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  Do the Latest Job Numbers Mean the Economy is Turning Around?
by Debra Wheatman - Dec, 2011
The most recent job numbers just came out and on the surface they look great - but is the reality as good as the first glance shows? A few quick highlights and my thoughts. 1.The overall rate dropped to 8.6%, the lowest since March 2009. 2.The decrease from 9% in October is the biggest decrease since January 2011. 3.72,000 more jobs were created in September and October than previously reported. 4.The overall rate wa...
 
  Get Some Interview Face Time by Starting on Facebook
by Debra Wheatman - Dec, 2011
You’ve heard enough career strategists, recruiters, and even your mom warn you about how Facebook content can cost you a job opportunity. Let’s talk about how to use Facebook to find a job and support your career success. First, here’s a quick quiz. What’s the best way to find a job? Networking! According to the 10th Annual CareerXRoads Sources of Hire Report: By the Numbers, 27% of hires are sourced through referrals. T...
 
  Getting Ready Now for Job Search 2012
by Debra Wheatman - Dec, 2011
It is easy to dream up excuses around holiday time and tell yourself you will start your new job search after January 1st, but the holidays are actually an excellent time to make preparations for the New Year so you can hit the ground running. During the holiday season, most people have a little more personal time at home, away from the prying eyes of their employers. In order to prepare for a thorough and comprehensive jo...
 
  How can baby boomers effectively change careers?
by Miriam Salpeter - Dec, 2011
Best advice for baby boomers who want to change careers? As one of Quintessential Careers Career Masterminds, I contributed responses to this and other questions they asked as part of their anniversary celebration. Here is my answer: Changing careers is more a norm today than ever before. However, higher than normal unemployment means there are many more job-seekers applying for each job, and many have exactly the type of...
 
  How conduct an East Coast job search from the West Coast?
by Debra Wheatman - Dec, 2011
Dear Deb: I am located on the West Coast. I reside in Bellevue, WA but work in CA during the week. Due to family developments, I may need to move to the East Coast. How can I represent on my LinkedIN profile that I am willing to relocate without raising a red flag for employers? What is the best way to conduct an East Coast job search from the West Coast? ~ D. Edwards Dear D: When you are creating your Linked...
 
  How to Look and Feel Your Best for Holiday Networking
by Miriam Salpeter - Dec, 2011
Some people believe this time of the year is not the ideal time to be in job search mode. Conventional wisdom suggests everyone is too busy delving into the holiday season to focus on identifying and securing new candidates. Whether or not you subscribe to the “holidays are slow for hiring” theory, there’s no doubt it is an opportune time to take advantage of networking. Parties and informal gatherings offer numerous chances t...
 
  How to network and job search when you have a job
by Miriam Salpeter - Dec, 2011
How can you actively job search and network, even when you are already over-scheduled and employed in a full-time job? As one of Quintessential Careers Career Masterminds, I contributed responses to this and other questions they asked as part of their anniversary celebration. Here is my answer: Looking for a job is a full-time job itself. When you already have a full-time job, it’s even more important to leverage socia...
 
  Interviewing to Find a Full Time Job
by Debra Wheatman - Dec, 2011
Dear Deb: Q. I have been doing temporary consulting work since 2000. I returned to school for my Master’s degree and graduated last year with the idea that I would return to full-time permanent employment. I have gotten first interviews, but nothing beyond that. It is very frustrating. I want to be back at work at a full-time permanent position. What am I doing wrong? - Mary, New Jersey A. At first blush, it seems to...
 
  New Mothers Returning to the Workforce - The Data is In
by Debra Wheatman - Dec, 2011
On November 10, 2011 the U.S. Census Bureau issued a report concerning working mothers, including levels of paid maternity leave and details of working mothers’ return to work. Interestingly, about 8 of 10 mothers returned to work with their same employer and 7 of 10 returned to a position at the same skill level and pay. Of the 20% that did not return to their same employer, 25% worked in a position at the same skill level a...
 
  Résumé Help - Executive Retail Sales Manager
by Debra Wheatman - Dec, 2011
The candidate we are helping today is an executive sales manager with retail experience as well as experience in the mortgage industry. He has some notable accomplishments, but his résumé does not convey these in a way that highlights his strengths. Todd should have a headline, a summary statement, and a core competency section to build up his key areas of expertise and let readers know his value as a prospective manager....
 
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