Landing the perfect job is more competitive than ever, stressful, tough and sometimes frightening. I've spent 30 years as a hiring manager as well as a job seeker and I want to help you WIN a job fast.
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A recent Wall Street Journal article confirmed what you and I already knew: job application gimmicks rarely work. Then why do some of you keep trying them? Because you don’t know what else to do in such a competitive job
I see them on résumés, hear them in networking meetings and interviews, and spot them in the all-important summary section on LinkedIn. No more career clichés! Job seekers and employees seeking to get promoted internally are overusing buzzwords and tired
E-mail is the primary method of communication for job searching and networking, in general. Your e-mails should stand out because they are one of the better written ones. Inboxes are filled with crappy ones, too. Don’t be crappy. Here’s
There are two kinds of job search CRAP: mistakes and excuses. That’s why I titled my book Cut the Crap, Get a Job! Oh, there are so many excuses! Here are just a few of my least favorites: Excuse
Let’s face it; the job search process stinks! I can’t think of any other life-changing event – other than death or divorce – that triggers so many negative feelings. Feel any of these? I, too, have felt all of
If you are actively hiring someone right now, have a job posted, or are thinking about a future hire, do the employment world a big favor. Spend the next 30 minutes mapping out how you will deliver the most gracious
What is your job search like? I’ll bet, like so many others, you’re applying to lots and lots of positions, you’re following up on just a few and only once for those, and you’re not doing “precision networking.” Don’t give
Sarah wrote me with the following situation: A Human Resources recruiter interviewed me and stated that I was a good candidate for a Sales and Marketing position. I did everything I could think of: congratulatory notes to CEO’s on