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GUIDE FOR RESUMES
Your resume is your first introduction to your potential employer. As the saying goes, “You don’t get a second chance to make a first impression”. As a career coach, I rarely see a resume that can’t be significantly improved upon. If you are a well qualified candidate and are not getting interviews to at least 40% of the jobs to which you are applying, then your problem is your resume. The job of your resume is to get you to the next step, an…Continue
What Questions Should You Ask During Your Interview?
Whether you ask questions and what questions you do ask depend upon where you are in the process. It is important to be sensitive to the time constraints of the people on the interviewing committees. They are busy people who have volunteered their time to serve. Keeping to the time allotted for each interview allows them to stay on schedule. As an interviewer, I have often felt like a captive of a…
How to Get Interviews
You’ve re-written your resume and cover letter several times. You‘ve applied for every supervisory job for which you’re qualified within 40 miles, but still you are not getting interviews. What’s wrong? As an applicant, your goal is to stand out from the rest of the field and be seen as being more attractive and qualified. You have to be an accomplished solid professional who has a good deal to offer…Continue
LEAVE REPLACEMENT: SHOULD I TAKE IT?
Should you consider taking a leave replacement position? Like most other complex questions, the answer is, “It depends”. It depends on your specific set of circumstances. It depends on the conditions surrounding the leave.
What are your circumstances?