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  Hone In on Special Skills to Find a Job
by Miriam Salpeter - Feb, 2013
Identifying what employers want and making the case to show why you're a fit is one of the most challenging things for job seekers. If you haven't looked for a job in a while, it may seem like what employers want changed a lot since the last time you looked for work. Years ago, everyone seemed to prefer to hire Jacks-of-all trades—in other words, people who could do a little of everything. The goal was to cross-train, and...
 
  Do You Want That on Your Permanent Record?
by Debra Wheatman - Feb, 2013
The permanent record sounds so ominous. I recall that threat being held over our heads throughout the school years. I never thought to ask the details of this record. Just who is the keeper of this inerasable record? Now, as a parent, I have stopped to using the threat of the (ominous music playing) permanent record. However, I have news for you. It turns out there is a permanent record! We never truly delete any mess...
 
  Need to Reinvent Your Career?
by Georgia Adamson - Feb, 2013
If not now, you might still at some point in your working life either need or want to reinvent your career. When/if that happens to you, do you have a plan for accomplishing it? Much like fire or flood insurance you hope you will never need, a career management plan that takes the need for reinventing your career into account makes excellent sense. I did that myself a number of years ago and was lucky (?) enough to sta...
 
  Using Social Media to Gain Visibility, Credibility and Maybe Even a New Job
by Barbara Safani - Feb, 2013
Over the past few months I have landed several long and short-term projects that I never would have had a shot at if it weren’t for social media. By spending less than 15 minutes a day on an easy and fun strategy for building relationships, I was found by the people who needed someone with the type of expertise I possess. Through my profiles on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter, I became top of mind and relevant to people all ov...
 
  How to sweet talk your boss
by Miriam Salpeter - Feb, 2013
Have you ever thought about how you could sweet talk your boss? Did you know that saying certain words, in just the right way, could make all the difference in your relationship? Get your mind out of the gutter — we’re talking professional relationships here! It is smart to consider that your boss is human, too. (Really — no matter what you think of him or her, unless you work for a certified robot, that fact is undeniable...
 
  6 Tips for Making a Successful Career Change
by Miriam Salpeter - Feb, 2013
Job searching is challenging for everyone, but experienced job seekers, especially those who realize they want to change their career tracks, may face special challenges. Marc Miller, career design specialist with Career Pivot (careerpivot.com) and author of Repurpose Your Career—A Practical Guide for Baby Boomers, suggests these five key steps to follow when making a career change: 1. Decide what you want. "Know thyself" m...
 
  Career Advancement Reconnaissance: Gathering Intel for Your Job Interview
by Michelle Dumas - Feb, 2013
Once upon a time, the key to getting a job was nailing the job interview. Well, okay, perhaps that still is the key. What has changed, however, is what is expected of you during that job interview. Professional appearance, a ready smile, steady demeanor and clear communication skills are still important, so important, in fact, that almost everyone with whom you’d be competing for the position possesses those attributes...
 
  Career Change: A Little Straight Talk
by Louise Fletcher - Feb, 2013
If you’re contemplating a career change, you’re not alone. Millions of people are tired of their work and dream of doing something different. I can empathize as I made a big change myself 10 years ago. I worked in corporate HR and I hated it, so I know how horrible it is to feel that you’re in the wrong job. But here’s what I want to say: I’ve now been writing resumes for 10 years and during that time, I’ve spoken with...
 
  Job Fair Preparation Tips
by Caitlin McNally - Feb, 2013
Job fairs are a great way to get in front of recruiters. Instead of just sending them your resume, you can talk face-to-face, ask questions and truly make an impression on them. At the same time, job fairs can be very competitive especially if there are many attendees. To make your time at a job fair worthwhile and to stand out in the crowd, here are some tips on how to prepare for job fairs and advice to keep in mind whi...
 
  Starting a New Job on the Right Foot
by Caitlin McNally - Feb, 2013
Starting a new job can be exciting and nerve-racking at the same time. You were chosen for the position and it’s a new beginning, but there are so many questions. Will they like me and will I fit in? What is truly expected of me in my first few days? Am I prepared enough? It’s completely normal to have the first day jitters, but it’s recommended to take some time to prepare to be the new kid on the block. Provided be...
 
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