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  Following The Money: New Salary Trends for Project Manager
by Alexandra Levit - Apr, 2016
PMI’s 2015 Earning Power survey reveals that current project management compensation varies widely. The Project Management Institute’s 2015 Earning Power report, which is based on a survey of more than 26,000 respondents in 34 countries, detailed 12-month salary trends among 15 demographic variables and shares important insights on roles ranging from entry-level project managers to senior executives. Overall, most partic...
 
  What Recent College Grads Don't Know About Getting Their First 'Real' Job
by Kathy Caprino - Apr, 2016
As a career coach and a mom with college-aged children readying themselves for the workforce, I hear from a lot of parents and recent grads with questions about how to best prepare for the “real world.” They want to know exactly what young adults can do today to position themselves powerfully to hit the ground running and land their first bona fide professional role right out of school. I have my own thoughts about that, bu...
 
  Social Media Tips to Help With Your Online Networking
by Michelle Dumas - Apr, 2016
Social media. Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and over 400 other recognized social media sites have helped to create a smaller world than ever before. While concerns grow over privacy rights and whether etiquette and ethics can keep pace with this constantly evolving milieu, there is no question that social media is a pervasive in our daily lives. Online networking, it seems, is rapidly becoming the communication medium of cho...
 
  12 Tips for a Winning Interview, Part 2
by Thea Kelley - Apr, 2016
In a previous article I provided six must-do tips for a stand-out job interview that gets you an offer. Here's the rest of the story! 1. Give lots of specific examples. Use the SOAR format: Situation, Obstacles, Actions, Results. Quantify results where possible. How well, how fast, how inexpensively did you get the work done? Offer "evidence" of the quality of your work, naming specific impacts. Were your methods adopted by...
 
  Taking the Reins in a Stubborn Job Search Market
by Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter - Apr, 2016
So, it’s a tougher economic climate out there than it was a few years ago. What are you doing to stir up conversations with prospective employers? Are you reading the trade journals, business journals and such to see whose career is advancing, whose company is growing or where new shoots of growth and opportunity are appearing? From there, you can send a meaningful note to the specific person or company (sleuth around to...
 
  "Before" and "After" Resumes: What Makes the Difference?
by Robin Schlinger - Apr, 2016
Most people come to me with a resume already written. It may be 15 or 20 years old—unused while they built their career in a single company—or it may be their first attempt at a resume. In any case, they have put words on paper to describe their careers. These are the “before” resumes. What do I do that makes them “after” resumes? First, most “before” resumes do not stress accomplishments. They are task oriented: “I did thi...
 
  12 Tips for a Winning Interview, Part 1
by Thea Kelley - Apr, 2016
Preparing for job interviews? Let's assume you need no advice about grooming, being punctual or turning off your cell phone. Beyond those basics, here are the main things you need to do: 1. Study up, don't just wing it. Prepare well in advance, as soon as you start your job search. Review typical interview questions you find on the internet, as well as questions you can anticipate by looking at job postings, and plan your a...
 
  10 Interview Questions to Assess the Boss
by Thea Kelley - Apr, 2016
The #1 reason people quit jobs is their boss. So in your job interviews you need to interview your prospective manager and get a feel for whether you'll like working with him or her. How can you do that effectively? It's fine to ask "What is your management style?," but the answer won't tell you the whole story. Here are 10 good questions to ask at interviews to dig a bit deeper. Use your best judgment in deciding whi...
 
  Who's Reading Your Social Media Profiles
by Debra Wheatman - Apr, 2016
A recent LinkedIn survey of 4,000 talent recruiting decision makers spanning 31 countries revealed some interesting statistics concerning the use of social media as part of the candidate recruiting and screening process. The following are a few highlights of the report by LinkedIn. - 55% of surveyed recruiters admit to reconsidering a candidate after viewing the candidate’s social media profile. - 93% of recruiters conside...
 
  Your Resume Should be Written as a Story
by Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter - Apr, 2016
1. Your Resume Should be Written as a Story What does this mean, really, to write a story? Does it mean something like: ‘Once upon a time I was a receptionist at a telecom company before finding my breakthrough sales role that led to my rise to senior management?’ Well, yes, sort of. But what really makes a story sing are the obstacles, winding roads, storms and even battles that you encounter along the way to success...
 
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