Category Archives: Job Search

Social Media, College Grads and the Interview

One of the aspects of social media in today’s world is the absence of filters.  A spontaneous response to sensory input is output on Twitter or Facebook instantaneously. In fact, most communication between the younger generation is electronic.  Absent in … Continue reading

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The Dreaded R Word. Are You Being Asked to Relocate?

You’ve just received a call about a job.  You are all ears.  After listening to the opportunity the recruiter asks if you’d relocate.  After pausing and feeling our blood pressure spike, your answer is “Ummm……..”. Over the course of your … Continue reading

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Using Your Leverage

Did you notice what happened when Notre Dame fired their gridiron CEO Charlie Weiss last Sunday?  All of the immediate speculation on his replacement was centered on coaches who were successful this season. It didn’t matter that this was the … Continue reading

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Creating Your Digital Footprint

Six months ago I began to establish my digital footprint on the internet.  This footprint included making my presence known on LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, Ziggs, Zoom Info and starting my own blog. So off I went.  I read and typed … Continue reading

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Using the Right Executive Salespitch

If you are an executive in your 50’s and unemployed for the first time in your career, your brain is probably overloaded by how to approach the task of finding a new job.  You hear about, or maybe have even … Continue reading

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