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5 Proactive Tips for Your Job Interview Strategy

Proactive Inteview Tips

The job market can be a very competitive arena and it is important to your success as a prospective employee to interview well.  The following are five proactive tips for job interview strategies.   

4 Job Interview Tactics to Help You Go From Good to Great

Interviewing Good to Great

When you’re interviewing for a job, one small mistake can cost you big-time. You need to employ the job interview tactics which will take your performance from good to great. Obviously you were intriguing enough on your resume, in your phone conversations or in email to wind up in the interviewer’s office. But here’s four tactics to push beyond…and take your good on paper, to great in practice.   

6 Most Common Questions about Career Networking

Career Networking

Ever wondered why some people languish for months in a job search while others land their next carreer opportunity almost instantly? Mostly, it has to do with how good you are at networking. For many people, it does not seem like an obvious solution to career problems. It runs contrary to conventional job-hunting, which involves sending resumes in response to ads and waiting. The path to jobs via networking is not always straightforward. Still, it is one of the best ways to maximize your employment success.

6 Ways to Avoid Sabotaging your Career Search

6 Keys to Job Search Success

In today's market, it can seem harder than ever to find a job. It may be even more difficult if you are unintentionally hurting your own chances at snagging the job. There are quite a few ways to improve your chances of finding a job.  Here are the 6 actions which can keep from sabotaging your career search and strengthen your job search strategies. 

7 Tips to be a Pro in Your Next Job Interview

Be an Interview Pro

You may feel confident that you can succeed in any job interview with little or no effort. However, you don't want to be over confident. If it’s been a while since you've had a job interview, it’s always a great idea to brush up on your job interview strategies and ensure that you are prepared to make every interview your best.  Here are the Seven Top Job Interview Techniques:    

5 Tips to Enhance Marketability for Mature Career Seekers

Overcoming Age Discrimination in a Job Search

Workplace marketability is age-neutral. Prove your value and benefit and you’ll be hired.  The key for the mature worker conducting a job search is authenticating relevancy, fit and adaptability.  Here are five tips to enhance your marketability if you are a baby boomer seeking a career change, role transition or are switching industries.


7 Old-School Job Search Strategies to Avoid

Old School Strategies should be avoided in a Job / Career Search

As you're mapping out your job search strategies, there are a few really "old school" methods you should discard. This should help you avoid wasting a lot of time & energy, so that you focus on what DOES work. Good Luck!

Four Ways to Embellish Your Resume – Without Lying

Be Honest with your Resume

Even with Social Media, On-Line Bios and Portfolios, the tried and true Resume is still a vital tool in maximizing your job search success.  So, even if you have the ideal skills and experience, you may not have the opportunity to share that information if your resume presents you as an inferior commodity.  But, beware of the temptation to “add” accomplishments or information because you think it will get your resume more attention…doing so could come back to haunt you.

Job Search Success (Part 3 of 3) - Exposure and Developing Needs

Network and Find Opportunities in your Job Search

If you want to get “inside” an organization to directly engage with a plausible Decision Maker, remember that it’s much easier if the person on the other side opens the door for you.

Job Search Success (Part 2 of 3) - 7 Tips for Targeted Marketing

Targeted Marketing for Job Search Success

One of the traditional job seeking methods is for the job seeker to identify what he/she wants most out of their next employ.  Unfortunately, whenever your career marketing campaign is driven by your needs rather than the employer’s, you lose control of steering your job search in the right direction.

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