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  Is Your Executive Resume Placing You Among the Top-6 Candidates?
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Apr, 2011
When sifting through executive resumes, many hiring managers decide that they will choose six candidates to interview for a position. Of course, this number fluctuates depending on the circumstances, but for many companies, six is the magic number. So how can you increase your chances of becoming one of the top six candidates—those who are most likely to be called in for an interview? Make No Mistakes on the Resume A...
 
  Should Job Seekers Follow Up After an Interview?
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Apr, 2011
Clients often ask us if they should follow up after an interview. There can be a lot of doubt and confusion about whether following up is a proper job search strategy. But the answer is: YES! The majority of candidates will never follow up after an interview. I would say that for every ten people I’ve interviewed, only one has followed up after the interview. Job seekers as a whole underestimate the effectiveness and...
 
  What is a Master Resume?
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Apr, 2011
What is a Master Resume? When applying for multiple jobs, many job seekers find themselves at a strange crossroads: They know they need to create unique resumes for each job but are tired of recreating similar documents over and over. If you find yourself in this predicament, you might want to consider a master resume. The Basics of the Master Resume A master resume is a document that functions as a source to help yo...
 
  Go On Job Interviews to Get Started With Your Job Search
by Hallie Crawford - Apr, 2011
When I start the coaching process with a new client, I am often asked, “when can I start applying for new jobs and looking for new opportunities?” I typically ask them to wait a few weeks until we’ve gotten into the meat of our ideal career program, but tell them they don’t have to wait very long. Looking for job openings in your possible new field of interest will help you learn about the industry and what is out there. Th...
 
  Job search advice from recruiters
by Miriam Salpeter - Apr, 2011
Last week, I was a guest at an iRelaunch Return-to-Work Conference in Atlanta. It is always a pleasure to have a chance to hear from recruiters, and, in this case, also from a number of women who returned to work after taking some time off. Carol Fishman Cohen and Vivian Steir Rabin, the co-founders of iRelaunch and authors of Back on the Career Track: A Guide for Stay-at-Home Moms Who Want to Return to Work, put together seve...
 
  Finding Balance - Turn Off Your Smart Phone
by Hallie Crawford - Apr, 2011
I read a great article in Newsweek recently about how information overload is paralyzing our ability to make good decisions. It reminded me of a great piece of advice I am always telling my clients about defining their career path. I wanted to share it with you because it's a critical step in identifying your ideal career and finding life balance. Finding your career direction is a process that takes time and effort and a lot...
 
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  GetHired!™ Guide Chapter 4 - Using a T-chart
by GetHired!™ - Apr, 2011
USING A T-CHART You’ve written a resume to function as your “general” communication piece and to post in resume databases, but to get the results you want, you’ll want to customize your resume to each particular open job. This is probably the best advice we can give you, but also the advice that job seekers are most likely to ignore. Why do people ignore our advice to customize their re...
 
  GetHired!™ Guide Chapter 9 - Networking & Job Fairs
by GetHired!™ - Apr, 2011
NETWORKING & JOB FAIRS Depending on your personality, networking may be the easiest or most difficult part of your job search. Either way, it’s an important one. Of course, networking has taken many new forms over the past several years with the rise of online social networks. Keeping connected with your personal network, growing your professional network in person and maintaining an appropria...
 
  GetHired!™
by GetHired!™ - Apr, 2011
Post your resume so employers can find you easily. Employers' top strategies to finding candidates are through online job sites. Start your job search with GetHired!™ utilizing the right resources, tools and services to make it easy. GetHired!™ resources are here to he...
 
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