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  Best Time to Job Search
by Debra Wheatman - Dec, 2011
I had a friend who was always starting a new exercise program, right after the (fill in the blank) holiday, right after the (fill in the blank) party, or when the weather gets (select: cooler, warmer). Alright, that friend could be me. The point is that if you analyze it, there is always very compelling rationale to delay what we know is best for us. The same applies to your job search. There is often a good reason to delay...
 
  Desperate for your dream job? – Know when to stop drilling
by Hallie Crawford - Dec, 2011
My career coaching clients tell me all the time, they want to define their passion and define it as specifically as possible so they can then go out there and find the right job. This idea makes sense right? We all want to know what our dream job is. I help them drill down as far as possible in order to figure this out, but what I’ve found over the years of doing this as a career coach is that you also need to know when to sto...
 
  Getting Ready Now for Job Search 2012
by Debra Wheatman - Dec, 2011
It is easy to dream up excuses around holiday time and tell yourself you will start your new job search after January 1st, but the holidays are actually an excellent time to make preparations for the New Year so you can hit the ground running. During the holiday season, most people have a little more personal time at home, away from the prying eyes of their employers. In order to prepare for a thorough and comprehensive jo...
 
  How to network and job search when you have a job
by Miriam Salpeter - Dec, 2011
How can you actively job search and network, even when you are already over-scheduled and employed in a full-time job? As one of Quintessential Careers Career Masterminds, I contributed responses to this and other questions they asked as part of their anniversary celebration. Here is my answer: Looking for a job is a full-time job itself. When you already have a full-time job, it’s even more important to leverage socia...
 
  What are QR Codes and How Can They Help Your Job Search?
by Barbara Safani - Dec, 2011
I’m always on the prowl for new tools to help market my clients effectively. A leading-edge marketing strategy can help differentiate you in a crowded market and get your phone to ring more frequently. Lately I’ve been fascinated with the growing use of the QR code. QR (quick response) codes are currently one of the hottest trends in marketing. They’re popping up everywhere, including product packaging, business cards, sig...
 
  What’s Driving Your Career?
by Beverly Harvey - Nov, 2011
Is it your personal vision, passions, and innate talents … or is it uncertainty, confusion or even desperation? Are you clear about the type of position that would be intrinsically fulfilling … or are you willing to accept whatever you can get? When you hear the words personal vision, passion, drive, and innate talents what emotions do you feel? Energy, excitement, enthusiasm, curiosity, hope? Do you feel like you want to g...
 
  Obama’s American Jobs Act: Job Seekers Should Target Small Businesses
by Alexandra Levit - Nov, 2011
On Thursday, September 8, President Barack Obama asked Congress to approve a nearly half-trillion-dollar plan called the American Jobs Act, which seeks to bolster the economy by cutting payroll taxes for employers and employees, aiding the long-term unemployed, and improving the country’s physical infrastructure. Most notable, in my opinion, is the $65 billion designated to encourage small businesses to hire more workers....
 
  The Positions Are Out There, But Job Seekers Don't Fit the Bill
by Alexandra Levit - Nov, 2011
I talk to job seekers every day, and they have strikingly similar attitudes. They feel frustrated that the market remains so poor. Whether they are at junior, mid-, or senior levels, they find that the jobs just aren’t out there. And I, as a career advisor, am in the unenviable position of telling them that they’re wrong. In fact, many organizations are hiring in droves. Much as job seekers would like to think the problem...
 
  Does Your LinkedIn Profile Serve as a Good Resume Supplement?
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Nov, 2011
A job search can easily move at a fast pace; so fast, in fact, that we don’t consider the importance of the steps we take in the process. This can be true of searching for jobs, writing resumes and cover letters, and even choosing the companies to which we submit. LinkedIn has quickly become an amazing tool, aiding job seekers in finding employment thanks to its networking facilities. But it can serve as a great way to su...
 
  Don’t Submit Your Entry-Level Resume without Showcasing
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Nov, 2011
Every good resume comes with basic components to lure in hiring managers, and they are especially useful for you when writing an entry-level resume. But what are those components? Here are a few to consider: Career Summary You may wonder how you can summarize your career if it’s been a short one in your field. Well, just because you’re an entry-level candidate in your field doesn’t mean you’ve never worked or don’t ha...
 
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