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    • 1.

      How To Get A Better Job By Blogging (Part One)

      by Charles Brown - 2007-02-07
      If you've ever been out there trying to get a better job, I don't have to tell you how difficult it is. But an extra layer of difficulty arises when you are trying to move up to a higher level in you...
    • 2.

      How To Get A Better Job By Blogging (Part Two)

      by Charles Brown - 2007-02-07
      I don't have to tell you how tough the job market is out there. But you now have the tools to break into just about any job you want, just by starting a blog on that subject.This article is Part Two ...
    • 3.

      THe Point of the Interview: Thinking Me, But Talking Them

      by Judi Perkins - 2007-02-17
      An interview is about you. Your skills, your impression of the company, your likes and dislikes, your previous experience, what you're looking, you, you, you, you.But let's be honest. Who ...
    • 4.

      How To Help Your References Get You the Job

      by Judi Perkins - 2007-03-18
      The purpose of providing references is to close the deal. It isn't to discover if you are telling the truth about your dates of employment, verify that you've demonstrated the proper skills for the j...
    • 5.

      How Long Should Your Resume Be?

      by Judi Perkins - 2007-03-18
      To each job seeker who has struggled to cram his resume onto one page: I hereby give you permission to exceed that limit. The "one page" caveat is outdated and unnecessary….unless of course you don'...
    • 6.

      The Meal and Interview Nightmare: How to Interview With Your Mouth Full

      by Judi Perkins - 2007-03-18
      Meal interviews are multi-tasking nightmares. Although the primary purpose is the interview, there's a secondary purpose to these mind-your-manners interviews: how well do you handle yourself during ...
    • 7.

      Changing Jobs - I Know How Stressful It Can Be To Change Jobs - Make A Stress-Free Career Change

      by Erick Broderick - 2007-03-26
      Changing jobs can be a stressful experience, filled with worry, doubt and overwhelming choices. Maybe you hate your current job and want out immediately, but you're afraid you won't have enough money...
    • 8.

      Take Charge of Your Career - How To Position Yourself in Times of Change

      by Melani Ward - 2007-04-12
      Some of you may have heard me emphasize this before but I think it is worth repeating. Whether you own your own business or you work for a major corporation, consider yourself self-employed and you wi...
    • 9.

      Finding And Getting The Job You Love - 6 Great Tips

      by Martin Haworth - 2007-04-13
      If you are in this position, you will understand. That moment when you trudge to your work, day in day out and then one day it hits you. It's time to do this differently. But where to start?Truth is, ...
    • 10.

      Effective "Good" Recruiters and Ineffective "Bad" Recrutiers

      by Judi Perkins - 2007-04-15
      If recruiters are so helpful in finding people jobs, why do they get such a bad rap sometimes? We've all heard the stories: a candidate's resume ended up on his boss's desk, or the current company was...