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    I Want to Be a - Interior Designer
by Alvin Heitmann and Cady Chesney - May, 2015
Interior designers are creative, imaginative, artistic individuals who combine an aesthetic vision with practical skills to create functional living spaces. Working in both commercial and residential areas, interior designers must have knowledge of the materials and products used to furnish a space, along with knowledge of how texture, color, lighting and other factors play into a well-designed space. Alvin Heitmann, Design Co...
 
    Moving Up the Ladder - Expert Negotiating Tips
by Jeffrey Loewenstein and Tim Muma - May, 2015
Negotiating can be a terribly uneasy and stressful activity, especially when a sale is on the line, you're looking to land a new job, or you're trying to get a raise. Jeffrey Loewenstein, Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior at the University of Illinois, brings LJNRadio his experienced perspective on the keys to successful negotiations. Jeffrey is a recognized expert in negotiating strategy, and he gives Tim Muma de...
 
    Classroom to Boardroom - Job Hunting Survival Tips for Collegians
by Christy Palfy and Tim Muma - May, 2015
Trying to land a job out of college has changed in the last decade. In some ways it's easier to find the best career path, but other factors have increased the challenge. Christy Palfy, recruiting manager for Progressive Insurance, gives listeners inside knowledge of the best ways to find a great job to start their career. Christy shares her personal knowledge and experience, having hired college graduates and countless talent...
 
    Employment Notebook - Ethics in Journalism
by Robert Drechsel and Tim Muma - May, 2015
Though it's often listed as one of the more important traits, ethical behavior in the workplace and in business is often questioned. Among all the fields, however, ethics may be most vital in journalism as people put their trust in what is said and written. Robert Drechsel, Director of Center for Journalism Ethics at the University of Wisconsin, gives Tim Muma the inside scoop on how stories are chosen, discussed and placed ac...
 
  What Recruiters Are Looking For In An Executive LinkedIn Profile
by Louise Garver - Apr, 2015
LinkedIn statistics reveal that there are 347 million users as of February, 2015 with a geographical reach to 200 countries and territories. A LinkedIn statistics report also said that about 40% of these users check LinkedIn daily, with 30 million views of LinkedIn member pages. Whether you are an executive job seeker or a recruiter, that’s a pretty big social media pool to tap. Even if you are not actively looking for you...
 
  When You Don’t Get The Job: 4 Tips To Help You Bounce Back
by Caroline Dowd-Higgins - Apr, 2015
Your resume is well polished. Your LinkedIn profile finely-tuned. You land the interview, and you’re hitting it off with everyone you meet. Then you’re called back for a second…then a third interview…you’re feeling like you’ve really got this! Then the waiting begins…followed by more waiting. And then the news…”We’ve decided to go a different direction.” Paul Freiberger, author of When Can You Start? Ace the Job Interview A...
 
  Your Resume and Your Portfolio
by Robin Schlinger - Apr, 2015
I have many clients in creative careers that demand online or print portfolios: writers, graphic artists, photographers and web designers, among others. When hiring managers or recruiters look at job applicants for communications or design positions, they expect to see samples of previous work at some point. Any creative person about to engage in a job search should make sure to accumulate physical or electronic samples of...
 
  Job Searches: Dealing with the Wrong Kind of Help
by Robin Schlinger - Apr, 2015
As much as you may wish to keep private your lack of work or your unhappiness with your current job, the people who care about you will notice. In many ways that is a good thing. When they become a part of your job search team, you have more chances of finding someone who needs an employee just like you. But how do you ensure that well-meaning friends and family offer the right kind of help? Here are some frustrating job searc...
 
  Unemployed? 3 Suggestions for a Powerful Executive LinkedIn Profile
by Lisa Rangel - Apr, 2015
How to handle your employment status on your LinkedIn profile when you are unemployed is a question many executives ask when they are in between positions. One major issue you may run into is that your status may drop when you do not have a “to present” position listed on your profile. For example, if you have an end date for your last position on your LinkedIn profile and you do not have a current position, your status may...
 
  Long-Term Unemployment Challenges
by Georgia Adamson - Apr, 2015
I’ve had a few clients over the years that have gotten caught up in the Never-Never Land of long-term unemployment, and to say that it’s stressful and disturbing for them is a gross understatement. While I doubt a “magic bullet” exists that will fix the problem effortlessly, I do believe some pointers and potentially hopeful signs can be found to encourage those job seekers. Companies that Discriminate Against Long-Term Un...
 
  Executive Job Search: What Does It Really Take?
by Abby Locke - Apr, 2015
You are energized, excited, positive and motivated – you have finally made up your mind to find a new job and you are off to a great start. Fast forward to 3 months, 6 months and even 18 months later. How do you feel? What is your energy like? Are you still excited about the possibilities. Starting a new job search is like starting a new relationship. It requires us to be open, to be vulnerable, take chances even at the...
 
  How to Keep Going When the Job Search is Getting You Down
by Melody Wilding - Apr, 2015
Looking for a new job is filled with constant emotional highs and lows. Battling the fear of the unknown (will you ever find a job?) is enough to make anyone feel frustrated, anxious, and downright bummed. Job hunting is an intense process that can seriously mess with your mood. For most people, your career is closely linked to your identity, so you may feel like searching for a job is like searching for a piece of yourself...
 
  Salary: 7 Tips To Help You Ask for What You Want
by Caroline Dowd-Higgins - Mar, 2015
Salary negotiation…it’s right up there with root canals and tax audits in the minds of many. There’s no doubt, it can be challenging to be in the negotiating “hot seat”. In a recent study conducted by PayScale.com, 31,000 people were surveyed about salary negotiation, and over half responded that they had never asked for a raise. The most common reasons given for not negotiating included: feeling “uncomfortable”; and feelin...
 
  What if you Quit your Job and Want to Come Back?
by Stacy Harshman - Mar, 2015
The call I dreaded came. Jim, a long-term employee of 17 years, had just given his notice to quit my organization. His job would be hard to fill because he had an excellent track record and his team loved him. A month later, I received word that Jim expressed interest in coming back. If you find yourself in this unexpected position, below are some questions to consider. 1. Why did you leave?- You left your job for a reason...
 
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