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  Career change – Top tips for a successful transition
by Louise Garver - Feb, 2012
The facts are clear. Over the last decade, executives want a career change because they are dissatisfied with their job / industry, unhappy with salary, insecure about longevity of job, work in an obsolete industry, or a victim of corporate downsizing. Maybe you are among nearly 50% of job seekers rethinking their career path. A recent Today show segment focused on Marla Romash, who after an amazing career in politics felt...
 
  How To Make Yourself Three Times More Likely to Get Hired
by Arthur Frank - Jan, 2012
Research done by the executive search industry has shown that the first person interviewed gets the job only 17.6 percent of the time. But the last person interviewed is hired almost 56 percent of the time, or more than three times more frequently. The reason: As in most human endeavors, people are wary of accepting the first choice offered. Therefore, do what you can to position yourself among the last candidates intervie...
 
  How to Stand out from the Crowd in a Competitive Market
by Frank Traditi - Jan, 2012
To stand out from the crowd, conduct your job search like a marketing campaign. The traditional picture of job-seeking is that you look for open positions posted somewhere and follow a formal application procedure to be considered for them. But with thousands of job-seekers applying for only those positions that are advertised, the competition can be overwhelming. The only way to beat the odds and the competition is to a...
 
  How to get a job: whose back do you have?
by Miriam Salpeter - Jan, 2012
Last night, President Obama delivered the State of the Union address. He spoke a lot about jobs and getting people back to work, but that is not what inspired this post. The President spoke about a mission — and about being able to get something — something BIG — done, because you know someone has your back. This was the end of the speech: “One of my proudest possessions is the flag that the SEAL Team took with them on the...
 
  12 Things Skilled Hourly Jobseekers Need to Know About a Company
by Marcia Robinson - Jan, 2012
I was working with a skilled hourly jobseeker whose deli job ends in March. The supermarket chain where this jobseeker worked for eight years has been sold to a competitor and his location is one of the three to be closed by the new owners. I encouraged him to get started on a new job search right away, especially with a completely new chain of supermarkets, opening this spring a few miles away. In conversation with this s...
 
  21st Century Jobs for Chemistry Majors
by Marcia Robinson - Jan, 2012
There are plenty of job opportunities for college students who are Chemistry majors. Education experts has put the word out that America is behind other countries in producing graduates in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) areas. In response, the President and industry groups have called on colleges to graduate 10,000 more engineers a year and 100,000 new teachers with majors in STEM - science, techno...
 
  8 Technician and Technologist Jobs for the 21st Century
by Marcia Robinson - Jan, 2012
The role of the technician and technologist continues to evolve and the Department of Labor is projecting strong growth in the number of job opportunities in these occupations over the next decade. Many Technician and Technologist jobs typically require an associate's degree for education and training. This means that interested professionals could be in one of these careers in about 2 years. Automotive Specialty Technic...
 
  5 Job Search Skills for New Vo-Tech Grads
by Marcia Robinson - Jan, 2012
Many Vo-Tech programs do a really phenomenal job of preparing students in the classroom for their new jobs after vocational training program. Although many Vo-Tech schools also provide career and job search assistance, many Vo-Tech grads really don't master the job search skills they need to sell themselves. A successful job search strategy for new Vo-Tech grads should focus on these 5 job search skills if they want to launch...
 
  Dos and Don’ts for Parents of College Students Seeking a Job or Internship
by Marcia Robinson - Jan, 2012
A recent survey by the staffing firm, Office Team, demonstrated the increasingly intrusive role that some parents are playing in the job search of their adult or college age children. When executives were asked to share the most unusual or surprising behavior they had heard of or witnessed from the parent of a job seeker, here were some of their responses: •A parent called a politician to push me to hire his son. •Someone...
 
  Is Your Online Reputation Ruining Your Job Search?
by Tai Goodwin - Jan, 2012
It’s no longer just your resume and references you have to worry about during your job search. You may have a dozen letters that give you a glowing recommendation, but one less than favorable item from a social networking account or Google search could create a roadblock in your job search. With the massive influence of the web, wise job seekers realize the importance of managing their online reputation. In this post, I inter...
 
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