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  3 Simple Ways to Make Your Resume and Cover Letter Work Together
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Apr, 2011
When writing a resume, your job is not just to write an amazing document but also create an amazing component known as the cover letter. Sometimes job seekers forget that these two documents work together, especially if they’ve written a resume, and are then told at the last minute they need a cover letter. Because the two are intertwined it’s a good idea to make sure that they are indeed working well together. Here are s...
 
  4 Executive Resume Mistakes You Want to Avoid
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Apr, 2011
Working at the executive level doesn’t mean you’re exempt from making mistakes when writing your resume. As a matter of fact, you’re sometimes more likely to make mistakes than lower-level professionals because the executive job search arena can be very different from the professional-level job search. Of course, executives are not allowed to make resume mistakes. It simply cannot happen. So to help you out, take a look...
 
  Hedge Fund Hiring on the Rise
by Barbara Safani - Apr, 2011
According to a recent survey of 313 hedge funds conducted by accounting and consultancy firm Rothstein Kass, 75 percent of respondents expect more funds to launch this year and 60 percent expect fewer closures. The survey suggests that due to increasing allocations from institutional investors, as well as a more stable economic environment, hedge fund managers report the highest level of optimism recorded since the financi...
 
  What is #Hirefriday and How Can You Best Utilize It?
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Apr, 2011
If you’re a fan of Twitter, then you know that there are thousands of hashtags out there, including some you’ve probably made up when having a #slowandboringday. As a job seeker, it’s good to know about ones that relate to finding employment, as they can lead you to amazing opportunities. For instance, some have heard about #hirefriday and wonder how it is best utilized. Let’s take a closer look at this unique hashtag and...
 
  How Job Seekers Can Manage Anger During the Job Search
by Marcia Robinson - Apr, 2011
You have received a notice from an company where you interviewed that stated that the company would not be making a job offer; at least not to you, not at this time. How do you react? Do you immediately go online and bad mouth the company in your Twitter and Facebook pages? Do you send recruiters angry emails? Job seekers who are reacting this way, might need help with managing anger in the job search. A colleague in Human...
 
  Prevent Resume Peril – Prove Your Value
by Mark Puppe - Apr, 2011
Resumes are black holes for time, opportunity and peace of mind. Defective resumes can even drive job searches into the ground. I’ve seen it thousands of times; job seekers (and even professional resume writers) neglecting what employers expect resumes to provide: Proof. Numbers gauge performance and leave little room for misinterpretation; they prove rather than purport your value. In contrast, talking about your talen...
 
  Volunteering: Gain work experience and exposure
by Hallie Crawford - Apr, 2011
Volunteering your time is a great way to get experience in a new career field you haven’t worked in before. What is even better, it’s a wonderful way to give back to your community. One of my group coaching clients sent me this update recently: This Friday is my first scheduled presentation for the North Georgia Goodwill and there are three others later in the month. Next Monday is my first formal speech with the Gwinnett H...
 
  5 Job Search Skills for New College Graduates
by Marcia Robinson - Apr, 2011
A successful job search strategy for new college graduates must include these 5 job search skills. New college graduates who are organized and focused around these 5 job search skills, will net better results than those college graduates who don't have job search plan to launch a career. Job search skill # 1 - Honest Self Evaluation Many new college graduates do not realize how much the success of their job search relie...
 
  Considering a Career Change? Use Free or Low Cost Career Tests
by Marcia Robinson - Apr, 2011
If you find yourself in a job or career that no longer meets your criteria for career success, it might be time for a career change. If you are considering a career change, use free or low cost career tests to help you develop your next career move. Everyone has a list of different criteria for career success. These criteria could include wage levels, workplace power or occupational prestige. Regardless of our personal meas...
 
  Career Transition Tips: Start With You
by Hallie Crawford - Apr, 2011
I hear so often from my career coaching clients that they just fell into their current career, or it is the career they thought they “should” pursue; sometimes it’s a just career that someone else suggested to them so they tried it out. The common theme here is people aren’t pro-actively choosing their career path. They aren’t spending quality time thinking about it. Instead they’re reacting to circumstance, to what someone el...
 
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