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How to identify a quality resume

April 7, 2017

I know that it is significantly easier to identify a good resume than to write one because communication, public relations and human resources executives trust me to prepare their personal marketing materials. There are many aspects to a quality resume, Continue reading

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Beating a broken recruiting system

June 30, 2014

One of the many valuable things I learned at the Career Thought Leaders Conference in Baltimore last April was that the candidate recruitment system is broken. This wasn’t really news to those of us who work with job-seeking clients, the Continue reading

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Landing your dream job

June 28, 2013

I spoke with someone recently who confessed that he’d given up looking. There’s a huge difference between giving up an unrealistic dream and becoming complacent in a position that pays well but fails to satisfy.

When I pressed “Wally” about Continue reading

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Reach out and touch someone: use social media to land a job

April 17, 2013

Not only does applying online feel like you’re sending your electronic transmissions into a black hole, recruiters aren’t crazy about the impersonal process either. And that’s why social networking has become so important. In years past, recruiters reviewed hard copies Continue reading

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Considering a change?

November 30, 2011

According to a recent survey by Right Management, 84% of employees polled plan to look for a new position in 2012 (www.recruitingtrends.com/survey-finds-wide-employee-discontent)–a stunning reflection of dissatisfaction in the workplace. Employers that neglect this issue will suffer grave consequences Continue reading

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