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20
Apr

Make Networking Work for You in 2012 Are you are someone who says, “I HATE networking”? Why? Maybe you feel intimidated, are too shy, lack confidence, or do not know what to say. In addition to getting someone you know to introduce you to someone you do not know, networking means you do the same for other people. As you

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18
Apr

How to Cope with Job Loss Losing a job can lead to negative feelings (inadequacy, embarrassment, insecurity and devastation). Recovery can take time, making it easy to become depressed or anxious. Learning how to cope with job loss is crucial for avoiding this. It can lead to an even better future, like undiscovered opportunities or a new career path that

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16
Apr

Job Loss Counseling: You’ve Been Laid Off?! Now What?! OverviewA common question most people who find themselves at high risk for a job loss is, “What am I going to do next?” This is a good question and the first step towards persevering through a challenging period in one’s life. However, overcoming a job loss depends on you handle this

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13
Apr

Tips for Avoiding Recruiters’ Blacklists There are reasons why recruiters or hiring managers do not call back some job seekers: blacklists! In today’s tough job market, desperate job seekers are pursuing what little jobs are available. Hiring managers have plenty of applicants to choose from, so they are justifiably selective and quick to record any negatives they discover. If you

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10
Apr

Job Hunting Help: Tapping Into the Hidden Job Market For every employer who must downsize, there is an employer who needs to hire the right person for the right job. In any circumstance, businesses are always hiring someone that can make them profitable now! “We have a hiring freeze,” does not mean they are not hiring. It means they are

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