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  Remain Positive During The Job Hunt
by Linda K. Rolie, M.A., CVC - Oct, 2012
How do you remain positive and keep feelings of hope present during a longer than anticipated period of unemployment? In the book of Psalms 40, King David writes “I waited patiently.” For some, fear is worrying about the future but in the bible we are told to not be afraid 365 times. You must fight discouragement. Fear and faith make poor roommates because one dispels the other. Make up your mind to choose to think affirming t...
 
  Job Hoppers: Advice Before & After You Hop
by Debra Wheatman - Oct, 2012
There are many old adages associated with career success. One that remains true is, “Better to have a job to get a job.” Candidates who are employed fair much better when job-searching. In fact, the longer you are out of work, the more difficult to find work. Recently, Bullhorn Reach conducted a survey of 1,500 recruiters. Recruiters were asked to name the “single biggest obstacle” for a candidate. 39% surveyed named job-...
 
  Scams Targeting the Unemployed
by Debra Wheatman - Oct, 2012
Unfortunately, there are people lurking behind the cover of seemingly legitimate offers. They are ready to steal your money. Often the most vulnerable are the ones targeted by these con artists. Who is more vulnerable that an unemployed person? With the sophistication of today’s technologies and communication methods, an individual with a modest operation can pose as a trustworthy corporation. However, we can outsmart thes...
 
  The Nuances of Job-Seeking While You're Employed
by Miriam Salpeter - Oct, 2012
You may not be surprised to learn the best time to find a job is when you already have a job. Recent ERE.net research shows that some employers consider passive candidates—people not actively looking for work because they're employed—one of the best sources of hires. When you consider that no job is forever, and the fact that the average employee will have between 10 and 15 jobs in a career, it's wise to take action to pos...
 
  The Nuances of Job-Seeking While You're Employed
by Miriam Salpeter - Oct, 2012
You may not be surprised to learn the best time to find a job is when you already have a job. Recent ERE.net research shows that some employers consider passive candidates—people not actively looking for work because they're employed—one of the best sources of hires. When you consider that no job is forever, and the fact that the average employee will have between 10 and 15 jobs in a career, it's wise to take action to pos...
 
  Best & Next Practices in: Executive Resumes, Personal Branding & Executive Job Search
by Jean Cummings - Oct, 2012
Have you been wanting to improve your LinkedIn Profile without tipping off your employer, boss or peers that you are looking? A number of people I talk to are reluctant to fully utilize the potential of LinkedIn for job search for fear of getting questioned or fired by their employer. It's a legitimate concern. Some companies do keep an eye on changes employees make to their profiles and may view them as red flags. So what...
 
  Five Reasons Why You Are Unemployed
by Ozzie Saunds - Oct, 2012
1. You Have a Bad Resume or Cover Letter Having a strong, professional resume strongly enhances your chances of being called for job interviews and is vital to increasing your career opportunities. Many resume services will provide you with free resume critiques and this valuable feedback can be used to improve your resume. If you are in school, visit your career services centre and get free resume advice from a career prof...
 
  Can’t Fail Techniques To Improve The Results of Your Executive Job Search
by Michelle Dumas - Oct, 2012
The jobs picture in the U.S. has been fairly static for quite some time. Despite conflicting claims by politicians as to the reason for high unemployment, they all agree that times are tough, jobs are hard to come by and the unemployment rate will likely stay in the neighborhood of 8 percent for the foreseeable future. For those out of work or looking to change jobs, this is not an environment conducive to a quick change in...
 
  Career Trends Today: What Job Seeking Professionals Need To Know Now
by Michelle Dumas - Oct, 2012
In a battered, slowly recovering economic environment, job seeking probably occurs more frequently than is desirable. While it is useful for qualified professionals to seek improvement of their career status in any economy, current realities have often put people out of work or drawn to a standstill opportunities for advancement. As these conditions slowly change (for the good) and prospects for hiring increase, a number of...
 
  Guaranteed Ways To Get You Motivated and Moving To Land A Job Faster
by Michelle Dumas - Oct, 2012
You get up, go to work, push around some papers, go to lunch, attend some meetings, then go home. Do it all again the next day. Five days a week. You realize that you need something else in your work life, something to inspire you, to challenge you, to make you want to go to work. It can be difficult finding that motivation to search for and land a job that you want, but here are a few tips that can help you in your quest:...
 
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