One of the best ways to keep your job hunt fresh and get the best new information is signing up for newsletters from the career experts. I wrote earlier this year about six of my favorites. Let’s add five more. These represent some of the sharpest, freshest career advice out there. Check it out hereContinue reading “Weekly Roundup: 5 Must-Read Job Search Newsletters”
Long-term unemployment is devastating, slowly crushing the job seeker on many levels. The physical, psychological and financial tolls are steep and dramatic. While the number of US long-term jobless has dropped from nearly 4.5 million a year ago to just over 3 million today, the impact on those not working is still frightening I wroteContinue reading “Weekly Roundup: Fighting Back Against Long-Term Unemployment”
Chances are you will get fired at some point in your career. Call it laid off, terminated, restructured or downsized. Whatever you want to call it, it means you no longer have a job and must face the painful emotional and financial challenges. The impact can be devastating if you allow it, but there areContinue reading “Weekly Roundup: Getting Fired & Getting Back In The Game”
How do you boil your career down into one or two concise, compelling pages? How can you craft the perfect resume? This is possibly the most confounding and tricky piece of the job search. HR or the hiring manager will likely judge your resume in seconds. Get it right and you may wind up onContinue reading “Weekly Roundup: Five Steps To A Better Resume”
Check out five great pieces of career advice I found this week in Week 4 of a new column I am writing for AOL Jobs.
Week 3 of a new column I am writing for AOL Jobs. Five awesome pieces of career advice I read this week.
Here is week two of a new column I am writing for AOL Jobs. Five more awesome pieces of career advice I read this week.
While I didn’t write the somewhat extreme headline, I did write the rest of the piece about learning to adapt and embrace change with confidence at AOL Jobs.
Five awesome pieces of career advice I read this week. Here’s something new I will be writing weekly for AOL Jobs. Check it out here
Is the definitive book on job search still relevant in 2014? I wrote about Richard N. Bolles’ iconic book on job search and career change for AOL Jobs