Monthly Archives: May 2010

Smell Smoke? Job Search Burnout

Do smell smoke from job search burnout or did you over-cook your dinner? Here are some signs that you may be experiencing job search burn-out: Stopped applying for jobs because “I am not going to get it, so why apply?” … Continue reading

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Rule of 250

Finding contacts, developing your personal network. Continue reading

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Resumes: 1 vs 2 Pages

For most young alumni, a one page resume is standard. There are always exceptions, but a two page resume should really be an exception rather than the norm. Many young alumni wonder what to keep and what to cut on … Continue reading

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Who is Reading Your Resume?

The first rule in writing is to know your audience—this rule applies to resume writing as well. Too often, we compose a resume to highlight what our major responsibilities at our past experiences with little or no thought given to what … Continue reading

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Who are You? Personal Branding.

I use this blog to offer “insider” tips to those who are struggling to launch a career in this economy. I will provide tips on how to craft a winning resume, nail an interview, find job postings, network effectively, and track your progress in order to help you be successful in your search. Continue reading

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