Category Archive: blogging

5 Things HR Wants You To Know

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Knowledge is power. The only way to maneuver through this job market is by listening to the voice of hiring professionals.  I love my job at Pace University, which has brought about collaboration with hiring managers and recruiters. They offer feedback when I place interns or post company vacancies. I also have access to their remarks …

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Job Search in a Nutshell: The 3 Must-Do’s

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Last year I won 1st place in JobMob’s 2011 blogging contest. This year’s article not only won a Grand Prize, but was also voted ‘Most Liked’. It was written for job seekers to maximize on the use of their time, energy, and resources.  Get started on these 3 must-do’s and take your job search in the …

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The ‘Job Search Trio’: Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn

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Networking face to face in a job search by getting out of the house and meeting people is a necessity. Now pairing that with a social media strategy only increases your chances of getting hired faster. You should build a professional image that markets your skill set and is in sync with where you want …

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Give the Gift of your Blog: What’s the Story You Want to Share?

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We all have a story of what brought us to our relationships, pastimes, and where we are in our career.  Our stories are part serendipity, a bit of providence, and a whole lot of positive/negative actions and reactions.  That’s what makes each blog unique, and the underlying theme is what connects the reader to the …

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10 Things To Do While In-Between Jobs: 1st Place in JobMob’s 2011 International Career Blogging Contest

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THIS BLOG WON 1ST PLACE IN THE JOBMOB 2011 INTERNATIONAL BLOGGING CONTEST Remember that the situation you are now in is not permanent.  You will not remain in the unemployment phase indefinitely.  You are simply in-between jobs and while waiting, there are 10 things you can do to stay positive and proactive while waiting to …

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