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Monthly Archives: July 2013
Other top cities are Seattle, Salt Lake City and, surprisingly enough given what people tend to think of politics, Washington, D.C., Glassdoor reports. Continue reading
My most important advice would be to arm yourself by becoming educated on all the tips, tactics and tools that are available today.
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The author outlines five steps for career planning and career management. All are basic, but all should be remembered, no matter how frustrating a career, or a job search, can become. Continue reading
Great piece from a colleague’s blog. John 10 Don’ts That Will Help You Avoid Workplace Dysfunction.
Saw this on LinkedIn, go there to get the apply now link. Good luck and always be job hunting. Continue reading
Almost every job listing coming my way recently has been for an East Coast position, anyone hiring in the rest of the country? I post openings free of charge on my blog. Let me know. Good luck and always be job hunting. Continue reading
When a coworker asked to buy a copy of my book, “Always Be Job Hunting,” recently, I wondered what her reaction would be to reading about my career and the choices I have made. Last week, she gave me my answer in the form of this book review. I was truly touched by her insights and sentiments about the book, I hope it will help others as well. Continue reading
Working from home wins hands-down for me because writing is a solitary endeavor. I do wonder about this idea, mentioned here, that chance meetings in an office are really what sparks corporate creativity. Have companies become that creatively bankrupt that … Continue reading
The job openings just keep coming, here’s one in public relations. Good luck and always be job hunting. Continue reading
This just came to my e-mail via an alumni listserv, sounds like it would be an amazing job in an amazing place, historic St. Bart’s church in New York. Good luck and always be job hunting.