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Job Seekers: Do You Have a Personal Career Advisory Board?

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Wouldn’t it be great to have a team of people you could reach out to and get help from? By building a strong group of personal job search advisors, you can get advice to help you break down the barriers of job search.   

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Do You Need Help from a Professional Resume Writer?

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Do you really need to hire a professional resume writer?

If you don’t have the time, energy or inclination to write your own resume, then hiring a professional resume writer is better than the uninspired document you might come up with.   

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3 Outrageous Job Interview Tactics That Really Work

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Before every job interview, we’re told to be “professional.” But what does that mean, exactly?

To me, “professional” means capable, consistent, and qualified. It does not mean being a cardboard clone of every other applicant being interviewed that day – which I see far too often…   

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Are You REALLY Ready for the Career Fair? [Infographic]

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So many career fairs… so many ill-prepared job seekers.

Even with weeks to prepare, the No. 1 complaint from employers and recruiters after a job fairs? The lack of preparation by the attendees. From improper dress to a limp handshake, and from the lack of an effective elevator pitch and failure to research the exhibiting employers, some job seekers just never seem ready…   

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No One Wants to Help You Find a Job… And How to Change That

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Here you are networking your butt off, going from event to event and conversation to conversation. And now I tell you that, of all the people you’ve talked with, none of them wants to help you find a job.

Yikes.

And sorry to say, it’s the truth.

If you’re frustrated with your networking efforts, it could be you don’t fundamentally understand that sacred truth of the job search.

When I work with job seekers one major goal is to put the networking conversation in context. Here are a couple of key points to keep in mind.   

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