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Monthly Archives: June 2012

Bringing Life to a “Dead End” Internship

Does your internship feel like a dead-end that is taking you nowhere? Here is how to make the most of it and use it to get the experience you need to get a job.

Repairing and Building Your Online Reputation

Tweet “The End of Forgetting” is a perfect way to signify today’s new reality of how difficult it is to retract information about and photos of yourself from the web. Many articles have discussed in-depth the issues of reputation and privacy. For job seekers, this topic is extremely relevant as the vast majority of recruiters are now using online tools to research [...]

Using Conversation Marketing When Networking

Can you really market yourself by chatting with someone? Absolutely. Here are some great tips for presenting yourself positively at networking events.

Top 10 “Rookie Job Hunter” Realizations

Tweet Today our guest blogger is Matt Youngquist. Matt is the President of Career Horizons, serving Northwest individuals and organizations dealing with the unique challenges of job hunting and employment transition.  Matt is a recognized expert in the field of career coaching, job hunting, and professional employment counseling.  You can follow him on Twitter @mattyoungquist. [...]

Video Friday: Face Time for Job Seekers

Tweet Face to face meetings are an important part of a successful job search. In today’s Friday Video, Jobfully’s Carrie Krueger explains why and tells how to get the most out of in person meetings.

Resume Make-over: Returning to the Workforce

Tweet Karen had an amazing resume with a lot of significant professional experience. The problem is, all of her experience is from over 15 years ago.  Like many women, Karen had a robust and successful career before taking time off to raise kids.  With her children in her teens, she is ready to return to [...]

LinkedIn: Better Late Than Never

Think you missed the golden window for joining LinkedIn? It’s not too late – how joining now can help your job search.

What to Do When You Don’t Know What You Want to Do

You may have the degree, but do you know what to do with it? How to start a career when you don’t know what you want to do.

Keywords: What They Are and How to Use Them

Tweet One of the biggest tricks to being “found” by recruiters is to make your resume and online profile keyword-rich. If you’re a bit baffled by the term, you’re not alone. Keywords can be a source of confusion to the point where they are sometimes just ignored by job seekers. Ignoring them may mean your [...]

Should My LinkedIn and Resume be Different?

Your resume and LinkedIn profile share a lot of similar content, but should they be the same? What to include and exclude to make the most of both.

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