Posts Tagged ‘resume’

Making the Leap: Old Career to New!

Mike | June 3rd, 2013

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average American will have between 7 and 10 jobs. We are a peripatetic bunch, moving from job to job, location to location pursuing exactly what nobody really knows. But there is a difference between changing jobs and changing careers and it is the latter that we will discuss today. Job […]

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Dear Applicant, Part 2: The Thirds

Mike | July 23rd, 2012

I wrote a post last year on how job applicants can improve their chances with a prospective employer, and today I wanted to explore this in a different way. In spite of the dismal state of the U.S.  economy and the job market (particularly for younger people) there are many, many companies that are hiring […]

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Tips for small business: Negotiating With the New Recruit

Mike | May 7th, 2012

Last year, I wrote a couple of posts about the process of hiring new employees and what applicants can do to help. Recruiting and hiring can be one of the more painful aspects to running a small business, but job applicants can go far to ease the process for those doing the hiring and, at […]

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Tips for small business: Dear applicant, please show me what I need to see

Mike | March 7th, 2011

Last week I wrote about the pain many small businesses experience when hiring new employees: the effort involved, the cost, the time and the risk. I suggested 10 things employers can do to ease the load and make the process smoother, less risky, and (hopefully) more successful. Today I want to speak to the job […]

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