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Career

Whether you find yourself unable to find work fresh out of college or in a job but looking for something more fulfilling, how you go about your job search will play a major role in whether or not you end up finding success. For many people in one of the above-mentioned situations, they quickly discover […]

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Fresh out of college, many young men and women find locating that first full-time job to be the greatest challenge they’ve faced in their lifetimes. Given that the present economy is continuing to struggle, and the fact that the national unemployment rate continues to hover around 9.1 percent, many recent college grads from this past […]

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This post could have been titled: Quit making it So Difficult on Yourself to Get a Job, but that’s a little too wordy and negative. It’s coming from talking to a client who attended a job search workshop where the speaker advised people coming in for a job interview to not bring anything with them. […]

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Too many times candidates and people in networking situations feel that they have to put on their “interview persona”–which simply isn’t true. Be real, show some personality to increase how much an employer likes you. This week I worked with a client (and yes, I know you’re on my list (smile)) who was having a […]

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I Was a Job Seeker

May 17, 2011

in Career

I attended the Women for Hire job fair in New York to get a feel for what the Washington D.C. event would be like as a speaker. These are my tips on what job seekers should do to maximize the opportunities at one of these events. I attended the Women for Hire career fair in […]

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