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How twitter got me hired | Resumebear Online Resume

Resume Bear

Twitter is not just for talking about your dog or your lunch. Tens of thousands of businesses are using twitter, quite a few of which are using it to help in their search for new employees – and that means there is some great

10 tips for using Twitter in your job search

Position Ignition

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The Art of Job Search – Recruiters

Career Alley

“A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step” – Lao-tsu. There is always lots of debate about what percentage of jobs are filled by recruiters versus through someone you know. For me, almost every job I've had (and I've

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Warning! 3 Things that Really Shouldn't Be on Your Resume

The Undercover Recruiter

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That time I got a typewritten resume…

Corn on the Job

Never use a typewriter for a resume, how to write a resume, the best way to write a resume, how to NOT write a resume, never use a resume

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When you're feeling lost, don't hide | Penelope Trunk's Brazen.

Penelope Trunk

Feeling lost is part of being great. If you are forging your own path then you are often lost. Because you have not seen this route before. I wrote my book

7 Ways to Prove Your Worth on Your Resume (With Examples)

Blue Sky Resumes

I just read a great post by Jonathan Fields over on Awake@theWheel about the 7 types of proof clients/customers need before they will buy a product or service. And as I was reading, it struck me that his advice also applies to resume

Special Guest Post – 4 Essentials For Your Job Search Travel Bag

Career Alley

Please visit a special guest post of mine on Jobmob: 4 Essentials For Your Job Search Travel Bag. Good luck in your search. Related posts: Job Search – The Best Job Search Sites – Vol 1; Job Search – Great Ideas I Never Had

C-level Job Search: Blogging? What Am I Going To Write About?

Executive Career Brand

C-level Job Search: Blogging? What Am I Going To Write About? is a post from: Executive Career Brand. I encourage my clients to get involved with blogging in some way. Even a focused strategy of regular commenting and guest blogging on

Why Do I Have to go to Mandatory Counseling

Evil HR Lady

Sometimes policies are just ridiculous, but as long as they are relatively harmless, just grin and bear it. Even if it involves a mandatory counseling session. Here's why. Why Do I Have to go to Mandatory Counseling? Photo by Joe Houghton , Flickr cc 2.0

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September is International Update Your Resume Month

Jennifer Anthony

By Jennifer Anthony. International Update Your Resume Month by Career Directors International (CDI). September is a time for new beginnings. New clothing, new school year, new resume. That's right; Career Directors International has

Now on YouTube

The Job Quest

Well, it was something that I figured should happen at some point, and Heather Coleman of the Ferndale Career Center (FCC) got me off my rear gave me the project I needed to get on YouTube. She had sent a message to a number of us

“Can having a business website 'on the side' be reason for.

Sklover Working Wisdom

Question: I was relieved from my job today for no reason, only to find out it was because I have a website to start a business of my own on the side. There is no conflict of interest between my website and what was my position

Why Do I Have to go to Mandatory Counseling

Evil HR Lady

Sometimes policies are just ridiculous, but as long as they are relatively harmless, just grin and bear it. Even if it involves a mandatory counseling session. Here's why. Why Do I Have to go to Mandatory Counseling

THE NEW TAX CODE AND YOU! GET READY FOR STICKER SHOCK! | Resume.

Resume Help Blog

In just two months, on January 1, 2011, the largest tax hikes in the history of America will take effect. They will hit families and small businesses in three great waves. On January 1, 2011, here's what happens. read it to the end

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Career Lessons from Goldilocks

Career Makeover Coach

Remember the tale about Goldilocks…After getting lost in the forest she stumbles across a cottage where she finds porridge, a rocking chair and a bed. For everything she finds, she has to do a little trial and error to get just the

Friday Feedback

Sklover Working Wisdom

Dear Alan: I saw your video regarding Performance Improvement Plans and have to say I am very impressed. Also, I got a few people who view your site and a lot of them want to see a place where they can donate money for your service

Hiring for Diversity, Pt4: “Overqualified People” | Hiring.

