Tag Archives: middle manager

Job Opening: PR Management, Chicago

Here’s another opening I received through a college alumni group. It’s with a major Chicago-area employer and requires a good deal of experience. Continue reading

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ABJH Excerpt: Learning on the Job

Looking back all these years later, I’m struck by the hubris with which I took my first management job. I really did think I knew it all and started out with that attitude, alienating people who’d been at their jobs there for decades by the time I’d arrived. Continue reading

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Always Be Job Hunting Excerpt: Landing a Management Job

Today, we continue to run excerpts from my new book, Always Be Job Hunting to give you the flavor of the book and encourage you to check it out on Amazon.com Chapter 3: Finding a First Management Job Once I … Continue reading

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Job Opening, Madison, Wi. — PR Account Exec

Here’s a job opening that came my way from a college alumni group I belong to on LinkedIn, showing the value of joining as many groups as possible on LinkedIn. Continue reading

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Job Posting: University of Chicago

The University of Chicago is hiring a strategic relationship manager. Continue reading

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Should Joel Ewanick Always Be Job Hunting?

The point is that everyone, no matter what level, should always be job hunting, always be thinking of a plan B should the job you have suddenly disappear. Even the mighty can fall. Continue reading

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Guest Post: Welcome to Transition Nation or What Does Working Mean Today?

As a downsized executive who’s gone from a long-term corporate earner to a freelancer stringing contract jobs together into something resembling a livelihood, I made a sudden and stunning connection to these guys. Were these “networking” laborers really so different from myself…? Continue reading

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