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  Your Career Roadmap
by Georgia Adamson - Apr, 2014
In the days before GPS, you didn’t take a trip to unfamiliar territory without a roadmap. If you did, you were likely to get lost and waste a lot of time trying to find your way again! The same is true of your hopes for career success. Note that a roadmap can often include more than one route to a given destination. For example, you might want to stick to the freeways as much as possible to reach your destination quickly...
 
  Give a Little. Get a Lot. Generosity Matters.
by Dawn Lennon - Apr, 2014
Doing isn’t giving, although doing is required. At work we have jobs to do. The better we do them, the more likely we’ll be valued and rewarded. That’s true even if we: Dislike the tasks we’re assigned Know the job is a wrong fit Question the company’s direction Work with uncommitted people Don’t see growth opportunities It’s as possible to succeed in a sorry job as it is in a fabulous one, provided you...
 
  How to Match Your Personal Brand with Your Resume
by Stacey Lane - Apr, 2014
Jackson was really frustrated with his job search. He knew something was off, but he couldn’t pinpoint it. You might identify with how he assessed his pros and cons related to his job search situation: Pros Great past working relationships. Interesting work history, thread is strategic partnerships and communications. Extensive professional network, but hasn’t been nurtured in past few years. Unusual backg...
 
  Small (But Important) Resume Mistakes All Execs Should Avoid
by Lisa Rangel - Apr, 2014
Resume faux pas can really cost an executive the interview. Simply put, at this stage in the game you should know how to write a killer resume, but there’s so much confusion out there that even the most experienced professionals fumble. Avoid the following executive resume mistakes and you’ll be way ahead of the game. Using a photo. There are only two kinds of positions that traditionally require photos on...
 
  4 Ways To Take Your Resume From Good To Great
by Teena Rose - Apr, 2014
What really makes a great resume for today’s job market? The use of a branding statement, a tag line or two, relevant keywords/key phrases, and a situation/action/results writing style can actually increase the return of your resume. Let’s review why each are increasingly important for job seekers competing in today’s highly competitive job market. Including these can take your resume from good to great, and ultimately h...
 
  The 401(k) is Old Hat: Work Perks for the New Generation
by Jessica Powell - Apr, 2014
How do successful companies attract the best and brightest young talent? It's a question that small businesses and Fortune 500 corporations alike have struggled with in the efforts to replenish their operations with new workers. The millennial generation faces many struggles to find work, including a greater difficulty in finding health insurance than any other age bracket, but that hasn't changed the fact that a job alone won...
 
  Why You Should Include Your Personal Email in Your LinkedIn Profile
by Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter - Apr, 2014
Are you a professional or executive compelled to modernize your LinkedIn Profile with current strategies but concerned it will scream, ‘job seeker?’ Understandably, many people fear the implications of making a sudden and/or sweeping change to their Profile. In some companies, members of leadership, sales, marketing, IT and other divisions actively are updating their profiles in order to better represent their company. In...
 
  3 Tips for a Resume Recipe Revamp
by Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter - Apr, 2014
The struggle when revamping a recipe is akin to the angst when rebuilding your resume. Recently, in a lively Facebook discussion, I learned how to make a better egg dish. The processes I underwent mirrors what I see careerists face when cooking up a new resume – whether they hire a professional with which to collaborate or do it themselves. The reality of my struggle emerged when I began adding more eggs to my diet an...
 
  Why You Shouldn’t Stop Using Buzzwords During Your Job Search
by Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter - Apr, 2014
The rules of job search have changed; in fact, some might say they have taken a 180-degree turn in recent years, particularly with the advent of social networking. The waters have become murkier than ever as career journalists vie for the attention of readers with click-generating headlines that are not necessarily in careerists’ best interests. A recent article, Quit Using These 10 Words to Describe Yourself on LinkedIn,...
 
  Before You Accept A Job Offer
by Bob Roth - Apr, 2014
After four years of preparation and expending much energy in conducting the search for a job, college students will find it very difficult to reject an offer of employment. However, employment opportunities come in all sizes, shapes and circumstances. Students need a way to figure out if the employer and the job are right for them. Some employer information can be researched and judged while you are in the process of iden...
 
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