Make 2016 Your Most Successful Year Ever
Make 2016 Your Most Successful Year Ever

Make 2016 Your Most Successful Year Ever  This is the year you can begin to create a more successful, stable

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When to use an Executive Briefing Cover Letter
When to use an Executive Briefing Cover Letter

You’re not really looking for a job, but you stumble across something too good to pass up, but your resume

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The Wrong Approach to Job Interviews
The Wrong Approach to Job Interviews

Headhunters and hiring managers say that many candidates think interviews are about deciding whether they want the job, and that

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How to Rebuild After Getting Fired
How to Rebuild After Getting Fired

Getting fired is one of the most difficult things that can happen in your career.  For whatever reason, (and there

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Will Your General Resume Work?
Will Your General Resume Work?

If you’re not getting interviews, chances are, the problem is your resume. If you’re using an outdated, general resume, that

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The Truth About Industry Bias
The Truth About Industry Bias

So you are one of two candidates vying for an accounting position at a publishing house. You both have the

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30 Ways to Offend an Interviewer
30 Ways to Offend an Interviewer

When it comes to job search, not everyone is a natural at the interviewing part for a job. Even with

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Six Tips for a Resume Makeover
Six Tips for a Resume Makeover

Have you written a resume that just doesn’t seem to be working? Hint. If you aren’t getting interviews, it’s not

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What Independence Day Means to Me
What Independence Day Means to Me

On July 4th  we celebrate freedom from oppression, respect for the beliefs of others and a fair deal for all,

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Tough interview question: “What is your greatest weakness?”
Tough interview question: “What is your greatest weakness?”

“What is your greatest weakness?” is one of the toughest and most common of all interview questions, and often comes

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How to Go After a Promotion
How to Go After a Promotion

Promotions come as a result of hard work, credibility, visibility, and a plan of action to gain experience and credentials.

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Run Your Job Search Like a Sales and Marketing Campaign
Run Your Job Search Like a Sales and Marketing Campaign

You think you’re doing all the right things … but is it enough?  You’ve got a great resume that you’ve

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Salary Negotiation – How Much Money Should You Ask For?
Salary Negotiation – How Much Money Should You Ask For?

Ask for too much and you might not get an offer; ask for too little and you could be kicking

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How To Create a New Job Description
How To Create a New Job Description

The Knock Em Dead Job Deconstruction Document™ breaks down the job into its component deliverables, so that you can reassemble

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How to work a career fair
How to work a career fair

Check out my first blog for Monster.com Career Start. Are you an entry-level professional considering using career fairs for networking?

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