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Everyone knows a job seeker needs a resume. But there’s another job search tool – a tool kit, actually – that’s just as important. Even before you prepare your resume, start developing a list of accomplishments or “success stories” that illustrate your experience, skills and strengths. You won’t show this to employers, but you’ll use […]Continue reading
If you haven’t worked in a while, it can be hard to convince employers that you’re ready and able to jump back in. It seems odd and unfair that employers question the “employability” of someone who has been out of work for a couple of years, or even six months. Don’t they understand that “life […]Continue reading
DG5XF7K5RB87 Everyone feels down sometimes, but persistent feelings of discouragement make job search that much harder. One or more of the following may help. If you don’t already have several good recommendations in your LinkedIn profile, request some today from past bosses, direct reports, business partners and other business contacts, or from professors or instructors […]Continue reading
Applying for a job? It helps to be referred in by an existing employee, but if you don’t know anyone there, why would they refer you? Many larger companies have employee referral programs in which employees can get a cash reward for referring someone. The trick is to find someone in the company who will […]Continue reading
Is your networking not working? (Or not happening at all?) You’ve heard that networking is crucial when you’re looking for a new job, but you may not feel that it can really work for you. In my previous posts I’ve presented a networking method that has been proven effective by thousands of smart job seekers. […]Continue reading
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