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  If You’re Underpaid, Do Something
by Alexandra Levit - Nov, 2010
GetRaised.com is a new online service that helps people get raises by determining if they are underpaid and then giving them the tools to do something about it. Here’s my interview with GetRaised team member Dave Clarke: I wish I’d thought of this. Where did the idea come from? Our behavioral psychologist Matt Wallaert was walking to work and trying to think of ways to narrow the gender-wage...
 
  Surviving Your Day Job: Rekindling Passion for Your Job
by Tai Goodwin - Nov, 2010
Just like any other relationship, your relationship with your job is going to have its’ ups and downs. In some cases it can be clear that the best solution is for the two of you to separate – meaning you will need to find a new job. In other cases, making a few changes to how you work can rekindle your passion for what you do, allowing you to keep your job and your sanity. You may not have any physical signs of burnout, but...
 
  Tips for effective networking
by Alexandra Levit - Nov, 2010
The purpose of professional networking is to gain information, increase your visibility in your field, and establish personal connections that will help you advance in your career. No matter how much you love your job, you should always be looking for ways to expand your networks because, ideally, your contacts will follow you from position to position. A strong network allows you to get advice from trusted sources, to kee...
 
  4 Secrets to a New Job in 6 Weeks
by Kevin Donlin - Nov, 2010
Vince Wiskovitch, from Nassau County, New York, was just hired for a legal position after searching only 6 weeks for a job. By comparison, the average job search in America now lasts 33.3 weeks. Read on to learn the 4 things he did to get hired 27 weeks faster than average … 1) Don’t send a cover letter. Send a sales letter The best cover letters are really sales letters -- they use proven selling tactics to convi...
 
  5-Step Facebook Makeover for Your Job Search
by Miriam Salpeter - Nov, 2010
With more than 550 million active users, if Facebook was a country, it would be the third largest behind only China and India. Facebook’s stats make it a hard-to-ignore social network for job seekers. The irony of recommending my clients consider using Facebook for professional networking does not escape me. Recently, someone who was contracting me for some workshops assumed that, when I suggested we incorporate something abo...
 
  7 Steps for Successful Networking Off-line
by Tai Goodwin - Nov, 2010
Whether you’re an introvert or an extrovert, feel like you have the gift of gab or just don’t know how to make small talk, networking know-how is key to for launching and growing your business. When it comes down to making a decision about who to do business with, people will do business with and refer business to those they know, like and trust. Your success in becoming a trusted, liked, and known is hinged to how you grow...
 
  Looking For Work? Your Job Search Is Your Job!
by Cathy Eng - Nov, 2010
For professionals who are out of work and looking for a job, the search becomes a job in and of itself. That is why it is so important to take it just a seriously as if you have a full-time job! When there is a substantial gap between jobs, it is easy to get discouraged and lose motivation, but there are some reliable ways to stay focused in the career game while you are out there searching. Organize your job search. Keep...
 
  Surviving Your Day Job: Making Work “Work”
by Tai Goodwin - Nov, 2010
If you work full time – do you realize that more than 1/3 of your day revolves around work? Consider the time you spend preparing for work, traveling to and from work, and actually at work. That’s a lot of time -too much time in my opinion if it is all about just a paycheck. There are periods of time in almost everyone’s career where we work to live. But wouldn’t life be a whole lot more meaningful if you could enjoy the work...
 
  Surviving Your Day Job: Mastering Monday Morning
by Tai Goodwin - Nov, 2010
Wouldn’t it be great to start Monday morning feeling like you are ahead instead of like you’re playing catch-up? Here are 7 quick tips for mastering Monday morning and getting the week off to a great start: Respond to any unanswered email or voice mail messages: Not only will this give you a chance to clear your plate – it will also improve your response time to your co-workers and clients. Clean out your email: Lighten y...
 
  The most important thing a job seeker can do
by Miriam Salpeter - Nov, 2010
Being able to tell your story — and to tell it well — is one of the most important skills a job seeker can have. My friend, Ken Revenaugh’s blog, Fast Track Tools, shares information about how to tell good career stories. He reminds us that being a good communicator relies on collecting factoids and being able to share them with an audience. Another resource for job search storytelling is fellow Career Collective member, Ka...
 
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