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  Before You Can Walk the Walk, You Better Be Able to Talk the Talk
by Debra Wheatman - Oct, 2012
So, you want to change verticals; financial services is no longer your cup of tea -- maybe you are thinking of moving to a role in healthcare. Or maybe you spent your whole life working in engineering and think it might be good idea to work for an investment bank. Certainly, it is not uncommon to change jobs or industries multiple times throughout your professional career. But, you better make sure you can talk the talk as wel...
 
  Ask the Career Coach: "How Exactly Do I Set up an Informational Interview?"
by Heather Mundell - Oct, 2012
Informational interviews aren't just for college students and recent grads - they're still a fantastic way to research a field or a company. As long as you are just meeting to get information and aren't asking for a job, people are usually willing to say yes to a request if their schedule permits. Here are my tips for setting up an informational interview: Send an email or call them In many industries, voice mail i...
 
  What to Do When You're Overwhelmed by Too Many Career Ideas
by Heather Mundell - Oct, 2012
Many of the people who hire me as their coach aren't struggling with a lack of career options. Rather they are stuck because they have too many ideas and don't know where to start to narrow them down. This reminds me of a story a friend of mine told me who moved from the U.S. to New Zealand for a year. She lived in a town in New Zealand where the local store had four kinds of cereal, two kinds of soap, one kind of lettuce -...
 
  Senior Job Seekers are Least Prepared to Fill Open Positions
by Alexandra Levit - Oct, 2012
According to the second annual Job Preparedness Indicator research study, released today by the Career Advisory Board established by DeVry University, senior-level job seekers are the least prepared to fill available positions in today's market. One-in-five hiring managers say that few senior candidates have the right mix of skills and traits to serve their needs, and in particular are lacking in higher-order abilities such a...
 
  Simple Ways To Make It Easy For Recruiters To Find You Online
by Michelle Dumas - Oct, 2012
In these difficult economic times, seeking a job or a job change is perhaps more challenging than ever. There are more qualified candidates than available jobs, meaning that recruiters have deep talent pools from which to choose applicants they can confidently forward to their clientele. If you are someone looking to modify your current career circumstances, how can you attract the attention of those recruiters active in yo...
 
  How to Recover from "Success Amnesia"
by Heather Mundell - Oct, 2012
Do you have "success amnesia"? Is it much easier for you to recall your mistakes and what's gone wrong than it is for you to remember your successes? If so, most of us can relate. We humans are supremely adept at remembering, noticing and imagining everything negative. The good stuff? It flashes brightly for a moment and then is gone. Our positive experiences leave a weaker imprint on our minds than negative. We're als...
 
  Want to Change Jobs? 3 Essential Steps to Actually Doing It
by Heather Mundell - Oct, 2012
If you're researching your next possible job or engaged in an all-out job search, you've no doubt become familiar with your favorite procrastination techniques. I get it. Even though the idea of working somewhere else doing something else is really exciting, the process of getting there is, well, not so fun. Setting up informational interviews? Reconnecting with old co-workers? Searching online for salary data? I know you'...
 
  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...
 
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