What to Do When Your Grandmother, Father or Mother Try to Give You Career Advice I often wonder why people think they can offer career advice when they’ve been out of the loop for awhile. Well-meaning family and friends may offer their input on how to land a job, even though they haven’t had a […]
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How to Ask for the Severance Package that You Deserve Today’s blog entry was inspired by a client whom I coached through a difficult situation at her work. She said it would be great to just give people an idea of what they can do for themselves, so if you’re reading this entry, hopefully […]
Do you need to get off the couch or step away from the computer? Proven Job/Career Networking Tips to ensure success!
How to deal with the desperate anxiety that naturally occurs during your job search. Keep this list parked where you sit at home working away at your job search and look at it whenever you start to feel anxious and alone. See the internet resource list below. · Remember – it’s not you · […]
Differentiate yourself during your job search! I know times are so tough for people right now in their job search and most people are barely hanging on regarding their search. But remember, what is needed now more than ever is to STAY FOCUSED, POSITIVE, and never never GIVE UP. Most of you need to DIFFERENTIATE YOURSELF from other job seekers. […]
Quick and Easy Career Tips – The HOT TIP OF THE DAY! www.craigslist.com is the number one place to POST your resume. Why? Because employers, hiring managers, and recruiters DON’T have to pay to find you. www.monster.com, www.careerbuilder.com, etc. are fee based. It’s ok that employers have to pay a fee but there are small […]
Hello again, I often wonder how people think that they can give career advice when they haven’t had a job in over 30 years, or have been retired for the last 10 years, and/or have been in the same job for the last 10-20 years. Don’t get me wrong, listening to your family is always a […]