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  9 Ways Your Public Library Can Enhance Your Job Search
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Jul, 2012
As the Internet age continues to flourish, the public library increasingly seems to be one of the most overlooked and underutilized vehicles for job seeking. Ironically, it remains as one of the best resources for finding job opportunities. Don’t believe it? Here are nine great ways in which your public library can enhance your job search. 1. Free Job Hunting Books The public library is an amazing resource for the most...
 
  Job Seekers: It’s Time to Conduct a Google Self-Check
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Jul, 2012
It’s no secret that most job seekers don’t fully understand how involved a job search really is. It’s far more in-depth than simply looking for a job, sending in an application and resume and waiting for an interview callback. For instance, did you know that, according to an ExecuNet survey, 77 percent of recruiters use search engines to learn about candidates? This means, it’s up to you to ensure recruiters and employers...
 
  Organizing Your Executive Job Seeking Network
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Jul, 2012
It’s no secret that networking is one of the most critical aspects of executive job seeking. While the standard approach to securing a job—sending in an application, cover letter, and resume—does work, a large percentage of executives find their positions through networking connections. The best way to ensure you get the most out of your networking experience is to keep close tabs on your current networking buddies, along...
 
  Your LinkedIn Profile Photo Is More Critical to Your Job Search Than Ever!
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Jul, 2012
A recent study conducted by The Ladders proves that your LinkedIn profile is a critical consideration of your prospect as a candidate for employment. I’ve often wondered how profile photos could affect someone’s job search efforts on LinkedIn. Especially since we don’t include photos on resumes—and mostly because they can be cause for discrimination. In theory, doesn’t the same apply for LinkedIn profiles? An unprofessiona...
 
  Don’t assume too much during your job search
by Miriam Salpeter - Jul, 2012
How much are you assuming people already know or understand about you? A radio ad gives a good reminder about how important it is to make yourself clear! There used to be a radio advertisement running on one of the stations I listen to regularly. It’s an ad for “the beaches of South Walton” and hopes to inspire listeners to vacation there. The problem is, the ad’s writers assumed a lot about the audience when they created...
 
  Are You Pinteresting?
by Debra Wheatman - Jul, 2012
Are you active on Pinterest, yet? If not, you may be missing a valuable way to enhance your career and have fun in the process. Pinterest.com is a virtual bulletin board where members pin graphics that they’ve virtually “torn” from various websites. Think of it as an old-fashioned idea book or collage of favorite things. The site itself has done a terrific job of explaining how to get started, so I won’t waste space here...
 
  4 New Job Search Tools to Check Out in 2012
by Joshua Waldman - Jul, 2012
The year 2012 seems to be the year of innovation around the job search. They say great inventions come when people find a better way to solve a problem. Others say laziness is the mother of all invention. But I say that great innovations happen when millions of Americans are out of work and finding a job sucks. So in honor of America’s comeback, here are four of my favorite innovations so far this year. Meeteor.com...
 
  Checklists for Your Job Search
by Georgia Adamson - Jul, 2012
Whether or not you consider yourself a well-organized person, it’s likely that adopting a relatively organized approach to your current or next job search will produce worthwhile benefits. The process of finding and capturing a new job has become more and more complex in recent years, and that trend appears likely to continue into the future–possibly even at a faster rate than it has done in the past. Unless you have an encycl...
 
  What’s your excuse? “I don’t have time …”
by Dawn Bugni - Jul, 2012
Today I tweeted: #Jobseekers: If you don’t make yourself a priority, no one else will. Won’t “find” & can’t “make” time. DEDICATE time to reach your goals. "Whatever Clock" from uncommongoods.com after a caller shared with me they: hated their current job, needed a resume to launch a new search, but “didn’t have time” to work on a new resume or search for a new position. (“Couldn’t they just send me what they had...
 
  Bad Job Search Experience: Ignored by Employers
by Georgia Adamson - Jul, 2012
Conducting a job search is hard enough if you get an acknowledgment when you submit your resume for an open position and then don’t hear anything more after that. Not getting any response at all from the employer adds insult to the injury. You probably realize, if you think about it logically, that companies can receive a huge volume of resumes when they advertise a position. However, you also probably can’t help thinking, “Th...
 
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