Archive for the ‘Volunteering’ Category

Writing the Last Chapter of 2014 – Career Development

Career development, training, and continuous improvement is very important to me. As an executive resume writer and job search advisor, clients expect me to have answers to very unique situations. I work really hard at constantly expanding my knowledge and skills so that I can help. As we enter the last month of 2014, I’m looking […]

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Yes, You Can be Thankful for Job Loss

When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change. — LaoTao  A friend of mine was recently let go after 7 years at her employer. She was surprised, angry, and devastated. Now my friend, the new jobseeker, enters a season of transition. She’s never been unemployed. She’s financially savvy, so […]

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Job Search Strategies That May Be INSANE!

Job search strategies that are successful start with knowledge of the market. Jobseekers, did you know that you have a 1.2% chance of gaining employment from an online application? I came across this statistic this past week and was in shock, double-checking it a couple of times to make sure it was true. This statistic does NOT slice […]

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Volunteering Can Help With Your Career Transition

I have clients that come to me wanting to change career direction. Some want to transition from military roles to private sector. Others want to leave accounting to focus on project management. I also work with individuals who have large gaps in employment, including those that endured long-term disabilities and want to return to the […]

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