WHAT I WRITE ABOUT: ‘Finding New Job’

10 Secrets To A More Purposeful Job Search

Job search is tough for a lot of reasons. It’s hard on the brain, challenges your pride and comes with significant financial challenges. So it’s time for a purposeful job search. But many of you are making it harder than necessary. You are inefficient. Spending time on the wrong things. And wasting vital opportunities to differentiate […]

Monday, July 8th, 2013

3 Reasons Why Summer IS A Great Time To Job Search

This is a guest blog post by Lisa Rangel about your summer job search. Nervous about your summer job search? I hung up the phone with a client yesterday who said, “I am expecting the job search to be slow during the summer.” This struck a chord for me, since when I recruited, I found my […]

Wednesday, July 3rd, 2013

4 Steps To Getting Your Network To Say Yes To An Interview

This is a guest blog post by Kristin Johnson.  Savvy job seekers know networking is essential to shortening a job search. The thinking is that it’s easier to get hired when your interviewer knows, likes, and trusts you. How do we know this to be true? Are employers really open to hiring people they meet […]

Tuesday, July 2nd, 2013

6 Tips Boomers Can Use To Create Revenue

This is a guest blog post by Randy Block about baby boomer income tips. By now we know that the economic recovery is so painstakingly slow that it is nearly imperceptible. On when a significant recovery will occur, estimates range from “soon” to the somewhat pessimistic 2020. So how old will you be in 2020? The season […]

Monday, July 1st, 2013

4 Sources For Job Leads You Should Consider

This is a guest blog post by Sharon Hamersley about job lead sources. It seems that at least once a week I read an article or hear something on the radio that goes like this: “Jane Jobseeker has been out of work for over six months and is doing everything she can to secure employment. Jane, […]

Friday, June 21st, 2013

Thank Every Employer When Leaving A Job

This is a guest post by Dawn Rasmussen encouraging you to thank your employer when leaving a job. Thank you notes matter. Even when leaving a job. For most people, they leave a company because they’ve accepted work at another employer. For others, they are either let go, laid off, or perhaps, the company goes under. […]

Wednesday, June 5th, 2013

A Few Hiring Manager’s Tricks Revealed And They Are Sneaky

This is a guest post by Corey Harlock about hiring manager tricks. Some people believe that the hiring process is designed to showcase yourself. Even more believe that a resume is a creative writing exercise that you can use to separate yourself from the competition. The truth is… neither is true. There are hiring manager tricks […]

Monday, May 27th, 2013

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