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    Job Search Guide - The Hidden Job Market
by Debra Feldman and Jenna Connour - Jul, 2015
You’ve exhausted the online job boards. Now what? If you’re a serious job seeker, you know that applying for jobs online may not get you the most desirable or speedy results. Finding unadvertised jobs or accessing the hidden job market is invaluable. These are employment opportunities in which a company doesn’t publically advertise and have openings known only to the hiring manager and company insiders. Debra Feldman, The JobW...
 
    Moving Up the Ladder - Career Roomba Syndrome
by Brad Zomick and Tim Muma - Jul, 2015
It's common for people to bounce around to different jobs throughout their careers, but there comes a point where it can be a problem. Brad Zomick rejoins LJNRadio to talk about the Career Roomba Syndrome, named after the automatic vacuum cleaner that moves around the room with a lack of real direction. Brad tells Tim Muma about the dangers of this syndrome, how to avoid it, and what to do if you find yourself bouncing around...
 
    Moving Up the Ladder - Myth vs. Reality: Career Advancement for Women
by Kathy Caprino and Tim Muma - Jul, 2015
Progress and success are two different things, and the area of women in the workplace might be the best representation of that idea. Part of the disparity lies in the myths and realities of the situation. Joining Tim Muma to separate the truth from fiction is women's success coach Kathy Caprino, founder and president of Ellia Communications. Kathy gives us the details on what you can believe about career advancement for women...
 
    Moving Up the Ladder - Starting an Encore Career
by Chuck Conrad and Tim Muma - Jun, 2015
While most hope they'll enjoy a long, successful career in a field they love, that's not always the case. When an individual wants something more - or different - from their professional ventures, the encore career can be a terrific option. Chuck Conrad, senior financial planner for Szarka Financial, brings his expertise to LJNRadio in examining the most important steps for a successful encore career. Chuck gives Tim Muma the...
 
  5 Steps to Starting a Career Transition
by Kathy Bornheimer - Sep, 2015
5 Steps to Starting a Career Transition Career Transitions have become almost necessary since the beginning of the 21st century. Some people have been doing it since the early 1980’s; others are just going through their first one. As an experienced (and successful) career changer, I’m able to use my own experiences in my Career Coaching practice. The one rule that remains consistent is what I call the ABC step program. When c...
 
  3 Things You Need to Know About LinkedIn
by Jean Cummings - Sep, 2015
LinkedIn is a wonderful resource for career-minded professionals. Here are three things to know as you use LinkedIn: Forget the personal website – LI now has the functionality to richly communicate your personal brand, and it is highly searchable by recruiters and hiring managers. Your LinkedIn profile gives you options for branding yourself across the written word, audio, video, photos, PowerPoint presentations and other d...
 
  Are Your Job Hunting Shoes Stuck in Quicksand?
by Sherri Edwards - Sep, 2015
It’s pretty understandable that people often go into a panic when they lose their job. The tough part is helping them remobilize and develop a plan for what happens next, instead of taking wild potshots at job postings in their quest to become reemployed. Many times a candidate gets so focused on “getting a job” that they start to believe they will magically find and secure a job in one stroke. (Imagine a hunter with a spear f...
 
  When to NOT Answer a Call from Recruiter
by Jean Cummings - Sep, 2015
The other day I was in the zone! I was laser focused on writing a high-impact, succinct, and ATS-friendly resume for a client with a very high-powered career in a fast-changing, highly complex industry. My mind was bearing down to understand deeply and then put into a very few words the value and power of what he brings to the table. Then, cut to next scene! My iPhone rings. Usually I have the sense to not answer my work ph...
 
  4 Reasons You Need to Grow More Socially Savvy & 4 Tips to Get You There
by Lisa Rangel - Aug, 2015
How you present yourself to others in the business world speaks volumes, and easily can be the most intimidating part of any job. People often form first impressions about you and the company you represent within seconds of meeting you. This is why it’s necessary to ensure that you interact well with others to enhance your brand. Developing relationships is the key to developing business internally and externally. Personali...
 
  Resume Tips IV: Explaining Your Career
by Robin Schlinger - Aug, 2015
Before hiring managers and recruiters can offer you a new job, they have to understand your old job. For example, if hiring managers or recruiters never heard of the company you work for, they might find it impossible to judge your contribution or your fit for their own company. What industry did you work in? How large was the company you worked for? What did the company produce or what service did it perform? By including...
 
  Do you know why you are unemployed?
by Sherri Edwards - Aug, 2015
If you are thinking this is a dumb question, you may want to think again. Unless you are aware of the circumstances that led to your layoff or termination and are also very clear about your current market value, you’ll be unable to craft a strategy for moving forward. Although statistics may show there are more jobs available this year, what you actually do and how you do it will play a significant part in determining whether...
 
  Job-Search Analysis: Learn How to Job-Search like a Professional!
by Sharon Cohen - Aug, 2015
This week, I presented a webinar for business professionals on "How to Access the Hidden Job market." Within a few minutes of the presentation, I realized that there was a high level of frustration and discouragement with job search. So, I decided to take this webinar back to it's roots. I offered to do a live demonstration of a Job-Search Analysis and open the job search process to the group. Two of the webinar attendees...
 
  Why Interviews are Just Like Texas Hold 'Em Poker: Strategic Moves!
by Sharon Cohen - Aug, 2015
Strategic Moves! •Learn how to work with the cards you've been dealt. •Consider 'future cards' and future opportunities •Placing bets: what are your odds? •Survive multiple rounds and multiple interviews to get to the finish line and the job offer! Let's begin from the "flop." From the flop on, betting begins with the player to the dealer’s left, who can check or bet. When the employer has narrowed down the i...
 
  Resume Tips III: Balancing Accomplishments with Reality
by Robin Schlinger - Aug, 2015
I know that we all face contradictory feelings about our accomplishments: sometimes we boast about them and sometimes we hide them; sometimes we are annoyed because no one recognizes them and sometimes we demand recognition we barely deserve. Those contradictory sentiments often show up in the resumes that job applicants bring to me for my professional review and rewrite. A recent college graduate started out his resume...
 
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