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Do you know what your market value is? or what you were paid in 2007?

I wanted to give you information about how to conduct your salary research. I have links below that I use all of the time to help my clients with determining their market value. The list below. www.salaryexpert.com http://indeed.com http://salary.com After you have reviewed  your salary and the details about it then you must validate it […]

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Tips on How to Answer the question on Why did you leave your last job?

This is always the topic and issue of the day for me. I have clients that get laid off, fired, pushed out because they fell out of favor and are forced to resign for reasons unknown to them. Does this sound vaguely familiar.  It’s happened to me and most people I know. Ok so here […]

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What to do when your grandmother, father, or mother, try to give you career advice….

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 […]

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Career tip for the day! Refresh, Refresh, Refresh…

Have you ever wondered why you don’t get a lot of phone calls after you post your resume on the job boards? Well the tip for the day is to remind you to refresh your resume every three to four days. If you leave your resume posted out in cyber space for more than a week, you […]

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