Post Archives from the ‘Blog: Career Advice & Tips’ Category


Posted on: May 4th, 2021 by
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Have you decided to re-engage in the job market to move up after a furlough or job break?  The marketplace is very different now.  There’s a series of important questions that most hiring managers will want to know.  You’ll need persuasive responses.  


Posted on: April 27th, 2021 by
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Candidates think they can easily answer interview questions since its all about their past job responsibilities and experiences.  These are candidates who are the least prepared and will usually not make it to the next round.  Let’s take a closer look.   There are two kinds of questions asked during an interview and one “most asked question” as the Covid-19 period ends.  Prepare for these interview questions:   Specific Continue reading the story "POST COVID-19 QUESTIONS"


Posted on: April 20th, 2021 by
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Now that you have remote work experience, how do you leverage that know-how into compensation of $100,000 or more a year.  Here’s some information to help understand where you are on the career ladder and what is possible.   Most likely your part of a remote group working on a project in your field of expertise.  Currently, the average pay for remote workers in the U.S. is Continue reading the story "LEVERAGE YOUR REMOTE EXPERIENCE"


Posted on: April 13th, 2021 by
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Now is the time to consider where you want to be within the next 6 months while we’re coming out of the Covid-19 period of shutdowns.  Are you happy where you are?  Have you developed new skills and experiences that should move you up the career ladder?  Whatever your situation, it’s time to reinvent your professional brand to indicate you’re ready for a new or Continue reading the story "REINVENT YOUR CAREER"


Posted on: April 7th, 2021 by
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Job descriptions have changed since Covid-19 impacted our economy.  Most jobs have seen a change in responsibilities.  You could be due a reevaluation of your duties and pay.  Here are some of the factors you might want to consider: