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The “traditional” 2013 employment market will be much more challenging than you might anticipate. Many companies are doing more with less. They can afford to be highly selective because they always receive a large number of qualified applicants for one job vacancy. So what can you do to increase your chances of attaining a new […]

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To quote from a  LinkedIn message I received… “job searching is very much like marketing. You need to do a complete SWOT to know where you are.” Absolutely! You got it, partner! What has cemented the doom of many job seekers, including executive-level leaders, is their inability (or self-destructive refusal) to wrap their minds around […]

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Expert resume writers earn Tori Award nominiations, declaring them some of the very best!

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To you job seeker, if you are trying to go at it alone, I hope you rethink this plan; because, if a blank document on your screen with the vertical line blinking doesn’t get you excited, the end result won’t induce a better emotion from your employer. Leave it up to us ‘geeks’ who love to write, dance with words and ideas, and who will passionately communicate your differentiating value, winning you the interview you dream of. Then, it is your turn to dance.

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Cutting-edge job search and career change strategies to support you in achieving your career goals.

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Twinkle with the right brand as a subject matter expert and with confidence at the right audience; then gaze at how your superstardom star-strucks all potential employers. As you radiate that special and bankable shine, someone will lasso you right into your dream job

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With so many qualified professionals seeking employment, it is not enough that you are competent, smart, and experienced. Nope, it is not. Your self-marketing must pack power, make a memorable impression, and ‘wow’ your prospective employers.

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Twitter is one method for you to go about networking and creating your own job opportunities. Don’t ever sit back and wait for someone to magically tweet a great lead for you. Just like your resume, cover letter, and other career marketing tools — Twitter it is just one tool.

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The problem with most Thank You letters is they are usually prepared as just a nice gesture. Saying thank you is a very nice thing to do and it does go a long way, but if written as an ordinary thank you, it is not strategic enough to add another dimension to your candidacy, it leverages not an additional qualifier, and doesn’t elevate your interview performance. In other words, use your Thank You opportunity as a last marketing tool in order to gain a competitive distinction

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Before you rush into resume technique, layout, and race to the finish line of a completed resume, invest time in the resume prep and research process

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