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


Posted on: December 26th, 2017 by
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Which is more effective interviewing for a job, the telephone or Skype? The telephone is less effective in making a positive impression. Why? With Skype, you have more opportunity to present yourself in a positive way: Appearance, demeanor, eye contact and pictorial clues. When you can’t see the interviewer you have no way to gauge your impact: Head nodding, smiles/frowns, blinking or boredom.   If you have Continue reading the story "SUCCESSFUL SKYPE INTERVIEWS"


Posted on: December 19th, 2017 by
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Let’s assume you’re doing very well in your current job, then get a phone call from a recruiter who tells you he has the perfect job, with a 30% increase in compensation, a higher title, in a fast growth company within an exciting industry. What do you do? My advice? Take 2 aspirin and think calming thoughts.   What not to do? Do not get excited Continue reading the story "WHEN THE RECRUITER CALLS…"


Posted on: December 12th, 2017 by
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Some people believe that the best way to present their expertise in a resume is to demonstrate a very broad-based set of experiences in different jobs, functions, or responsibilities. What they may not understand is that hiring organizations are looking for candidates who have specific skills, along with very specific RESULTS, that parallel the position description of a specific job. So if your resume shows Continue reading the story "GOING “ALL IN”"


Posted on: December 5th, 2017 by
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One morning you realize that your current career direction might not be the right one for you. What are your options? Think it through and reset your goals if necessary. Here are some early indicators that tell you it’s time to reexamine your career goals.   FROM CONCEPT TO REALITY – Most career goals are developed when you’re younger and less experienced. Now that you’re into the Continue reading the story "TIME TO REEXAMINE YOUR CAREER GOALS?"


Posted on: November 28th, 2017 by
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Have you been out of the job market for a while? Are you concerned? You can’t agonize over things you have no control over, but you can have a workable plan in place. Overcome your concerns through a strategy of steps to prepare you for re-entering the marketplace. The key is not to wait until the last minute to start your reentry, but rather design Continue reading the story "RE-ENTERING THE JOB MARKET?"