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8 Steps Toward Making a Bold Career Move to a New City

8 Steps Toward Making a Bold Career Move to a New City
By Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter Whether you crave the palm trees of Silicon Valley’s San Jose, or the earthy richness of the Midwest’s Oklahoma City, you can take the steps to transition your career, and your life to a new city. Recently, Glassdoor published an Employment Satisfaction Report Card by...

Be Cautious About Accepting This Job Search Advice

Be Cautious About Accepting This Job Search Advice
By Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter Many well-meaning friends and family are all too happy to share advice about your job search that may or may not be beneficial to you. You can’t blame them, really. After all, they usually have your best interest at heart. When respected professionals share erroneous advice,...

How to Face Down Job Search Obstacles

How to Face Down Job Search Obstacles
  By Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter Elite athletes will tell you that training and conditioning along with determination to finish are the essential components to winning any competition. The successful job search requires no less of a commitment. Here are just a few of the obstacles job seekers face...

Disrupt Your Resume Beyond LinkedIn’s Borders

Disrupt Your Resume Beyond LinkedIn’s Borders
By Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter As happens in the circle of forward thinkers and futurists, predicting the next trend is inevitable. In the careers environment, many experts feel that LinkedIn is surpassing the resume in value, and in some cases, replacing it altogether. This likely will never happen. For...

How to Strip Your Resume of Kitsch

How to Strip Your Resume of Kitsch
  By Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter In Jessica Ann Media’s recent article, “How to Avoid Kitsch in Your Content,” one of the ways she defined the word,” kitsch,” was “content that lacks context.” She also continued by describing how “content (can become) clutter,” an untidy mess if not...

How to Be Happier in Your Career

How to Be Happier in Your Career
  By Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter 1. Don’t (ever) give up. If you know you are good at telling a story, influencing people to buy-in and getting others to understand the why, then you may be a great salesperson, creative writer or manager (or a plethora of other job titles). However, for some...

5 Simply Positive Things You Can Do to Get Results During Your Job Search

5 Simply Positive Things You Can Do to Get Results During Your Job Search
By Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter Job search, akin to moving to a new town often is unfamiliar, disconcerting and frightening. In fact, it can turn confidence into insecurity, and polished poise into rough edges. It also can shift calmness into anger and patience into pushiness. Ways to positively channel this...

3 Tips for New Grads Navigating the Murky Sea of Interview Rules

3 Tips for New Grads Navigating the Murky Sea of Interview Rules
By Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter For college students or recent grads applying for internships, the sea of interview rules often appears murky. However, whether meeting with a recruiter, hiring manager or human resources professional, and whether meeting face to face, by Skype or phone, there are three things...

Why You Shouldn’t Quit Using Buzzwords on LinkedIn and Resumes

Why You Shouldn’t Quit Using Buzzwords on LinkedIn and Resumes
By Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter The rules of job search have changed; in fact, some might say they have taken a 180-degree turn in recent years, particularly with the advent of social networking. The waters have become murkier than ever as career journalists vie for the attention of readers with...

How to Manage the Struggle of Being Your Real Self + Professional on Social Media

How to Manage the Struggle of Being Your Real Self + Professional on Social Media
By Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter It’s almost necessary to be social media savvy these days, so much so that there seems a frenzy to be seen as the coolest, most down-to-earth, real, caring and/or opinionated person on the Internet. Because social networking has been lauded as a key to career momentum and...
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