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  5 Tips for New Grads Entering the Job Market
by Miriam Salpeter - Feb, 2012
When so many people are out of work, it can be intimidating for new graduates to face the job market. How can you make yourself distinctive from the competition? Jennifer Lasater, Kaplan University's executive director of National Career Services, offers these tips for job seekers with new degrees: 1. Own your degree. Don't focus on the degree as a means to an end. Immerse yourself in your field, which can include becoming...
 
  Building a Network in 8 Steps
by Miriam Salpeter - Feb, 2012
You've probably heard a million times that networking is the way to land a job. But what if you don't have a strong network already? All is not lost—you can start now to build one. Debra Feldman, known as the "JobWhiz," is a professional networking expert and executive job search agent. Follow her suggestions to build a network that will help you land your next opportunity: 1. Develop a short list of target employers. It's...
 
  Can you find your dream job on your own?
by Hallie Crawford - Feb, 2012
A lot of potential career coaching clients will ask me, “Why do I need a career coach, can’t I figure this out on my own?” The truth is, usually they haven’t figured it out on their own, which is why they’re talking to me. What I tell them is this, “Yes many people can, and have figured out their career direction without the help of a career coach, which is great!” I’ll admit that I’m a little jealous of those people, because...
 
  Five Golden Rules for Leadership
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Feb, 2012
In The Leadership Code: Five Rules to Lead By, (Harvard Business Press, 2011) Dave Ulrich, Norm Smallwood and Kate Sweetman have distilled leadership into five core roles: 1. Strategist—Leaders shape the future. 2. Executor—Leaders make things happen. 3. Talent manager—Leaders engage today’s talent. 4. Human-capital developer—Leaders build the next generation. 5. Personal proficiency—Leaders invest in their own developmen...
 
  Five Tips for Writing a Killer CIO Resume
by Jean Cummings - Feb, 2012
The top technology authority in an organization can be the CIO (Chief Information Officer), CTO (Chief Technology Officer),VP of IT (Vice President of Information Technology) or one of the newer hybrid titles that emphasizes leadership in both the business and technology organizations. What aspects of your role do you want to emphasize in your CIO resume? How much do you want to emphasize your technology credentials versus...
 
  How Summer Jobs Can Impact a Community
by Marcia Robinson - Feb, 2012
A summer job is a great way for teens to earn their own money. Through the process of finding a summer job and succeeding in the summer job, teens can impact their communities just as their communities can impact the teen. Whether the community involves the local neighborhood of streets and avenues or the larger society as a whole, summer jobs can have lasting impact on a community and individuals. Summer jobs keep teens o...
 
  How to leave a job with class
by Miriam Salpeter - Feb, 2012
I’m not going to pretend I have been following this story, but some friends were posting about it on Facebook, and I couldn’t help but think of what a great “career” post/reminder it makes. Tiquan Underwood, a defensive lineman for the Patriots, was released from the team just before the Super Bowl, as reported by the Yahoo! Sports Blog. According to the article, it’s the third time the Patriots have cut him this season, a...
 
  Job Search Strategies for Executives
by Louise Garver - Feb, 2012
During their careers executives have had to stretch their knowledge, skills, and talents, and frequently work outside their comfort zone. One of the biggest advantages an executive has is the ability to take risks no one else would dare to do and, in most cases, succeed. How do they do this time after time? And can these strategies be applied to job search? Be Assertive Executives know that in business being assert...
 
  Looking for a Summer Job? Government Agencies Hire Students
by Marcia Robinson - Feb, 2012
Most students don't know that government agencies hire students for summer jobs. Many government agencies participate in the Student Educational Employment Program (SCEP) and welcome students of all ages. Students from high school to graduate school participate in any number of summer job opportunities with government offices. The Student Educational Employment Program was established in 1994, replacing the old Federal Stud...
 
  Persistence in Your Job Search and Career Management
by Georgia Adamson - Feb, 2012
Banging your head against a brick wall and hoping to punch-through by sheer will-power is not recommended. However, persistence in pursuing your job search and career management plans can pay off, and the alternative–giving up–doesn’t offer anything that’s really worth having. As The Executive Blog puts it, “Believing in yourself is one way of improving yourself, mastering your craft, and engaging others to try out what you ha...
 
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