Tip #1 Psst, Hey Buddy… Wanna Hot Job?
Job search advice is almost as plentiful as weight loss [Read More]
Tip #2 The Bogus “Informational Interview”
Here’s one example of the phony advice being offered to [Read More]
Tip #4 Job Search Do-Nots
1. The Candidate did not adopt a committed, passionate, "failure [Read More]
Tip #5 Understanding Your Competition
You are graduating into a very competitive job market. You [Read More]
Tip #7 Play to Your Own Strengths
Assess your aptitude for particular careers before you look for [Read More]
Tip #11 The Rules for Writing Goals – Be S.M.A.R.T.
Consider downloading your goals to your phone, tablet, or MP3 [Read More]
Tip #14 Job Fairs – Beauty Contests or Guerilla Marketing?
Many students limit their initial job search to companies attending [Read More]
Tip #15 The Virtual Wastebasket of Emailed Resumes
There are 56,000,000 resumes on the Internet. It is estimated [Read More]
Tip #16 Employment Agencies and “Up Front Fee” Consultants tags:
There are many types of employment recruiters, and today, most [Read More]
Tip #17 Recruiters Can Help!
Many recruiting professionals offer services at no cost to the [Read More]
Tip #18 College Career Centers
What Career Services Offices can do for college and university [Read More]
Tip #20 But I Left Him a Voicemail
So, you diligently practice this presentation, yet when you call, [Read More]
Tip #21 Employers – Alpha Dog or Runt on ‘Roids
If you have worked at all during your high school [Read More]
Tip #22 4 Generations in Your Work Force
For the first time, the increase in life expectancy means [Read More]
Tip #23 Do YOU Know What the Employers Want
You must be aware of the hiring authorities “buying” motivations [Read More]
Tip #24 Do You Have What it Takes?
You are trying to communicate to the prospective employer that [Read More]
Tip #25 Resumes – Necessary, But Not Much Else
It is always a shock to candidates to find out [Read More]