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Frequently, the quality of assistance you get is directly proportional to the quality of the request. Here’s a new “don’t do this” in your job search post by Dawn Bugni.  Find out why a “blanket e-email” asking for help with little offer of value is not a good approach. (And, to add another layer to […]

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This is the KISS snow globe.   Ever have one of those moments when everything falls into place, completely unexpected and with little effort? Aren’t they great? Dawn shares the story of how a chance encounter helped clear from clutter from her home while making a stranger very happy. Opportunity frequently presents itself in unusual […]

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While web-based search tools are very helpful, it is important to keep in mind that networking is most effective when done both online and in person. Keeping your mind open to limitless possibilities will increase your ability to find the right opportunities that will lead to the right job. Read on to find out why […]

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This week, I will have the pleasure of having the Resume Chicks on who are all certified professional resume writers. These ladies are ready to give you the tips and career advice you need to give your search and resume a jump start.

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Finding a job in the current economic environment is a really difficult and demanding task. The attitude you project during your search affects you and your search, and leaves an image or feeling with others you are working with to find a job. An attitude that is friendly, helpful and thankful will be remembered long […]

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A tale of two networkers

Networking is critical to success in today’s job search and in building a successful career. Yet, many professionals look at networking as something to do rather than something that happens slowly, organically over time. This month’s Career Collective topic is networking. In addition to reading my thoughts on the topic, you’ll find links to the […]

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When conducting a job search, the goal is to get noticed and get the hiring manager or decision makers to somehow choose you from the hundreds of equally qualified applicants. Although you can not make them hire you, you can influence their decision by the paths you take and value you promote. Getting in front […]

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Are you constantly pushing your resume to people who aren’t interested and don’t care or towards phony job postings or the black hole called HR? Is your message not resounding with your network, therefore rendering your network ineffective? Perhaps it’s time to flip your marketing efforts from outbound to inbound. Read the full blog post […]

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