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Top 5 Career Options for People Who Love Food (guest post)

I led an anti-hunger non-profit (City Harvest in NYC) for 11 years, and got to know a lot about the food industry. So when Jennie Bharaj proposed writing about careers in the food industry, I said “yes!”  One of the links is for ex-pat chef jobs in India, as a reminder that food careers exist... ...Continue Reading

How to Find a Job: Give Yourself a Break

Some of my job seeking clients feel they cannot take any time off from the search or they will miss an opportunity. They are aided in this thinking by those who say “you must make job seeking a full-time job!” The implication is that if you don’t push yourself hard, you won’t find a job. Add... ...Continue Reading
4 Attitudes of Job Finders: Change Your Mind to Help Your Job Search

4 Attitudes of Job Finders: Change Your Mind to Help Your Job Search

Some people seem to get a new job pretty easily, while others seem to get stuck. Why are some people JOB FINDERS, instead of always JOB SEEKERS? After talking with many job seekers over the years, I’ve identified some of the characteristics of those who succeed.  Here they are in no particular order: 1.  Persistence. The... ...Continue Reading
How to Assemble A Job Search Team

How to Assemble A Job Search Team

Job search may feel like a lonely task.  Yet you cannot succeed alone.  At very least, you need an employer to hire you. Do many job seekers intentionally create a team to support their job search, however? Often, we look back and see that we had people who supported us. Imagine how much more effective... ...Continue Reading
How to Dress for Interviews at Different Kinds of Workplaces

How to Dress for Interviews at Different Kinds of Workplaces

A first impression sets the stage for how people will perceive you as a candidate for that job you really want.  Wearing clothes that fit and match the setting will give you more confidence in your interview. Thanks to my colleagues at TM Lewin, a British clothing brand, you now know how you can dress... ...Continue Reading
Guest Post:  5 Tools Every Job Seeker Should Know About

Guest Post: 5 Tools Every Job Seeker Should Know About

As my readers know, I rarely run guest posts for 2 reasons: I have a specific viewpoint about job search that is not always shared by others, and I have high standards in terms of content and writing. So it’s a pleasure for me to run this guest post. I hope it is useful! Essential... ...Continue Reading
Access the "Hidden Job Market" Through Networking

Access the “Hidden Job Market” Through Networking

You’ve probably seen them:  postings for jobs that have a really short application window.  Can they really expect enough qualified applicants?  Or perhaps you’ve run across a posting that actually says “an internal candidate has been identified for this job.”  Can they really expect outsiders to apply? These are signs of what’s called the “hidden... ...Continue Reading
You're Graduating! What to Look for in Your First Job (infographic)

You’re Graduating! What to Look for in Your First Job (infographic)

Graduations from college and university will take up much of the month of May.  Many graduates have lined up summer jobs, or their first full-time job, while others are still searching.  Regardless of where you are in your search, it may be helpful to look at the infographic in this post (courtesy of my colleagues... ...Continue Reading
How to Manage Your Expectations in Job Search

How to Manage Your Expectations in Job Search

This is the way of job search – hope and then disappointment, followed by hope, followed by disappointment, followed eventually by landing a job. Yet every step you take brings you closer to the right job for you.  I’ve seen it happen time and again. When people are in the midst of the search and... ...Continue Reading
Job Search Affirmations #2

Job Search Affirmations #2

Born from hard experience, these affirmations do two main things for job seekers: offer hope, confidence and comfort, helping you escape the anxiety and desperation that so often accompany job search guide you to actions you can take to be more effective in your job search I developed many of these for myself when I... ...Continue Reading
Position Yourself for a Career Transition

Position Yourself for a Career Transition

If you are hoping to transition from one career to another, I have some tips for you based on my experience working with many clients who’ve moved from one field to another. Here’s a story about one of my clients who I helped cross the bridge from one career to another. My client had recently... ...Continue Reading
9 Reasons to Cultivate Your Curiosity, Jobseeker!

9 Reasons to Cultivate Your Curiosity, Jobseeker!

“Cats have 9 lives.” “Curiosity killed the cat, satisfaction brought it back.” Cats want to know about everything.  I have 2.  They are always looking out the windows to see what’s going on outside.  And both sniff and paw at grocery bags, packages, boxes, flowers, and other things I bring in from the outside.  Sometimes they... ...Continue Reading
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