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  Résumé Help - Profile Polish…No Pronouns Please!
by Debra Wheatman - Mar, 2012
The first several lines of Ben’s résumé could be putting his job search on hold. If Ben made changes using basic résumé guidelines, he could overcome this problem. Résumé guidelines are not arbitrary. They are based on an understanding how the human brain receives written communication and how recruiters and employers select candidates for an interview. Every style used and every word chosen is either supporting your caree...
 
  Writing a Unique Cover Letter
by Debra Wheatman - Mar, 2012
One reason so many job seekers hate writing cover letters is because they find it difficult to write something unique. There is a lot of pressure to write that one-in-a-million killer cover letter, especially in a crowded job market. So, how do you write something original and captivating? Write a hook in the opening paragraph. ¡Start your letter with a startling fact or industry trend. ¡Congratulate the company o...
 
  A confusing riddle: What career is best for me?
by Hallie Crawford - Feb, 2012
Do you ever ask yourself, “Why is it so hard to figure out what career is best for me?” Sometimes it feels like you’re running on a hamster wheel, or moving through a dense cloud of fog with no clear destination in sight. You are not alone! I frequently work with highly educated, wonderfully successful clients who wrestle daily in the career decision-making fog. Interestingly, no matter how smart you are, and even how well you...
 
  Another Option After High School: Trade/Vocational Schools
by Randall Hansen - Feb, 2012
Why college? Unless you are one of the lucky few who receive a full scholarship to college, is a college education -- and tens of thousands of dollars in debt for you or your family -- always the right path after high school? As a former college professor, my first response is yes, of course a college education is worth the investment. More and more jobs and careers are professional, white collar jobs in which an undergrad...
 
  Degrees of Salary Negotiation for Job-Seekers Who Can't Afford to Say No to Job Offers
by Jack Chapman - Feb, 2012
What if you can't afford to lose this job offer? Can you still negotiate for a better salary? Sure you can, but some strategies offer more risk than others. Broke. Flat broke. It happened to Donald Trump and to almost every millionaire you can think of. At one time or other they were broke, busted. But they did not give up negotiating. It can happen to you. It will make you feel that you have to take what's offered...
 
  How to Obtain and Use References and Recommendation Letters
by Maureen Crawford Hentz - Feb, 2012
As a job-seeker, one of your most important assets is your stock of professional references. Both letters and phone recommendations can elevate a good candidate to a top choice and drop a good candidate down to the no-longer-considered pile. It's important that you manage your recommendations carefully to leverage them in the best possible way. The most important thing is to ask people who have good things to say about you...
 
  WANT MORE BALANCE?
by Nan S. Russell - Feb, 2012
Despite efforts on the Wii Fitness balance game, Wii persists in rating me as "unbalanced." And while it's true I'm feeling a bit stressed with a new book coming out in May, and more commitments than common sense dictates, being balanced is a challenge. Work reminds me of that balance game. Some days, I feel like I'm floating my avatar in a balloon down a lazy river, enjoying virtual sunshine and feeling pretty balanced, wh...
 
  OFCCP Resources
by Local JobNetwork™ - Feb, 2012
By offering innovative technology and superior services, the Local JobNetwork™ offers comprehensive solutions in the area of government compliance and more. Call 800-984-3775 to learn more about our OFCCP compliance resources and solutions. --> OFCC...
 
  3 Career Steps for the College Sophomore
by Marcia Robinson - Feb, 2012
I was working with a college sophomore recently who was applying for a Summer White House Internship. This college sophomore was clearly an outstanding student in high school. His resume showed strong involvement in extracurricular activities. However, there was a sharp decline in college involvement in his freshman year and in his sophomore year so far. Although the transition to college is challenging, it is important...
 
  5 Growing Careers for Math Majors
by Marcia Robinson - Feb, 2012
The Bureau of Labor Statistics is forecasting plenty of jobs in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) occupations. Sometimes college students do not consider a STEM major because they don't know what types of professions or careers they can pursue. Math is definitely one of those majors that college students do not readily see the application of the major in a career unless it is teaching, accounting and...
 
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