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  3 Job Search Lies That Keep You Unemployed
by Kevin Donlin - Oct, 2010
This may ruffle a few feathers, but your time is valuable, so I’ll be blunt: If you’ve been struggling to find a job for more than 6 months, you may be doing the wrong things to get hired. Worse, you may have been given bad information by well-meaning folks who have steered you wrong during your search. I am here to set things right. And to offer three Guerrilla Job Search “truths” to get you hired faster … Lie...
 
  5 things to do if you need to look for a job
by Miriam Salpeter - Oct, 2010
Yesterday, I joined Steve Boese and Shawna Moerke on their online, call-in radio show, HR Happy Hour. The show focuses on current topics in Human Resources with leaders and experts in the field. I participated because this week’s show featured The Career Summit – a series of online webinars aimed at helping job seekers (and prospective job seekers) achieve their goals. During the show, Laurie Ruettimann, one of the master...
 
  How to avoid mistakes on your resume
by Miriam Salpeter - Oct, 2010
Today’s post is one of many from members of the Career Collective community I co-coordinate with my colleague Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter. I encourage you to visit other members’ responses, which will be linked at the end of my post tomorrow. Please follow our hashtag on Twitter: #careercollective. This month’s question (in a nod to Halloween this weekend): How to avoid scary career/resume mistakes? How should job seekers en...
 
  How to Get a New Job with an Old Employer
by Kevin Donlin - Oct, 2010
If you’re looking for a job, you know how bad the news is. Unemployment is now at 9.6%, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. It’s been stuck at 9.5% for 14 straight months -- the longest such stretch since The Great Depression. Yet, there are jobs out there. One Minnesota man just one. Steve Fox, from Edina, Minn. was hired by, an employer that had originally passed him over, about 70 days after seriously ad...
 
  Over 50 in the job hunt
by Miriam Salpeter - Oct, 2010
I recently received a note from a prospective client. An executive in his late 50¡äs, he took early retirement from his company and was looking for his *next* thing to do. He explained he had applied for hundreds of executive positions and almost as many minimum wage positions with his resume, but that he had not been called in for one interview. His frustration, ¡°I can¡¯t help that I am over 50.¡± What a frustrating situa...
 
  The Top Ten Scary Things Job Seekers Do
by Barbara Safani - Oct, 2010
In honor of Halloween, this month’s Career Collective topic is scary resume and career mistakes. Here are the top ten mistakes I see job seekers make. 1. Inflate their qualifications or lie on their resume. While a resume is not a legal document, it should be an accurate representation of your experience and achievements. I advocate for showing your employment history in the best possible light, buy lying is never wise....
 
  17 Interview Questions Hiring Managers Love to Ask
by Barbara Safani - Oct, 2010
AOL Jobs reached out to hiring managers, HR professionals and recruiters to hear their favorite interview questions. Here's what they love to ask and why. What is your greatest weakness? "An impressive and confident response shows that the candidate has prepared for the question, has done serious self-reflection and can admit responsibility and accept constructive criticism. Sincerely give an honest answer (but don't sa...
 
  3 Mistakes You’re Making on Your Resume and How to Correct Them Now
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Oct, 2010
As a former hiring manager I tend to have a critical eye on resumes that pass through my line of sight. Because I’m so involved in this industry I see tons of resumes on a daily basis. Although job seekers tend to make many different kinds of mistakes on their resumes, here are the main three I see most often that tend to tarnish that five-second review you get from hiring managers. DISORGANIZED OR UNATTRACTIVE RESUME FOR...
 
  3 Signs You’re Sabotaging Your Own Job Search
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Oct, 2010
I talk to a lot of people who have gone through a job transition during the last few years. Although most people agree that both the economy and the job market are tough right now, I sometimes wonder if people really grasp just how challenging things are for a lot of people. There are some common themes among those who seem to be sabotaging their own job searches: YOU THINK YOU CAN DO IT ALONE It amazes me how many peo...
 
  Networking From The Opposite Direction
by Kevin Donlin - Oct, 2010
Here’s a Guerrilla Job Search maxim to live by: When in doubt, do the opposite. Think about it: If most job hunters are struggling to find work, why do what most job hunters are doing? Take email, for example. If most job seekers email their resumes to employers … and get no reply, why not try the opposite? The opposite of email could be in-person delivery, fax, or U.S. Mail, to name but three possibilities. Here’s an...
 
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