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Tips to Beat the Summer Job Searching Doldrums

Tips to Beat the Summer Job Searching Doldrums 150 150 Jasmine Giffen

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is your resume hitting it out of the park

Is your resume striking out or knocking it out of the park?

Is your resume striking out or knocking it out of the park? 849 566 Donna

The job seeker steps up to the plate. You can feel the determination coming off of him like waves spreading across the field. The HR manager pitches the job, a hard fast ball that flies past the job seeker, who just misses it. Setting up for the second pitch now, a deceiving curve ball.  The job seeker swings hard and…

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Spring has sprung (almost)

Spring has sprung (almost) 864 556 Donna

Spring may not “officially” be in season quite yet, but that all changes this upcoming weekend. Soon there will be fluffy bunnies, robins, flowers in bloom and leaves on the trees that spent their winter dormant waiting for this moment. We humans have a tendency to “hibernate” in the winter seasons, preferring to stay indoors where it is nice and…

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A most triumphant job search

A most triumphant job search 580 883 Donna

“Bill: Ted, while I agree that, in time, our band will be most triumphant, the truth is, Wyld Stallyns will never be a super band until we have Eddie Van Halen on guitar. Ted: Yes, Bill. But, I do not believe we will get Eddie Van Halen until we have a triumphant video. Bill: Ted, it’s pointless to have a…

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Job hunting: is it a wasteland?

Job hunting: is it a wasteland? 150 150 Donna

I just saw “Mad Max: Fury Road” (George Miller / Village Roadshow Pictures, 2015) for the first time yesterday. (I know, it hit theaters forever ago, but I never took the chance to go see it in the theater.) It reminded me of some people’s job search when they call our office.   Often times, these job seekers have been…

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3 ways to make your summer job search suck less

3 ways to make your summer job search suck less 150 150 Donna

Motivation can be hard to come by, especially when trying to hunt down the job you love in the middle of summer when all you really want to do is go out camping, swimming or to your favorite theme park. There are always more fun things to do than sitting in-front of your computer tap-tap-tapping away while your friends are…

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Have You Noticed That There Have Been More Job Postings Lately?

Have You Noticed That There Have Been More Job Postings Lately? 424 283 Donna

Because of the time of year it is, there are more job postings. Summer is almost officially over, the kids are back in school and employers are ready to hire. September always sees a surge in posted jobs that last into October. When you take that into account, it becomes absolutely critical if you are looking for a job to…

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Not sure what job is best for you? Check these free research tools

Not sure what job is best for you? Check these free research tools 150 150 Donna

As a career coach, I don’t do a lot of career exploration for people.  I offer the practical tools to land the job, once the target is known.  However, if you are trying to determine what kind of job might interest you, check out these free research tools… www.MyNextMove.org Sponsored by the federal government, MyNextMove allows you to explore different…

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A career lesson from Alice in Wonderland: Where do you want to go?

A career lesson from Alice in Wonderland: Where do you want to go? 150 150 Donna

One day Alice came to a fork in the road and saw a Cheshire cat in a tree. “Which road do I take?” she asked. “Where do you want to go?” was his response. “I don’t know,” Alice answered. “Then,” said the cat “it doesn’t matter.” ~ Lewis Carroll How many times have people let their career just “happen,” instead…

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Important websites for your career search

Important websites for your career search 150 150 Donna

In the ongoing search for employment, it is important to know more websites than just Monster, CareerBuilder and Indeed.com.  An effective job search often involves research into what kinds of jobs would suit you best, or access to jobs that highlight transferable skills. Following are some site that can help you not only find a job, but may lead to…

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