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  10 Smart Things New Grads Should Do to Get a Job
by Miriam Salpeter - Apr, 2012
Job seekers, particularly those just finishing school, have a lot more control over their situations than they acknowledge. Even in a competitive economy, there are steps to take to help land a new job successfully. Check these off your list to get on the road to job search success: 1. Apply for the right jobs. Study job descriptions and highlight the parts describing you. If, when you're done, most of the description isn't...
 
  How to Get from College to Career: Advice from Lindsey Pollak
by Alexandra Levit - Apr, 2012
My good friend Lindsey Pollak recently released a terrific new edition of her well-loved book, Getting from College to Career. In the midst of the craziness of having a new book and baby, she generously shared some thoughts about what college grads can do to improve their careers in 2012: What made you decide to do a new edition at this time? We’re living in a time of such rapid change in the world of business and c...
 
  Three Tips to Avoid the Dreaded Job Search Blues
by Cathy Eng - Apr, 2012
Ask any person who has been out of work for more than a few months and they will all agree that remaining positive is quite possibly the toughest part of unemployment – especially when they’ve been diligently searching for work. Even the most optimistic people need a boost sometimes and everyone can benefit from people who have been in their shoes. So, I’ve reached out to a few of those professionals who know a thing or tw...
 
  What is the Key to Finding Joy in a Job You Hate?
by Cathy Eng - Apr, 2012
I was listening to a popular morning talk show on the radio the other day and something someone said struck me (and is still staying with me a week later). When the host asked a caller what he had planned for the day, the caller answered begrudgingly, “Man, they’ve got me drivin’ these trucks.” His answer was dripping with self-pity and resentment of his plight. Immediately and without hesitation, the host chimed in, “Nobody h...
 
  Advice for first-time job seekers
by Miriam Salpeter - Apr, 2012
As graduation approaches, many young job seekers are wondering how they can land an opportunity in this very challenging job market. Lindsey Pollak, a recognized expert on next-generation career trends, recently released a new edition of her terrific book, Getting from College to Career. Lindsey graciously agreed to answer some questions to help new professions get “from college to career.” In this first of a two-part series,...
 
  Chasing job search butterflies
by Dawn Bugni - Apr, 2012
Every summer in Southeastern North Carolina, we experience a proliferation of yellow butterflies. {My ex (the organic farmer) called them cabbage lopers butterflies. I’m not sure that’s the correct species; for our purposes, yellow butterflies suffices.} They are everywhere. I can look out the window sometimes and count twenty or thirty dancing around the yard on a summer afternoon. Now. If I were to burst out the back...
 
  How to spice up your job search today!
by Hallie Crawford - Apr, 2012
A key element to spicing up your job search is to ask for information. After working with many career coaching clients recently, I’m finding that people aren’t using the right networking strategy for their job search. Here are some key tips to spice up your job search: Informational interviews are resonating and helpful in your jobs search. Talk to the people in your network who work in an industry you want to be part of....
 
  Online Missteps Can Hurt Your Career and Job Search Success
by Georgia Adamson - Apr, 2012
I’ve written before about the need to be careful about what you post online–in any forum, social media site, etc.–because of the potentially harmful effect it can have on your career and/or job search success. I’ve also noted that you need to be aware of what others might be saying about you online, because sometimes you aren’t the one posting the possibly damaging information. Now comes yet another beating of that drum, in th...
 
  3 Great Activities to Keep Your Job Search Moving – And They’re Not Job Search Related!
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Mar, 2012
Sometimes job searches can wear on a person’s motivation to keep moving forward, especially if the search has lasted for weeks or months. While qualifications, as well as resumes and cover letters make a huge difference in whether you’ll be hired, your attitude also matters. If you’re getting tired of looking for jobs, your positive demeanor could turn negative in the wrong environment (i.e., the interview). To maintain...
 
  4 Job Search Alternatives to Applying Online
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Mar, 2012
The process of job seeking has nearly turned upside-down over the past decade thanks to the Internet and changes that have accompanied newer technology. One of the major adjustments we’ve witnessed is the manner in which employers accept applications. Primarily, companies require candidates to submit applications via their online systems to improve convenience for all parties involved. But believe it or not, if you’re seri...
 
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