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  6 Key Interview Moves That Will Help You Land the Job
by Tara Hornor - Jan, 2013
When you’re on the prowl for a new job, you know the interview with a prospective company is everything. Or is it? As imperative as a smooth interview is to getting the job, what you do before the interview—and perhaps especially what you do after—can be just as critical. Here are six key tasks to keep in mind (three for pre-interview and three for post-interview): Before the Interview 1. Get all your paperw...
 
  11 Job Search Secrets That Open Doors
by Ruth Shapiro - Jan, 2013
1. Cold-call your prospective boss’s boss for an interview. 2. For the interview, bring portfolio of awards, articles by you or about you, examples of accomplishments and results, letters of commendation. 3. Scan the newspapers and trade journals for clues to possible openings: firms signing new office space, receiving venture capital, personnel appointments and moves to new firms. 4. Contact temporary agencies. 5. For sc...
 
  Inside Job: 5 Reasons You Should Tap Your Friends and Contacts to Get a Job
by Miriam Salpeter - Jan, 2013
Are you sick of hearing about how important it is to tap your network to earn referrals and jobs? You hear it from your friends, your career coach, and when you pick up a book about how to find a job. If you're spending all of your time pushing out resumes to apply for positions, you're missing a crucial piece of a successful job hunter's strategy. Today, networking opportunities abound and come in many forms: both online...
 
  5 Signs It Is Time for a Career Change
by Kim Meninger - Jan, 2013
Many professionals consider a career change at one point or another. Some experience a rough patch in their current careers and begin to wonder if a new career direction would be a better fit. Others struggle to find work in their current field and debate pursuing something new. Still others secretly harbor a dream job that they’ve never had the courage or opportunity to explore. How do you know when it’s the right time...
 
  How to decide what type of job to take
by Miriam Salpeter - Jan, 2013
I’m sure many of us have been guilty of just taking a job because it was available, or because the pay was better than another job that may have been more suitable to our goals. What should you think about when it’s time to look for a job? Especially if it’s a part-time job or internship? These were some questions writer Emily Driscoll asked me for a post she was writing for Fox Business. Here is the information I shar...
 
  How to convince people to help you with your job search without being annoying
by Miriam Salpeter - Jan, 2013
Are you running around with a virtual J (for job seeker) on your forehead? Think about it: If you’re looking for a new opportunity and stopping everyone you know to ask if they’ve heard of any open positions for you (because you “can do anything!”), you may be wearing this imaginary tattoo without realizing it. And the truth is, it’s not doing you much good. To your credit, career coaches have always alleged that networkin...
 
  7 Job Search Networking Mistakes You Don’t Know You Are Making
by Michelle Dumas - Jan, 2013
Professional networking isn’t for amateurs. Or the faint of heart. In fact, if mismanaged, your professional networking efforts may actually hinder, rather than advance, your career. People are often unaware that they are making job search networking mistakes and that’s assuming they even know such mistakes are possible. You can engage in various levels of professional networking. The least complicated way requires...
 
  Why It’s Important to Have Branded, Coordinated Job Search Materials
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Jan, 2013
Do you want your resume, cover letter, and biography to look disheveled or professional and well-prepared? These documents are a reflection of you as a candidate—and as such, how you present yourself is important to how you’re perceived as a potential employee. Therefore, having documents that don’t match in style, format, design, or branding can really portray you as unorganized, not very detail-oriented, and lackluster. Howe...
 
  Don’t let bad credit get in the way of your job search
by Hallie Crawford - Jan, 2013
I was recently honored to be featured in this US News article, How to Convince a Prospective Employer to Overlook Poor Credit. There are many obstacles people have to overcome when applying for job search and bad credit is a common concern among job seekers. A potential employer cannot check it without your consent, but this could be seen as a red flag and decrease your chances of getting hired. You’re better off consentin...
 
  How to Identify the Next Hot Trend in 2013
by Alexandra Levit - Jan, 2013
There’s no better way to ensure your value than to identify a trend and capitalize on it before your competitors get to the table. But how do you do this without a crystal ball or a time machine? Here are some suggestions for honing your sense of what’s coming next in your field. Notice Systems That Are Broken If a broken process or system affects enough people, they will start to complain – and loudly. When the noise...
 
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