A couple of weeks ago I received a tweet from an excited jobseeker who wrote that she finally got her first 2 interviews after a 6 month drought. We had been corresponding about her struggles to appeal to the hiring managers in her field within her city.
After a few tweets and e-mails and some simple advice on how to enhance her presence, she began working on this tirelessly. As a result, she got the inter
This past Tuesday I had the good fortune to attend a networking event where the guest speaker was 5 time New York Times best selling author Harvey Mackay. His latest book, entitled “Use Your Head To Get Your Foot In The Door” centers around the little things one can do to overcome the challenges of the current depressed job market. In all of his books he has always been consistent in his belief
This past Friday, Labor Secretary Linda Solis delivered an address that gave some hope regarding job creation in the United States. However, she cautioned that we are not out of the woods just yet.
I decided to do some research on the subject because there is always something more to the story.
The bad news is that The U.S. unemployment rate rose to 9.9 percent last month. The silver lining is that this
Earlier this week I received a question from a soon to be college graduate. She stated that she was going to be graduating in the coming month and was wondering if it was the right time to begin her job search?
I almost fell out of my chair. If I knew where she was attending school, I’d seek out her advisor and give them a piece of my mind.
If you are graduating soon and you have yet to begin your job