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What’s the #1 Mistake Job Seekers Are Making These Days? (pt. 3)

Recently I asked a question on a LinkedIn discussion group: what’s the #1 mistake job seekers are making these days? I was hoping for a few answers but was unprepared for the interest this question generated. I was gratified by the level of response and the amount of feedback I received. While I cannot include … Continue reading

Common Mistakes Jobseekers Make

“I’ve been out of work 2 years and have had no interviews in the last 6 months.” “No one is hiring in my field.” “I’ve gotten several interviews in the last couple weeks, but I always seem to come in 2nd.” Whenever I meet a new jobseeker, the first question I ask them as I … Continue reading

A Brief Introduction (aka. Who’s This Person Anyway?)

A good job seeker explores all available options to expand his or her network. The latest opportunity is online. As a career and employment counselor I should be exploring these as well. What good do I do if I encourage my job seekers to do what I won’t do myself? I classify myself as a … Continue reading

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