Get Your Resume On Google. SEO Your Search

Author: Brad Remillard

Leveraging the social networks is a great search strategy tactic. Facebook and LinkedIn are both vital to one’s ability to be found by recruiters, HR, hiring managers, PE firms, or for that matter anyone looking to find you, or someone with your experiences. However, a big one that is often overlooked by many candidates is Google.

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A Critical Interviewing Mistake!

Author: Brad Remillard

Candidates more often that not miss one of the best opportunities during the interview to shine, to differentiate themselves, and demonstrate their ability to do the job. What a great opportunity missed!!

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Job Search Stalled? Do What the Pros Do

Author: Brad Remillard

I was reading a golf magazine recently and a particular article caught my attention. It was about what one of the top pros on the PGA tour does when he gets stalled or in a slump. He simply goes back to basics. He goes back to when he first started playing golf to review if one of the 4 basics of golf have changed. He indicated most of the time this fixes the problem.

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Are You Creating the Right Conditions for Success In Your Jobsearch?

Author: Lorna Gill

In order to be successful, any business or organisation must be well structured and mechanical to ensure targets are achieved and growth continues. Business relies on assessment of past trends and making accurate forecasts for the future in order to guarantee security.

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Unemployed or Employed: Are You Prepared for the New Workplace?

Author: Roger M. Ingbretsen

The “knowledge age” and the new workplace demands the following; creative skills, critical thinking and problem solving skills, strong interpersonal skills, computer skills, and the ability to quickly react and adapt to change. These skills have not been embedded in our current education system. The American education system is still finding it hard to make the change from the “industrial age” to the “knowledge age.” Our education system is preparing students for a work culture that no longer exists. Very few low skills, non-thinking jobs are out there.

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Network It!

Author: Kellie

The clichéd phrase ‘It’s not what you know, it’s WHO you know’ is as old and overused as the day is long. But it’s clichéd for a reason. No man is an island, to coin another oft used maxim, and whatever our experience or skill set, we need others to help us along the way.

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Writing a Resume for a Career Change

Author: Candace

One of the hardest decisions you will probably encounter during your professional career is either a change in position or a change in occupation. Many people think the safe decision is to stay in your current job or line of work, which is the place where you know what to expect and where you feel secure. On the other hand, many feel they will have no idea what to expect if they secure a new position. The whole process can be very intimidating, making it a difficult choice and for this reason many procrastinate.

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Best Career Choices for retirees

Author: Maria Norton

Career choices for retirees are as varied as the retirees that are seeking them. Whether you are seeking a new career because you need the money or because you are simply interested in pursuing something new, you can find the kind of career that you want in order to help you enjoy your retirement.

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Resume Writing - What Do Hiring Managers Look For in a Resume?

Author: Jennifer Anthony — Nationally Published Resume Expert & Career Strategist

How many times has this happened? You see that perfect position so you put together a resume and send it off with the hopes of getting a call back for an interview. You wait and wait but no one calls so you scratch your head and wonder what you could have done better. Your well-intentioned friends or family members may try to convince you to believe that the position was already filled or that the company hired internally. Although these scenarios are viable possibilities, it's more likely that your resume simply does not reflect what employers want.

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Self-Employment and Your Resume

Author: Lester Best
Being self-employed comes with many challenges - determining your niche, finding clients, having adequate insurance, hiring additional help, etc. To succeed as a freelancer, contractor, or a new business owner, you have to have determination, passion and patience, much of the same characteristics you need to successfully hunt for a new job. So why is self-employment on a resume a concern for your potential employer?
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