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  New Job Market – Are You Prepared?
by Louise Garver - Dec, 2012
As an executive you may have experienced many changes in the job market over the years. Predictions have been formulating for some time now about big changes in careers and the traditional workforce. The experts forecast an exponential growth in the number of self-employed, independent service firms, solopreneuers, and temporary workers by 2020 with 40% or 65 million people who will not work in traditional jobs as we know the...
 
  No College Degree? Job Search Tip
by Georgia Adamson - Dec, 2012
If you currently lack a college degree and are finding your job search a challenge as a result, you are probably not alone. You might also not find that fact particularly comforting! “Misery loves company” is a well-known saying, but its usefulness in your job search is zero. Knowing you are not alone in a sinking boat won’t improve your odds of surviving, much less thriving. Job Search Tip for Determined Job Seekers I...
 
  Freshen Your Executive Bio
by Kris Plantrich - Dec, 2012
Many executives find their next job with a biography. An executive biography is a different format than a resume. They are generally written in full paragraph form rather than in bullet statements, but an executive bio can make you memorable and can be full of punch if written correctly. An executive bio is more flexible than a resume. You can carry hard copies with you to carry around with you to job interviews, job fairs...
 
  Came in 2nd Again?
by Sherri Edwards - Dec, 2012
How many times have you really knocked yourself out with extensive preparation for an interview or a proposal and learned you came in “Number 2”? It may only have been because the other candidate or company had a desired credential or specific experience you couldn’t match and the employer was forced to choose. Don’t let all your effort go to waste, especially if your research tells you that you really are a great fit for a...
 
  Does Your Brand Match the Promise?
by Sherri Edwards - Dec, 2012
Many people seem to believe networking is only about visibility, i.e., the more people that know of you, the more successful you are. Visibility to a targeted audience may come through a dressed up LinkedIn profile, personal website, Facebook page, resume or through conversation (blog, group post or in person), but it doesn’t automatically result in “relationship”. Nor does visibility necessarily lead to an accurate represent...
 
  I Don't Know What I Want, But This Ain't Doing It
by Thomas J. Denham - Dec, 2012
Are you getting what you want out of life? Do you really know what you want? Are you so caught up in the “busy”-ness of mere day to day living that you sometimes feel you are achieving empty victories? Have you ever asked yourself whether or not you have a clear sense of direction and purpose that inspires and energizes you? Or are you uncertain about what you really want out of life and a career? You are not alone. Un...
 
  When Routines Replace Common Sense
by Sherri Edwards - Dec, 2012
Every couple of years, my husband and I get in a debate about the term “common sense”. I believe common sense is something people either have or don’t, and he believes that it revolves around skills that are learned. Regardless of wherever it comes from, the question still remains: why don’t more people use it? Each week I receive communications from people that are in dire straits financially. Most have waited more than...
 
  5 Steps to SuperCharging Your Job Search
by John Crant - Dec, 2012
It’s going to be a tough Job Market for the foreseeable future, so we can’t just ‘do the same thing’ and expect different results: We Have To Change! In my Self-Recruiter® Lecture Series on Job Search and Career Management, I often ask those in the audience about the challenges that they are facing; the results that they are getting (or not); and about how it leaves them feeling. No surprise in the results categories. Many...
 
  How to Engage Hiring Managers Using Social Media
by Joshua Waldman - Dec, 2012
You’ve probably figured out by now that seeking work through job boards can give you mixed results. I’ve heard some experts claim that for every job opening on a job board, an average of 300 people are submitting résumés to that same job. To make matters even more frustrating, the longer you wait to reply, the less chance you have of getting considered. In a conversation I had with a local business owner, he said tha...
 
  Job Search 2013: Not for the Faint of Heart
by Georgia Adamson - Dec, 2012
Based on what we have been seeing over the past year–and more–job search in 2013 will not be for the faint of heart. If you want or need to plan and conduct a job search next year, you will need to have several things, not the least of which is enough determination to overcome the numerous obstacles that could and possibly will pop up to block your path to a new job or career. To quote Mr. William Shakespeare: “Our doubt...
 
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