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  Why You Don't Have to Be an
by Marcia Robinson - Mar, 2011
After a dozen years of working with new college graduates to launch careers, I know that college graduates don't have to be "A" students to get a job after graduation. One graduating senior told me years ago that since he knew employers hired "A" students for jobs first, his strategy was to hang back until after the "A" students got their jobs after graduation. Surprisingly, many graduating seniors think this way. College...
 
  Women Still Earn Less Than Men in Pink Collar Jobs
by Marcia Robinson - Mar, 2011
What does it say about our society when women still earn less than men even in pink collar jobs which are supposed to be the "ideal" jobs for women? Who would have guessed that 100 years after the first International Women's Day was recognized, women would still earn less than men, for doing the exact same job. How much less you ask? Women earn less than men by about 20%. This was revealed in a 2009 Bureau of Labor Stat...
 
  Networking: Business cards are NOT optional
by Hallie Crawford - Mar, 2011
A few years ago, I was giving a presentation at a Re:Focus on Careers event (this is a great networking group by the way). A man who was job searching came up to me and we started talking. He was asking me questions, and when I asked for his contact information, he had to scribble his name on a ripped up piece of paper. I wasn’t even in a position to hire him and I was not impressed. Imagine doing that same thing with a prospe...
 
  FAQ - GetHired!™ - Job Search Strategies
by GetHired!™ - Mar, 2011
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS - JOB SEARCH Q: Should I upload my resume in a database? How do I do it? Uploading your resume in a resume database may suit some job seekers and may not suit others. On our web sites, you can select three settings when you upload your resume – private, available to direct employers, or available to all employers. For many job seekers, setting as public will get them the...
 
  GetHired!™ Guide Chapter 3 - Basic Resume Writing
by GetHired!™ - Mar, 2011
BASIC RESUME WRITING The most important tool in a job search is your resume, yet it is also perhaps the most misunderstood. Having a great resume is essential in a job search – it’s the primary communication tool to the stakeholders involved in the hiring process. A resume is: A summary of your employment and educational history A tool used to get an interview A resume is NOT: A ch...
 
  Be Yourself On Interviews
by Deborah Brown-Volkman - Mar, 2011
Interviews are stressful and scary. Will you they like you? Will you wear the right thing, say the right thing, or just get the whole thing right? When I speak to my clients about why they did not get a job they wanted, they tell me they were nervous. They could do the job and do it well, but the interviewer didn't see it. Or, them. If this is happening to you, and companies aren't seeing the real you, it's because you ar...
 
  Practice Makes Perfect
by Wendy Enelow - Mar, 2011
Point seven of my Ten Steps to Interview Preparation is to “practice aloud with answers to predictable questions.” After all, as the adage says, “practice makes perfect.” Some of you may be thinking “why bother?” Consider this: although networking or a great resume can land you an interview, it is your interview skills that land you a job offer. Furthermore, it is not always the most qualified candidate who lands the job of...
 
  Strengths/Weakness' SWOT: What's Hot, What's Not for Interview Success!
by Sharon Cohen - Mar, 2011
*About to interview for your dream job? *Rarely make it to the 2nd interview? *Want to get a leg up on the competition, but don't know what to do? Use a SWOT analysis to guide your company research and create stellar, interview answers! As an MBA Career Counselor at Robinson College, one of the largest business schools in the USA, I know first-hand, how competitive the job market really is. At our Career Center, we wo...
 
  Tips for After Your Job Interview
by Hallie Crawford - Mar, 2011
I was recently privileged to give a presentation at Agnes Scott. I was approached at the end of the event by a woman named Kelly who had just been on a job interview a few days prior. She came up to me and said gI havenft heard from them yet, is that a bad sign?!h I told her she needed to relax, worrying doesnft help, and it sounded like she was making an assumption. It had only been a few days since shefd had the job int...
 
  Tips for times of transition: Part 1 – Career marketing strategies for job seekers
by Dawn Bugni - Mar, 2011
Recently, Twitter friend Bridget Haymond, of Truth for Life Coaching, approached me to collaborate on putting together handouts for participants of a job search seminar being held at her church — Grace Covenant Church, in Charlotte, NC. I happily obliged. With Bridget’s permission, I’ll also share the information we created together with my blog readers. Here’s the first in a series of four posts addressing: Tips for times of...
 
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