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  Three Tips To Shore Up For A Career Flood
by Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter - Jun, 2010
Ankle-deep in water, we waded across the ramp to our dock. The next day, after a satiating weekend of sailing, we returned to the ramp for departure, and alas, the water had risen to our knees. Granted, we had slept the prior night ‘on the water,’ and then sailed through the day, water skimming our hull and sails pulling us through this liquid highway. As sailors, water clearly is our friend, but it was the unexpected cree...
 
  How to Learn Everything You Need to Know About Interviewing in One Day
by Barbara Safani - Jun, 2010
My daughter landed a plum internship this summer as an assistant to a musical director and casting director for the national tour of a very well known Broadway musical. On her first day she observed a typical theater audition, cattle-call style and in less than eight hours learned what it takes most people decades to learn about interviews. Here were her take-aways. 1. Having strong skills in multiple areas makes you a bett...
 
  Six Tips To Help You From Being Overwhelmed By Your Job Hunt
by Miriam Salpeter - Jun, 2010
"The secret of getting ahead is getting started. The secret of getting started is breaking your complex, overwhelming tasks into small manageable tasks, and then starting on the first one.” – Mark Twain, in The Success Principles, by Jack Canfield It seems obvious – you can’t be successful until you get started. Earlier this week, I wrote about how making a plan for your job hunt is a big step in the right direction. You ca...
 
  Do Recruiters Really Ignore Those Without Jobs?
by Kimberly Schneiderman - Jun, 2010
Chances are you saw this Yahoo! article: finance.yahoo.com/news/Outofwork-job-applicants-told-cnnm and panicked - especially if you are an unemployed job seeker in a tough industry. So what can you do? After all, NYC is already the toughest place live and work - and now you have this to think about? My advice is to take the article with a grain of salt. While the information is pretty discouraging and employers do have a lo...
 
  Make A Plan For Your Job Hunt
by Miriam Salpeter - Jun, 2010
Today, I spoke to a client. He mentioned that, since he had decided to hire me and we had a plan in place to move forward, he felt much better about his job search plans and not so hurried or hectic. I told him I thought that was a great topic for a blog post! Do you find that just having a plan makes it easier to think about a big task? Sometimes, making the plan work involves partnering with an expert. I am a big proponen...
 
  Can’t Find A Job...Now What?
by Amanda Guralski - Jun, 2010
After four or five years, you have accomplished the big prize—your college degree! Graduation—a day in your life that you have looked forward to since you started your post-secondary education. As you relish the idea of no more studying, no more tests and most importantly no more homework you wonder . . . what’s next? If you are part of the select few that have a career position lined up already, you already know the satisfact...
 
  Questions To Ask At The End of The Interview
by Amanda Guralski - Jun, 2010
You’ve impressed with your resume and here you sit with the interviewer. You’re nearing the end of the interview. You start reflecting on how well the conversation flowed, the great answers you gave to the questions, and you’re thinking, I totally am perfect for this position! Then the interviewer asks whether you have any questions. This is your moment so seize it! Finish strong. Even though your pulse is racing and you fe...
 
  Who Quits Their Job in This Economy?
by Barbara Safani - Jun, 2010
According to the most recent report released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, more employees left their jobs voluntarily in March (1.9M) than were laid off (1.8M). You may be wondering why so many are quitting their jobs in what is still a volatile economy, but the reality is that people quit their jobs despite economic indicators for a variety of reasons. Here are some of the reasons employees tell me they quit their jobs o...
 
  The Littlest Blue Jay
by Julie Walraven - Jun, 2010
One day last week, this little blue jay flew over to my window and perched for a few minutes on my screen. I’ve never seen a baby blue jay before. I believe he was in the middle of flying lessons from his parents and made a wrong turn. Since then, I have seen his brother (or sister) and the littlest blue jay flying around my neighborhood with mom and dad blue jay, practicing short little jaunts from branch to branch, someti...
 
  Upping Your Job Search Flame: Be ‘Needed, Not Needy’
by Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter - Jun, 2010
This summer’s Career Collective heats up with advice to help job seekers boost the flame under their job search efforts. In collaboration with my partner, Miriam Salpeter, I’m delighted to participate in this monthly blogging initiative. Sometimes the best way to ‘heat up’ a cold job search is to slow down and thaw. In your job search, have you poured yourself into an ice maker mold, to be left cold, shivering, resembling t...
 
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