Monthly Archives: October 2012

Which Three Questions Will an Interviewer Ask You?

Being prepared for these will help you avoid awkward silences in the interview and, if you prepare intelligent answers, just might help you get to the next level of the interview process. Continue reading

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Photo Director — Chicago Northern Suburbs

Photo Director — Saw this one in a roundup of jobs I receive daily from Careerbuilder.com. Continue reading

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How Hard is It to Get Back in the Work Force?

How difficult is it to return to the workforce after a few years off? Very difficult but not impossible, as I detail about my own experience in Always Be Job Hunting. The Harvard Business Review’s November issue also looks at … Continue reading

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Photojournalist Wanted — Louisville, Ken.

This came my way through an alumni group I belong to, good luck and good hunting. Continue reading

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How Do You Go Back to Work After a Major Health Problem?

A week was enough time to recover physically, my surgeon assured me. What about emotionally? That isn’t his department, it;s something I, or you, have to address after such a traumatic event. Continue reading

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Why Isn’t My Resume Getting Read?

Scan the ads you answer carefully for what seem key skill terms. Put those into your resume, which means customizing your resume for each ad you answer. Continue reading

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Job Opening: Interactive Art Director, Major PR Firm, Chicago

Edelman is well-known in the world of public relations; many of its alum are spread throughout the profession. Continue reading

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