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The One Thing You Must Do To Get The Job

February 2, 2015 in Interview Tips, Job Tips by newresource

The One Thing You Must Do To Get The Job There are so many rules to finding a job today – more than in the past. Previously, all you needed was a strong network of friends, then there came the Want Ads but they were replaced by online company pages, now you have company pages, job boards, apps and social media.
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What’s Wrong With Your LinkedIn Profile

January 26, 2015 in LinkedIn by newresource

What’s Wrong With Your LinkedIn Profile Toward the end of 2014, I decided to spend less time on some other social media sites and more time on LinkedIn. It is the number 1 professional network with over 230 million users. I’ve learned a lot and there is some really good content being shared on LinkedIn. That’s the good news, but
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4 Things That Cost You The Job (and it’s not your resume)

January 19, 2015 in Career Coaching, Interview Tips, Job Tips by newresource

As much as we want to believe we are judged solely on our skills, education, experience and abilities – it’s just not always true. And unfortunately, the interview process is all about judgment. The hiring decision can be the most costly decision a company can make, and the higher the position the higher the risk. When recruiters and mangers are
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What Does Your Resume Say About You?

January 12, 2015 in Career Coaching, Cover Letters, Resumes by newresource

What Does Your Resume Say About You? Believe it or not, your resume says a lot about you as a person and possible employee. No one likes to be judged however in the job market and hiring game; it’s all about judgment. They want to know as much as possible before making the costly decision to hire you so your
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Why Looking For a Job Sucks (like really bad)

January 5, 2015 in Career Coaching, Interview Tips, Job Tips by newresource

Why Looking For a Job Sucks (like really hard) I don’t know a single person who enjoys looking for a new job…no one at all. I know some that will do it whenever necessary but I don’t know anyone who relishes the experience of looking and finding a new job. The entire process of job hunting sucks. There are many
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A Simple Thank You

November 23, 2014 in Gratitude by newresource

A Simple Thank You I’m feeling especially thankful this year and it’s all because of you. I want to say “thank you” to those that hired me to update their resumes, cover letters and LinkedIn profiles. Thank you to anyone who has referred someone to me for assistance. To those that have emailed me for advice and insight, I want
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Want a job? Get Poached! Recruiters Latest Trend!

November 10, 2014 in Job Tips, Recruitment, Resumes, Uncategorized by newresource

Get Poached! Do you know what that means? No? Well you should because it’s happening to people every day. In fact I am getting more and more of my resume clients report to me that they are being poached. You can’t be poached if you are not accessible. To those of you who know someone who does not “do” social
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Wait Until the New Year or Look Now During the Holiday Season?

November 3, 2014 in Job Tips by newresource

To wait or to keep on looking? It’s a debate that wages on since the dawn of time – okay that’s a bit dramatic; however it is a question that comes around annually. Bam, holiday season hits and we want the warm comforts of blankets, soups, hot chocolates and fests. The productivity level goes down a bit in just about
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Tips You SHOULD Use #JobSeekers #Interviews

October 27, 2014 in Job Tips by newresource

Tips You SHOULD Use #JobSeekers #Interviews Let’s help you get closer to that job you really want. Here some articles I’ve seen in and around the web that are dead on correct. First. When you apply for job, do you know what the recruiter does when they get your resume? Well, check this one out from Susan P. Joyce on
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Rebranding At Any Age

October 16, 2014 in Interview Tips, Job Tips by newresource

Rebranding At Any Age Lately, I have been working with older more experienced people who are looking to either re-enter the job market or transition to something less demanding. One concern that they all seem to have is using their experience without branding themselves as an “old-timer”. The job market can be very fickle – what was heavily desired a
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