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  • Tips and Tricks for Applying Online - With the wide network of internet job sites present today, job-seekers have seemingly unending choices and opportunities to find and apply for the myriad of positions available across the country.
  • Launch Your Successful Job Search - Know what you want to do and "who" you want to be.
  • How to Feel Better About Your Job Search - The key to maintaining confidence ? and getting confidence back - while job hunting is through accomplishment.
  • Employer Hot Buttons - All too often the job seeker is focused on what he or she is looking for in a job, but hiring executives have an entirely different set of standards for what they are seeking in candidates.
  • Hot Tips and Cool Tricks to Drive your Job Search - These cool tips and hot tricks will help you rethink your job search strategy and help get you pointed in the right direction.
  • I'M GREAT! The Problem is No One Knows It - Unfortunately, all too often, we, as individuals, are the only ones who know we have it in us to do great things. Unless recognized by others, our talents go unnoticed.
  • Job Hunting? Don't Just Go For The "Openings"! - In case you're thinking of contacting a company for future employment only when there is a posted "job opening," you may be eliminating a large part of the job market. Many, if not most, jobs are never listed in the newspapers or on the Internet.
  • Maintaining Confidence in a Tough Market - Anyone who has ever been laid off knows about the emotional roller coaster that accompanies a job search. What can you do to maintain your confidence?
  • The "Netiquette" of Internet Communications - On the Internet -- where there is no face-to-face or even voice-to-voice interaction -- it is easy to misinterpret the tone or implication inherent in email or other Internet messages being sent or received.
  • Stay Confident During a Job Search! - Finding a job is real work. Set up a schedule for yourself on week days and then follow it.
  • There is No Such Thing as Age Discrimination? - There are challenges in the job search that mature job seekers must confront that younger job seekers are not burdened with. So what can these individuals do to turn age into an asset instead of a liability?
  • Avoiding Bad Job Searches - Many job seekers make the same mistakes on their cover letters and résumés as they travel the job search highway.
  • Searching for Salary Information - How do you find out whether your salary is at market value for your profession, position, and location? Finding good sources is not easy, but here are some tips for assembling information that might lead you to the answer.
  • Expert Advice - August 2003 - How to win back your confidence and land the next job: 5 steps to rebuilding your confidence in a cutthroat job market.
  • Expert Advice - April 2003 - I receive many letters from readers who say they have submitted hundreds of resumes online and not received any replies. Although they are working hard at their job search, they are making two tactical errors.
  • Building Your Personal Power - Curiously, only certain situations and people tend to "shut us down" and make us lose our personal power. One person criticizes us, and we shrug it off. But another person so much as looks at us the wrong way and we're devastated.
  • New Year, Rejuvenate an Old Career! - There are more effective ways to deal with stress than quitting your job. Plan ahead now for your future and use some of your spare time to learn about stress-busting techniques.
  • Waiting for an Offer? - My philosophy is that once the final round is taking place there's not much you can bring to the table other than just being yourself. In my experience the final stage of the hiring cycle ALWAYS takes employers longer than they anticipate.
  • Paper "Thank You" Letters - Let's face it, getting an interview isn't as easy as it used to be. So how do you thank your interviewer for that awesome chance to show your stuff? Is email too trivial? Are employers too busy for paper letters?
  • The Power of Branding - Just as companies brand themselves for consumers, a job seeker needs to brand himself/herself for a prospective employer to show why he/she offers the superior product.
  • Starting Over After a Job Loss - The important thing to keep in mind when an unexpected job loss occurs is not to panic. Panic prevents you from thinking clearly and could ultimately lead you down the wrong path. So how do you get on the right road heading in the right direction?
  • Finding Your Dream Job - Stability in the workplace is hard to come by these days regardless of whether you are the new kid on the block or a tenured veteran.
  • Job Searching in the Slow Summer Months - There is a great misconception that companies stop hiring during the summer months. Not true-companies do hire. While there is a general slowdown in hiring, the process never stops.
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