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  A Well-Written Resume Versus a Job List
by Robin Schlinger - Nov, 2015
Too many job applicants think of their resume as a list of the jobs they have held and the tasks they have completed over their career. They focus on their old responsibilities and job titles, forgetting the true purpose of a resume: to help them move on to their next job. One of the statements I make over and over in these blog posts is that a resume should be targeted for the job you want, not the job you had. The requir...
 
  Job Search & Career Resources for the 55+ Crowd
by Georgia Adamson - Nov, 2015
Whether you’re in the 55+ job seeker category yet or not, the job search and career resources available for that group will undoubtedly become important to you at some point. That’s especially true if the tendency of too many companies to base their hiring decisions on perceived age-related drawbacks stays as active as it has been in the past. Job Search Challenges for 55+ Job Seekers According to Experience Works (formerl...
 
  LinkedIn Referrals: One More Reason To Properly Optimize Your LinkedIn Profile
by Lisa Rangel - Nov, 2015
LinkedIn announced the rollout of LinkedIn Referrals this week. LinkedIn Referrals, which is being called the next generation of LinkedIn Recruiter, is where recruiters use profiles of their superstar managers and employees to find other applicants with similar traits and expertise to add to the rock star employee roster. So instead of trying to write a candidate profile or job description to capture the essence of that top no...
 
  Recruiters Reveal What They Look For In Applicants
by Stacy Harshman - Nov, 2015
Recently, Jobvite, a recruiting intelligence platform, surveyed 1,404 recruiting and HR professionals from a range of industries on how talent is sourced and what current trends are being seen in the labor market. The survey, conducted in July 2015, reveals how recruiters find candidates, what stumbling blocks they encounter, what they notice most, and how they evaluate candidates. Additionally, the survey included advice on h...
 
  Six Things Your Resume Cannot Do for You
by Robin Schlinger - Nov, 2015
A professionally written resume can spark the interest of hiring managers and recruiters; keep your personal network well informed; and give you the confidence you need to ace an interview. But here are six things your resume cannot do: ◾Your resume cannot get you a job. It can get you phone calls and interviews; but the final result is up to the company who interviews you. ◾Your resume cannot qualify you for...
 
  The First Step To Reinvent Your Career
by Stacy Harshman - Nov, 2015
Ever wished you could reinvent your life or your career? Apparently this desire is quite common. Social psychologist Richard Luker says that “adults are saying not only do I see a more vigorous life, I’m up for it, I’m game, I want to do more. Our research is bearing that out in spades”. Jane Pauley in her book Your Life Calling: Reimaging the Rest of Your Life, states “Today men and women in their forties can reasonably be th...
 
  “Why Should I Hire You?” Here’s How to Answer.
by Louise Fletcher - Nov, 2015
This is the interview question many of us dread. It’s so open-ended and we often feel clueless as to what the interviewer wants to hear. If you’re like a lot of people, you’ll find yourself suddenly tongue-tied when the question comes up. Or you might be one of those folks, like me, who tends to babble when nervous. But it’s important to answer well because interviewers glean a lot from your reaction to this question. They’...
 
  Ace the leadership interview with these top interview questions!
by Rosa Elizabeth Vargas - Oct, 2015
Keep your answers concise and relevant to the needs of your employer. Every single question they will ask you will be with the purpose of measuring you against all the other candidates that are vying for this same career opportunity. Good Luck! 1. Why are you interested in this position? (Translation: What do you know about our company?) 2. Walk me through your resume and tell me what in your resume aligns with what we n...
 
  Career Inspiration for Frequent Job Changers
by Rosa Elizabeth Vargas - Oct, 2015
What if I asked you to step outside of yourself for a moment and imagine coaching YOU! What words of wisdom would you have to impart, if you were interviewing or coaching someone with your career history and qualifications? The answer may surprise you. The following sure surprised and delighted me when I heard it come from the other side of the phone–and, I could ‘feel’ my client’s goosebumps once she realized the power...
 
  4 Steps to Let Go of Your Need for Approval at Work
by Melody Wilding - Oct, 2015
Humans share an innate drive to connect with others. We’re evolutionarily wired to crave inclusion. Eons ago, this was linked with our survival; in pre-historic times, rejection triggered fear. If someone became isolated or was ousted from the group, his or her life would be at risk. Because the consequences of being rejected were so extreme, our brains and behavior adapted to avoid disapproval from others. In fact, research h...
 
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