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Presenting Richard Pascarella – COO/Director of Logistics – Import/Export, Logistics, Freight Forwarding

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Introducing Steven Coscio – Global Operations Technical Support Manager Upstream Production Chemicals

http://www.mycareerhighlights.com/stevencoscio/

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Introducing Steve Centrillo – Corporate CMO/Senior Advertising Executive

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Presenting Gary Gallant – CIO/SVP, Applications Development – CPG

http://www.mycareerhighlights.com/garygallant/

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Presenting Robert Kalbach – VP, Applications – Big Four/Health Science Practice experience

http://www.mycareerhighlights.com/robertkalbach/

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Presenting James P. Rouse – Divisional CFO – Media

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Presenting Robert K. Ross – VP, IT – Financial Services, Commercial Real Estate

http://www.mycareerhighlights.com/robertross/

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Four Steps to a Successful Job Search

I have worked with hundreds of senior executives seeking their next career opportunity and have distilled the barriers to success, and the solutions, below: Positioning – Your LinkedIn Profile and resume need to communicate three things – what you do, … Continue reading

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The Seven Deadly Sins of Executive Job Hunters

I read hundreds of resumes each year and meet dozens of job seekers usually after several unsuccessful months of job hunting. What do they have in common? The seven deadly sins of executive job hunters: 1. Lack of success stories … Continue reading

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What Is A Professional Job Seeker?

Let’s start with defining a professional. Yesterday I had my annual physical and we would all agree physicians are a good example of professionals. So what happened? Measurement – for most of the visit, there was measurement, i.e., height, weight, … Continue reading

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