Monthly Archives: December 2010

Super Cool Stealth Words

You’ve written your resume. It is the appropriate length, moves the eye to the key accomplishments you want to emphasize, is proofed, and ready to go. But, you realize there are some additional keywords you would like┬áto implement to guarantee … Continue reading

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Use Your LinkedIn Summary to Be Found by Employers and Clients

Use the summary portion of linkedin to post your contact information and allow potential employers/clients find you. Continue reading

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Your Email Summary (30 Second Commercial)

When you send out a resume via email, you have the opportunity to “sell yourself” in a few sentences by emphasizing your key accomplishments and experience as it relates to the job posting. This is your Email Summary. What is … Continue reading

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YAY: More Work and Less Pay!

I was reading a story today that 84% of employees will be seeking a new opportunity in 2011. That is 4 out of 5 of employees who are currently disssatisfied with their jobs. Many will say these numbers are outrageous. … Continue reading

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Searching Internet Job Boards

Job Searching can be tedious! Every single person that is on the job market is searching the main job boards. So, the posiitons on those boards are receiving hundreds, if not, thousands of applicants per posted position. Also, if you … Continue reading

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Your Sick and Have an Interview – What to Do

It’s the night before your big interview and you are starting to feel a tingle in your throat, an itch in your nose, or a bit of a turn in your stomach. What do you do? GO GO GO!!!! Hit … Continue reading

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