Job Search Distractions

Job Focus vs. Distractions  Do you relate? It feels like it takes a lot more effort than it should to look for a job description that suits my experience, skills and talents. Once I find one, it feels like it takes a lot more time than it should to put…

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Group Interview Tips and Secrets

Interview… Interview… INTERVIEWS! This article is written by Marie Y. Taylor and Marcia LaReau. What is it? In a group interview one or two moderators interview all the candidates for a single position at one time, in the same room. Generally, the candidates will sit in a row facing the moderator. These kinds of…

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Multiple recruiters

Multiple recruiters for the same position  Have you ever received several inquiries from recruiters from different recruiting companies—about the same position? Sometimes, but not always, these are consulting opportunities and the positions do not appear on the company website. The recruiter will ask you to agree to a “Permission to…

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Finally …. Job Offers

Responding to and assessing job offers  Once you have made it through the interview process, the waiting time can be difficult. Finally, you receive a phone call, email, or letter and you find out if they want to hire you… or not. The situation is challenging regardless of the news….

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Success Factor?

Number 1!!!! Success Factor for Job Seekers As the job search wears on, it understandably wears us down! Many people lower their expectations when their efforts to find a job are unsuccessful. It’s not uncommon to hear mid-career jobseekers say, “I can’t even get an entry-level position!” That’s true—of course…

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