biography...
 
  Résumé Help: The Case of the Prickly Profile
by Debra Wheatman - Feb, 2013
Today we explore the case of the prickly profile. What is a prickly profile? It is a profile that detracts readers. Just as the thorns of a prickly cactus prevent animals from taking a bite, a prickly profile can prevent prospective employers from reading the remainder of a résumé. In other words – no interview! Here are ways David can remove the thorns from his profile and entice a hiring employer to take a bite....
 
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