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Top LinkedIn Job Search Tips Articles

Position Ignition

So - firstly check out our structured LinkedIn Job Search Tips eBook for a good guide you can work through. Ten Ways to Use LinkedIn to Find a Job.

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20 Inconvenient Career Truths

Career Realism

In career coaching, I share inconvenient truths with my clients on a regular basis. I know it’s hard to hear these things but they make you stronger. To get this useful advice and many other helpful career resources, visit us now at Choosing a Career Path Climbing the Ladder Job Search advice blog career expert truths

40 Best Career Counselor Blogs for the Brand New Graduate

Resume Bear

Transitioning from college into full-time work is rarely an easy journey. These blogs we’ve compiled here can do just that. General Career Advice.

Using Email to Promote Your Personal Brand

Careers Done Write

Every time you send out an email, you have the opportunity to promote your personal brand. It will gratify some people and astonish the rest.&#

5 Things That Make You Live Paycheck to Paycheck (and how to fix them)


Living paycheck to paycheck is a perennial problem for millions of Americans. However, it doesn’t have to be that way.

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A Strategy For Job Interviews: Three Themes

Tim's Strategy

Today you’ll get a quicker read than normal. The topic is job interviews. The alternative? You throw everything you’ve got at them.

How to Answer the ‘What Did You Make at Your Last Job?’ Question

JT & Dale Talk Jobs

Dear J.T. & & Dale: I hate the “What did you make at your last job?&# question. What can I do? Christian. J.T.: J.T.: Dale: Perfect.

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4 words to remove from your resume

Ask A Manager

“References available upon request.&#. Do you have this line on the bottom of your resume? If you do, go delete it. Believe me, no one is concerned that you might refuse to provide references upon request. It’s assumed that you will. It’s like saying “phone calls returned upon request.&#. Go take it out! resumes

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Friday’s Feedback

Sklover Working Wisdom

Note : Recently we posted a Newsletter entitled “ Positional Leverage in Workplace Negotiating. which spurred a lot of positive feedback. Shala.

Restarting Your Career

Career Rocketeer

In the current economic realities, we all now know people with work gaps. It’s an issue, but it doesn’t have the hiring stigma it once did.

How Much Follow-up is Too Much?

JT & Dale Talk Jobs

Dear J.T. & & Dale: I’ve been told companies hate it when you keep contacting them after an interview. Cheryl. J.T.: Jeanine “J.T.&#

Cover Letters and Resumes – Does Paper Really Matter?

Boomers Next Step

Okay, you’ve updated your cover letters and resume. Now they are polished, bright and terrific. You’ve paid your local resume guru a few bucks to make sure you’ve got smooth sailing to your next job or career. He wrote you a killer objective statement and put the latest buzz-words into these finely crafted pieces of.

Channel Your VP of Sales and Do a Win/Loss When the Candidate Tells You No.

HR Capitalist

Good sales teams accept losing a deal with class and dignity. Then - they circle back around to do what's known as a win/loss analysis, which is designed to find out why the prospect said no. Was it price? Features? Support? Trust in the Sales Pro? Responsiveness from Sales Pro? Couple of things to keep in mind if you experiment with this: 1.

Employee Engagement and Conversational Fear Busting

David Zinger

Safety trumps fear: Are you creating better conversations for employee engagement? Fear immobilizes. Stated Reasons. Fear. Fear that they may fail.

Job Search Reviews – I Read it on the Web

Career Alley

“ We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.&# – Aristotle. This site helps you find an internship.

The Economics of Re-recruit-ing


It seems to me that after a company recruits, wows, and hires an individual, the recruiting and candidate courting process stops. They are trained.

Psst…We’re All in Sales!

Career Realism

Sales - The moving of goods and services in exchange for value, the top line of the company report. Without sales there is NO company. To get this useful advice and many other helpful career resources, visit us now at Climbing the Ladder advice blog career expert sales