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How Pinterest Can Help Boost Your Career

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According to the Internet news blog Mashable, Pinterest is social media’s rising star. Pintrest career image from Shutterstock.

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Are You Making the Top 3 LinkedIn Profile Errors?

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Are You Making the Top 3 LinkedIn Profile Errors? Here are 9 flawless reasons to subscribe to our blog. Enjoying this article?

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Michael Trust

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Michael derives his biggest professional joy in life from watching the proverbial “light bulb” turn on in his clients’ heads as he’s coaching them.

The Resume as Part of Your Social Media Job Search Campaign

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Vargas Contrary to what you have heard, the resume still has its place in this web 2.0 Twitter? That’s for another blog.) world.

Is My Personality Killing My Chances?

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“Communication skills&# and “communication sense&# are not the same. Focus and listen and show the interviewer that h/she matters.

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7 Surprising Reasons You Didn't Get a Call Back for that Job

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While I always feel it’s best to ask the hiring manager what went wrong, do a little self-analysis first. You didn’t sell yourself. Smile.

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Presenting a Consistent Image During Your Job Search

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The objective of this communication strategy is to make sure your message gets across. Here are 9 flawless reasons to subscribe to our blog.

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Help! I Can't Land an Interview

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Vargas The bills are piling up. Ironically, although the job market is challenged, usually there are blocks in a job search. cheers!

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Best Of The Blog – New Resume Ideas

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So what’s the resume for anyway? It is still the single most asked for document in the job search process. Tomorrow.

When Your Personal Brand Outshines the Corporate Brand

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Legal risk, perceived risk for the company and its own brand. Social media gives everyone a platform to clear the air. Ignorance.

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How To Break the Tie – When You're One of Two Great Candidates

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If it comes down to two (or even three) finalists, the intangibles are likely to make or break the deal. How do you find a job today?

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5 Questions to Ask BEFORE You Start Your Job Search

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The perfect timing for you to start your search is before you begin feeling a desperate need to get out of your current position. With a B.S.

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Networking Advice: 5 Ways to Make Networking Work for YOU!

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How does talking to people about the fact you don’t have a job get you a job? But…get over the fear! What exactly does that mean, though?

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When “Being Nosy” Can Be a Powerful Technique

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Message: Stay aware of this natural compulsion and begin to make the conscious shift to focusing more on the other person.

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How to Create Your Unique Career Plan

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However, it is a step that is vital to ensure you are focused on your career objectives and are taking the right steps along the journey to get there.

What NOT to Do in an Interview

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My colleague was interested to observe the wide variety of people who applied for a low-paying, part-time position. Not so! Digg it!

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4 C's to Career Success

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First, focus on the 4 C’s of Success: clarity, commitment, confidence, competence. Here are 9 flawless reasons to subscribe to our blog.

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Managing Your Online Brand and Digital Dirt

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On the other hand, there may be information floating around about you you’d rather was not shared with everyone in the world.

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Are You a Job Hopper? 3 Reasons Why You Can't Stick it Out

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If the description above rings true for you, there could be several things going on. Here are 9 flawless reasons to subscribe to our blog.

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How To Comment On A Blog Post

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A few years ago, I was quite the newbie. You hang out in the shadows and simply read. The more people you will meet. Great blog.

Single Most Important Career Question to Ask Yourself

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What may seem vague and somewhat insignificant to you usually is one of the first things that an employer looks for when evaluating candidates.

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Turning Down a Promotion Without Being Punished

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My Response: I see this situation all the time. Suddenly, the focus changes and they want to be paid the same but only do 40 hours/week of work.

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5 Key Steps to a Cover Letter that Opens Doors

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In fact, some surveys of HR professionals and recruiters have suggested the cover letter—instead of the resume—is what really gets read!

What a Cover Letter Hook Might Encompass

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writers for press releases and sales letters) will be the first to tell you your material needs a hook. For example, mentioning, “Mr.

Avoiding Jargon and Acronyms on Your Resume

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The situation is so bad, every day she writes down a list of terms she doesn’t grasp and asks her assistant to explain them. Type Keywords HERE.

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Career Management: Defining the Process and Purpose

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In order to get the most out of your career, you have to put some effort into caring for it. The map isn’t set in stone. Spot on! Thanks!

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Breaking Bad News to the Boss

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What I am now doing is completely different, so do I try to make the transition within my company, or start fresh elsewhere? Dear J.T.

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Best Of The Blog – Successful Interviewing

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Momentum that propels you to the finish line. How are you in the first five minutes? The First Five Minutes. And a few of mine.

Is Your Resume Ready for a Recruiter?

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You received a call out of the blue from a recruiter who wants to see your resume quickly. Thanks for the timely article, Laura.

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An Action Tip for Dealing with Procrastination

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Make that call today; get it behind you and feel the surge of energy that results from getting it done. Keep the process moving forward.

Personal Branding: How Well Are You “Branded” Amongst Your Contact.

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Try the following idea every once in a while to “research&# and confirm your brand awareness : 1. You’ve made a referral request.

Facebook: The Untapped Job Board

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Open jobs are sometimes posted there before they make it onto the company’s regular web site. Click here » to read more articles by this expert.

Don Goodman

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I am proud to share my over 15 years of career management experience with the followers of CAREEREALISM as an approved expert!

Mandy Cooley

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I am thrilled to share with and coach professionals based on 10+ years in the workplace and career management experience. Type Keywords HERE.

Career Development Feedback? Or Feed-forward?

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Marshall Goldsmith coined the term “feedforward&# as an alternative to feedback. Here are 9 flawless reasons to subscribe to our blog.

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5 Benefits of Creating an Online Portfolio

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Creating your portfolio website allows you to share and showcase your work easily with the employers you’d like to work for. Flavors.me Digg it!

Ampicillin Drug – FDA Checked Pharmacy | Blue Sky Resumes Blog

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Blue Sky Resumes Samples Our Process Our Services Free Resume Help About Blog Blue Sky Blog Blue Sky is social! Twitter Facebook LinkedIn RSS So Much Bad Resume Advice, So Little Time 10 / 20 / 09 Written by Louise Fletcher Comments 13 Tweet it! Which brings me to your resume and the reason for writing this post.

Interview Success Means Getting Your Game Face On

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Your résumé can get you the interview – what you say, how you behave, and the impression you leave is what will get you the offer.

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Dawn Rasmussen

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CAREEREALISM is an invaluable resource for job seekers to find the information needed to take their job search to the next level.

How to Stop Your Resume from Becoming Spam

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flat text) Many of the words above could easily relate to common spam schemes like pharmaceuticals, obscene text, online scams, and the like.