Archive | April, 2012

Everybody Rotate One Job to the Left

I saw a great bumper sticker the other day.  It said: Teachers: We’re Focused on Outcomes, Not Incomes! This leads me into my soliloquy for the day. When you pull back and look at today’s world of work from high altitude, and contemplate the way in which our careers intersect with our lives, you could […]

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Career Poll: Most Challenging Job Search Issue?

After running some terrific career-related polls over the years (like this one here) that have attracted up to 500 responses, I’ll confess — ha ha — this most recent poll of mine laid an egg!  After hanging out there on LinkedIn for 30 days, the survey only attracted 14 responses, so either it somehow didn’t […]

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What Does Your Resume Convey in 6 Seconds?

Resume angst.  It’s a very real thing and the majority of job hunters I meet seem to suffer from it.  There just aren’t many people you’ll meet who will stand behind their resume 100% and say “I think my resume is terrific, sums up my qualifications beautifully, and is a piece I’m highly confident in […]

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Blog Hiatus + Some Burning Questions While I’m Gone!

Greetings all — and while I’ve got tons of ideas stored up that I hope to find time to write about, someday soon, I’ll need to bid everybody a temporary “adios” as I’ll be heading out of town for vacation tomorrow down to Puerte Vallerta for a week. For those of my readers who live […]

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