Archive | March, 2013

10 Job Search Lessons for Graduating Students

Hi folks!  Having recently written my own article discussing some career tips for younger professionals, one of my best pals in the career coaching world, Daniel Hallak, decide to pass along some of his own observations about the job-hunting strategies that are most appropriate to early-career candidates.  So I offered to run his thoughts out […]

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Cover Letters: Go Big or Go Home

Are cover letters still an important part of hunting for employment?  Or does nobody bother reading them anymore? Like most questions related to the modern employment scene, you’ll find passionate arguments on both sides.  For example, within 15 seconds of poking around on Google, I was able to turn up the article here where an […]

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TheLadders: Here Come Da Judge!

If you’ve been job hunting at any point in the last few years, you’ve undoubtedly run across a site called TheLadders.  Without question, they’ve been one of the most aggressive players within the Internet employment space, advertising their wares nearly everywhere (including a 2009 Super Bowl commercial) and trying to lure people with the premise […]

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Top 10 Career Tips for Young Professionals

Tell you what, I’ll meet you halfway on this.  Having recently been asked by a local non-profit to prepare a presentation on the “Top 10 Tips for Young Professionals” to be delivered in April, I’ve been doing a lot of thinking on the best advice I could give to aspiring professionals who are just starting […]

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