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One Column Jobseekers Must Read

One Column Jobseekers Must Read

My one “must read” for jobseekers is Corner Office, in the New York Times, by Adam Bryant. If you don’t have a subscription, use your free article reads for the month on this column.  Or go to the library and read them there. Every week on Sunday, on the inside front cover of the New... ...Continue Reading

Infographic on Workplace Discrimination and Its Negative Consequences

Please check out this great infographic on the costs of workplace discrimination, from Compliance And Safety. This site has other great infographics about workplace safety topics. Featured By: Compliance and Safety   ...Continue Reading
My Top 5 Job Search Resources

My Top 5 Job Search Resources

Information gathering is probably the single most important strategy for a successful job search. To find the job that’s right for you – and LAND IT! – you need information about: Yourself – your skills, talents, abilities, expertise, preferences, work style, measurable results and impact, passions, what you love to do and do well Jobs... ...Continue Reading

Recommended Reading

Ending one job and looking for or starting another? You’re in transition. Read William Bridges’ book Transitions. You can buy it here. ...Continue Reading

Now Available: Free E-Book to Finding Your “RightFit” Job

Now available is my e-book Your “Right Fit” Job: Guide to Finding Work You Love. The guide is like having me coach you through your job search process. You will follow the same step-by-step process I use with people who get the jobs they really want. Your “Right Fit” Job is based on two main... ...Continue Reading

Free e-book – with one catch!

I’m offering a free e-book called Your “Right Fit” Job: Guide to Finding Work You Love, to anyone who wants it. The book is based on my very successful approach to job search. There’s only one catch: I need your e-mail address to send you the book. The process is to request the book via... ...Continue Reading

Now Available! Your “RightFit” Job: Guide to Finding Work You Love

Now available is my e-book Your “Right Fit” Job: Guide to Finding Work You Love. The guide is like having me coach you through your job search process. You will follow the same step-by-step process I use with people who get the jobs they really want. Your “Right Fit” Job is based on two main... ...Continue Reading

Target The Work and Job You Want

Here’s the story of one woman I helped. S is an architect specializing in commercial interiors for financial services companies. She decided that she wanted to move into biotech or pharma. S lives in Boston and the market up there for architects is abysmal. Plus she’s well over 50 years old. So she was getting... ...Continue Reading

We Don’t Need College For All Jobs

Dr. Laurence Shatkin, Ph.D., is one of the nation’s leading occupational experts and co-author of the book 300 Best Jobs Without a Four-Year Degree. This brief article provides a link to buy the book and learn about more than the 10 listed below: Veterinary Technologists and Technicians Medical Assistants Social and Human Service Assistants Physical... ...Continue Reading

11 Ways to Approach Job Search

Click here to read an article with some great short things to do and remember during your job search from the Five O’Clock Club (a national career coaching and outplacement organization. ...Continue Reading

New POW! Book by Andy Nulman

Andy Nulman is giving away 200 copies of his new book Pow! Right Between the Eyes! on his site at www.typepad.com. It looks like a really good take on marketing, catching people’s attention, using the power of surprise to grab people’s attention so they will look more closely at your product or service. ...Continue Reading

How to Land a Job in this Market

I heartily endorse the sentiments in this article: www.thirdage.com/career-transitions/10-winning-ways-to-land-the-job-you-want ...Continue Reading