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In the great holiday movie, “It’s a Wonderful Life”, George Bailey gets his wish and sees his community as if he had never been born. And, of course that wish quickly turns to a nightmare as he finds he is … Continue reading
When I’m in need of a new vehicle, I do extensive Internet research prior to making a purchase. A very common practice at the top of any product review is a short list of three pros and three cons. I … Continue reading
Three social media sites are ranked as follows: #2 Facebook, #8 Twitter, #13 LinkedIn. Are you using all 3 in your job search?
As I write this blog, tax returns are due to be filed in two weeks. Most everyone I know is a “wage slave” meaning their taxes have been withheld and they are due a refund. I know some who filed … Continue reading
Imagine a pair of train tracks. The left track is well-selected target companies. The right track is your network. If the companies are well selected and your network is large, you cannot help but to succeed in your job search. … Continue reading
Of course you need a resume … but a resume is less important than you think and there are other materials as or more important. Let me give you an example. It’s January and your neighbor Bob sells life insurance … Continue reading
If you have resolved to lose weight and exercise more in 2012, you should also resolve to be employed in a job that is a good fit! For those of you who are employed and tolerating a lousy job but … Continue reading
Obviously if you can ask Santa for anything, you are going to ask for a new job! But, I do not believe Santa carries jobs on his sleigh. Instead I am going to suggest you request of Santa two things: … Continue reading
Many of us who came to age in the 1970s or later have lost touch with certain qualities mankind has possessed for thousands of years. If you ever watch Cesar Milan’s show “The Dog Whisperer” or read his books, you … Continue reading
WHICH IS FASTER? APPLYING TO JOBS ONLINE … OR NETWORKING TO COMPANIES WHO MAY OR MAY NOT HAVE A NEED FOR YOU?
The obvious answer must be applying to a known open job – right? No, wrong! The average time from applying to job to receiving a response is three months. Let’s look at what could be accomplished in three months: Targets … Continue reading