Hiring Technical People

So I've spoken about women and other kinds of traditional diversity, personality and experience, new grads, and now it's time to discuss a difficult topic. What about “overqualified” people? People who have tons of experience are

Dodging the Age (And Any Other Discrimination) Bullet in a Job Search

Jennifer Anthony

By Dawn Rasmussen. Employers are not willing to admit it, but discrimination happens all the time during the search for a candidate to fill an open position. Most candidates don't realize that there are clues that they provide every

Are You Trying To Make Your Employees' Lives MIserable?

Evil HR Lady

White uniforms for people who deal with bodily fluid all day? What other things do managers do that make their employees lives miserable? Are You Trying to Make Your Employees' Lives Miserable

Job Seeking Tips from a PR Pro

The Job Quest

From time to time, I read a blog called PR Pro Tips, and it dawned on me that many of these suggestions have great applications to the job search. For example, I love Tip #148: Your Jedi mind tricks will not work on me

“Can an employer delay accepting an employee's resignation?”

Sklover Working Wisdom

Question: How can a firm delay acceptance of a resignation after the expiration of the notice period? I gave notice of resignation but my employer has ignored it. I have kept working, without complaining

5 Tips To Capturing The Job With A Thank You Letter

Jennifer Anthony

By Laura Smith-Proulx. Is there any other interviewing technique that will set you apart like a Thank You Letter? Possibly not-some studies show that only 20% of candidates remember to send one, and of that figure, nearly 80% get hired

Exempt vs Non-exempt: Does My Status Change if I'm Handing Out Name Tags?

Evil HR Lady

Handing out name tags certainly doesn't require creative, independent or managerial skills. So, does your status change to non-exempt when you're working the desk at a convention? Exempt vs Non-exempt: Does My Status Change if I'm Handing Out Name Tags? Photo by Richard Moross , Flickr cc 2.0

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Thousands of Job Openings in Financial Services

Career Alley

Smart Money. “I I don't have a bank account because I don't know my mother's maiden name.” Paula Poundstone. If you work in the financial services industry, the bad news is that it was hit the hardest from the recent financial crisis

“Am I entitled to commissions on sales that took place before I.

Sklover Working Wisdom

Question: My part-time job paid me a base salary plus a 3% commission on all sales. I was recently fired due to taking too much time off for the death of my father and my knee surgery. Am I entitled to my commissions on sales that

It's Not About You

Jennifer Anthony

By Jennifer Anthony. The first documents that a potential employer holds in his hands from you should be a well-crafted cover and a professionally prepared resume. Before you write the resume that you hope will land you an interview

Exempt vs Non-exempt: Does My Status Change if I'm Handing Out.

Evil HR Lady

Handing out name tags certainly doesn't require creative, independent or managerial skills. So, does your status change to non-exempt when you're working the desk at a convention? Exempt vs Non-exempt: Does My Status Change if I'm

Be Prepared to Perform at the Next Job Interview

Competitive Resumes

Show and Tell is just a game I play when I want to say I love you  Al Wilson, #1 Pop Song for 6 weeks in 1973. Job Interviews are no longer the cat and dog chase. It is more than a discussion about a job seekers track record, resume

Sklover's Thought for the Work Week

Sklover Working Wisdom

“I love the idea that Picasso used to just sit and stare at an empty canvas for 12 hours straight. If you keep staring at the canvas, the hope is something or someone will come to mind.” - Al Pacino. At work, it happens all the time

Change of season-change of career?

Position Ignition

Are You Trying To Make Your Employees' Lives MIserable?

Evil HR Lady

White uniforms for people who deal with bodily fluid all day? What other things do managers do that make their employees lives miserable? Are You Trying to Make Your Employees' Lives Miserable

A Fresh Look at Job Search

Career Alley

“The superior man is modest in his speech, but excels in his actions.” – Confucius. You know the old saying – “the only thing that is constant is change” and that is exactly what the Internet is all about. Job search is no different

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