Monthly Archives: July 2013

Best Cities to work in – California leads the way

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

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CareerCloud.com — a social (media) approach to job hunting

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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Job hunting basics — basic but necessary

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

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10 Don’ts That Will Help You Avoid Workplace Dysfunction

Great piece from a colleague’s blog. John 10 Don’ts That Will Help You Avoid Workplace Dysfunction.

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Job Opening — digital outreach director, Washington, D.C.

Saw this on LinkedIn, go there to get the apply now link. Good luck and always be job hunting. Continue reading

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Job opening — breaking news producer, New York

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

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A coworker reviews “Always Be Job Hunting”

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

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