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Monthly Archives: July 2012

7 Habits of Highly Effective Job Seekers

Tweet “7 Habits of Highly Effective People” is a classic and highly recommended book, for anyone looking for an increased sense of purpose, efficiency and effectiveness.  The principles in the book apply in the workplace, at home, in school and to job search.   Each of the seven habits has very direct applications and relevancy to [...]

Video Friday: Using Keywords in Resumes

Tweet There’s a lot of debate concerning keywords and whether or not they can help you with your job search. This video explores the ways you can use keywords to your advantage.

Avoiding Pre-Interview Faux Pas

Tweet Imagine this: A friend is picking you up for an outing, but shows up 20 minutes early. You’re not ready. Maybe you’re busy with something else. But your friend has arrived and you feel compelled to drop everything and rush to get ready. That’s how an interviewer feels if you show up 20 minutes [...]

Don’t Ignore Smaller Companies in Your Job Search

Tweet Job seekers often focus their efforts on large firms with name recognition and, in the process, ignore smaller younger companies. However, by doing so, they are eliminating some good options. While looking for a job, you want to broaden your horizons and target a wide range of employers in your field of interest, regardless [...]

Video Friday: Sharing Accomplishments on Your Resume

Tweet You know your experience is an important part of resume, but are you utilizing those experiences to the fullest? In today’s video blog we talk about how to use your experiences on your resume to demonstrate your true value to a company. 

Debugging Your E-mail Communication

Stories of email snafus during job search and advice on how to have clear email communications.

Video Friday: Your Online Reputation

Tweet Is your online reputation costing you job opportunities? In today’s video, Jobfully Vice President Carrie Krueger explains how to make sure everything potential employers discover about you online is positive.

What Does Your Resume Convey in 6 Seconds?

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. [...]

Transition from Being a Big Company Employee to Working at a Startup (Part 2 of 2)

Tweet A couple of weeks ago, I attended a talk by Bryan Starbuck (on Twitter @BryanStarbuck), a serial tech startup entrepreneur and a former Microsoft Engineering Manager, about how to transition from a big company (Microsoft, Google, Amazon, etc.) employee to a career at startups.  Bryan provided great insights and practical advice for people interested in [...]

Tips for Navigating a Career Transition

Tweet Today our guest blogger is Amy Nicole. Amy is a freelance writer for Incepture, a Florida based staffing agency serving Tampa, Orlando, Jacksonville and Miami.  You can follow Incepture on Twitter @incepture. In February 2009, I received my pink slip. I had just started my job five months prior, uprooting my life in Florida [...]

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