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7 Tips for Domestic Engineers (Stay-at-Home Moms and Dads Re-Entering the Workforce)

7 Tips for Domestic Engineers (Stay-at-Home Moms and Dads Re-Entering the Workforce) I know how hard it can be on families with a single income right now so I want to provide some tips to all the stay-at-home moms and dads who are re-entering the workforce after being gone for five or more years. I […]

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5 Ways to Fail at Networking

Posted By: Kim Thompson Five ways to fail at networking (and how to avoid them!) Networking is the most powerful tool you have to advance your career, and becoming aware of what makes good networking will serve you well. The ability to give and receive information cuts across levels in an organization, and developing your relationship-building skills […]

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Authentic Cover Letters – It’s ok to be you!

I wanted to share one of our dear jane client’s cover letter with you and feel free to forward this sample to your friends and colleagues.  I have changed the names to protect the innocent 🙂 and received permission from this client to share her cover letter with you. What is amazing about this cover […]

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CAREER STRATEGIES FOR BUILDING A STRONG AND LOYAL CUSTOMER BASE

CAREER STRATEGIES FOR BUILDING A STRONG AND LOYAL CUSTOMER BASE No matter what industry you are in or what profession you have chosen, below are some tips and advice on how to build a stronger customer base. I coach people all the time who are in mid-life with their careers or maybe just starting out […]

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Thoughts from the Bart Station

Thoughts from the Bart station! By Rebecca Martin Founder, dear jane…a career services company…   As I drove into the Bart station this past Tuesday morning I was amazed at how crowded the parking lot was. I was pleasantly surprised. In my world, people are either on the verge of losing their jobs or have […]

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