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Video Friday: Working with Recruiters

Tweet How can you tell if a recruiter is good? Video Friday offers quick tips for finding and working with the best recruiters.

Video Friday: Efficient Job Searching from Home

Tweet Job seekers are sometimes challenged by the distractions of working from home. In today’s video, three quick tips for efficiency, when your job is looking for a job and your office is your house.

Interview Fail: Signs Your Interview is Not Going Well

Tweet Most job seekers have had the experience of coming out of an interview feeling it went great, only to learn later that it did not. There are ways to tell an interview is not going well, and ways to correct on the spot in hopes of a better outcome.

Job Search Magic Combination: Optimism and Action

Tweet A positive mindset is critical to job search success.  Optimism and confidence come through in every job search related communication and interaction, from networking to cover letters to interviewing.  The winning combination is optimism coupled with action.

Handling Rejection

Tweet Virtually every job search involves rejection.  It’s typical to apply and interview for many jobs before finding a great match and getting hired.  While it’s not fun to be turned down, it is an opportunity to grow. It’s ideal if you can get direct feedback about why you were not selected. Here are some [...]

Using Your Network in Your Job Search

Tweet Networking is one of the most important pieces of a successful job search.  It’s vital to grow your network.  But a large network has to be used wisely and strategically to support your job search. Here are the key places to activate your network to generate success:

Are You Spending Enough Time on Your Job Search?

Tweet Job seekers often ask “How much time should I spend each day on my job search?” There is no one right answer, but suffice to say the amount of time you spend making strategic efforts directly correlates to your results.  If you put in the bare minimum, such as just enough to collect unemployment [...]

Troubleshooting Tuesday: Are You Spending Your Time on the Wrong Things?

Tweet The old saying “Time is money” may seem irrelevant to job seekers. After all, you’re not getting paid to look for work. Yet time out of work equals lost income, so how you spend your job search time has great financial impact.  Today on Troubleshooting Tuesday, a look at whether you’re spending your time [...]

Troubleshooting Tuesday: Why Aren’t You Making Progress?

Tweet Troubleshooting your job search is a sure fire way to figure out what is working, and fix what is not. But what if you’ve addressed your networking, resume, interviewing skills and more, but are not making the progress you would like? It could be your job search is stalling around how you focus your [...]

Baseball’s Lessons for Job Seekers

Tweet Baseball’s World Series is an exciting celebration of the sport known as America’s Pastime. It marks the end of a long, hard-fought season played out on fields and in stadiums across the country. Believe it or not, baseball holds a number of great lessons for job seekers: You have to swing to get a [...]

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