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    • 1.

      Career Advice: You're Not Paranoid; They Are Watching You

      by Ramon Greenwood - 2006-11-30
      Beware! Big Brother is monitoring your use of e-mails and instant messaging. Anything you send or receive can come back to bite you in the rear end.This reality is attested to by the recent red-hot gl...
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      Career Advice: How To Fire Someone

      by Ramon Greenwood - 2006-12-08
      Sooner or later, most managers must face up to the task of firing someone. Here's some career advice that will help you handle this odious task when you must do it. But it is never easy.Recognize, fir...
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      The Career Seeker's Guide to Setting Tangible Goals

      by Hallie Crawford - 2006-12-21
      One of the most challenging aspects of making a career change is learning how to harness your dreams and make them happen. Bring your fantasy of "the perfect career for me" back down to earth and turn...
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      Take Charge of Your Job Search: 12 Steps to Success

      by Michelle L. Casto - 2007-01-01
      Despite what many people may say, a job search does not have to be an unpleasant experience. There are those people who choose to take charge of the process, who actually find the process to be very r...
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      Support During Career Transition: Keeping Upbeat and Focused

      by Hallie Crawford - 2007-01-02
      Do you sometimes find that as soon as you take that leap and decide to make a positive career change, you're met with criticism and resistance from those around you? They tell you why it's a bad idea ...
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      Strategize For Your Ideal Career: Dream First

      by Hallie Crawford - 2007-01-02
      One essential means of discovering what it is you want to do with your career is to "Dream First". This is something I remind my career coaching clients of all the time. It sounds so simple, yet so fe...
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      Find Your Dream Career by Mastering Your Behaviors

      by Steven Block - 2007-01-20
      The Behavioral Selection Method (BSM) is quickly becoming the most utilized method of selecting candidates for employment. The reason: it is VERY effective.There are three kinds of information the rec...
    • 8.

      Cover Letters: Why They're Important and How to Use Your's to Make an Impression

      by Hallie Crawford - 2007-01-21
      Once you've written a polished resume that's sure to impress potential employers, you should focus on your cover letter. Too many people underestimate the importance of this vital component to their r...
    • 9.

      Resume Tip-Market Yourself And Stand Out From The Crowd

      by Hallie Crawford - 2007-01-29
      Writing a great resume requires careful balance. While you should utilize a style that employers will be familiar with, you also need to find ways to highlight your abilities. Imagine your resume as ...
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      Career Advice: So-Your Boss Is A Jerk

      by Ramon Greenwood - 2007-02-05
      Unless you are among the rarest of the rare there are times when you think your boss is a jerk, a real pain in the rear.But hold up a minute, you'll be well served to consider the reasons behind his b...