Tag: job hunting

10
Sep

Question Proposed on LinkedIn: How to Generate Leads Using LinkedIn? Others’ Responses: – On LinkedIn you are limited to 50 groups. Therefore you want to join groups that are relevant. Any group that you join that is not relevant – is just a waste of a group! For example if you are a social media marketer – do not join groups that are related to social media marketing – because everyone in those groups will

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4
Sep

Career coach and President of MJW Careers, LLC, Matt Warzel, presents a workshop that will help you get Un-Unemployed. Workshop is free. Next Saturday September 13th at 11:00 AM EST at Old Books on Front located at 249 N Front St, Wilmington, North Carolina 28401. Books will be available for purchase. You can also purchase a book here: http://www.amazon.com/How-Get-UnUnemployed-Crackerjack-Resources-ebook/dp/B00ITEXQ14#reader_B00ITEXQ14 Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/569066556552214

25
Aug

Question Proposed on LinkedIn: What are some Twitter personal branding time-saving tips? How to tweet wisely in about 10 to 15 minutes a day, a few times a week. Others’ Responses: – In my practice, I rarely come across executive job seekers who are actively leveraging Twitter to help them land jobs.The few who even have Twitter accounts put up a few tweets initially, and then let it go. Their Twitter stream stopped dead months

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18
Aug

Question Proposed on LinkedIn: Do free online classes keep you sharp while seeking new employment? Others’ Responses: – I’m currently unemployed and fighting the jobless “Blahs”. I needed something to help keep me sharp and to help break the monotony of the constant research and application process. With a bit of searching, I’ve found several sites that offer free online classes. They each offer a nice variety; whether you want to refine current skills, learn

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11
Aug

Question Proposed on LinkedIn: Work life balance: is it possible? Others’ Responses: – We call it work/life/UNbalance because if your priorities lean more toward life (home, family, personal development), then you will naturally be happier at work and more productive. – I refer to it not as work/life balance but rather integration. This shifts the focus away from assuming that if you cannot find that balance, the employee is doing something wrong…or not doing something

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