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Conduct a Gumshoe Investigation Before Taking Just “Any” Job

Conduct a Gumshoe Investigation Before Taking Just “Any” Job
By Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter How can you tell if your next great job opportunity really is worth your time? What resources can you tap to uncover clues as to whether the company you may partner with for the coming months and/or years has a good reputation with its employees and with its customers? What...

Navigating the Mistletoe of Job Search

As co-coordinator with my colleague, Miriam Salpeter, I am pleased to participate in our third round of posts from our community of expert career advisors and resume writing professionals called the Career Collective. This month’s articles address the topic of Job Search Strategy During the...

Create Curb Appeal to Attract Interviews

Never so much did the term, “Resume Real Estate” resonate until I was tasked to sell my home. “I want to sell my home ‘as-is,’” I firmly asserted to my real estate agent.  It’s a beautiful home in a great neighborhood and is an ideal opportunity for the right buyer. Standing head and shoulders...
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