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August 2013

August 2013

Discussion 58: Approaching the coming job search

Here is a list of some very powerful ways of approaching the coming  job search. By Yolanda Salazar 10 Steps To A Job Search Workbook 1. Be curious. Be curious about what you may create for yourself. Look for those jobs that you may not have ever done, but you feel that maybe, if given a chance, […]

Discussion Alamo 58: Approaching the coming job search

Here is a list of some very powerful ways of approaching the coming  job search. By Yolanda Salazar 10 Steps To A Job Search Workbook 1. Be curious. Be curious about what you may create for yourself. Look for those jobs that you may not have ever done, but you feel that maybe, if given a chance, […]

Discussion 57 Alamo: Career vs. Work

Do you understand the difference between finding a job and finding a career? There are times when we are at the end of our rope that we just take a job. Any job. It’s not something we would do if we had the choice, but it will keep the bills paid for right now. That […]

Discussion 57: Career vs. Work

Do you understand the difference between finding a job and finding a career? There are times when we are at the end of our rope that we just take a job. Any job. It’s not something we would do if we had the choice, but it will keep the bills paid for right now. That […]

Discussion 56 Alamo: Age Proof Your Resume

8 Ways to Age Proof Your Resume: Preparing a resume that emphasizes your value is a good first step to preparing for your job search. Here are eight ways to age-proof your resume: 1. Don’t provide your complete work history: This is the number one mistake job seekers make. If it’s before 1990, employers probably […]

Discussion 56: Age Proof your Resume

8 Ways to Age Proof Your Resume:   Preparing a resume that emphasizes your value is a good first step to preparing for your job search. Here are eight ways to age-proof your resume: 1. Don’t provide your complete work history: This is the number one mistake job seekers make. If it’s before 1990, employers […]

Discussion 55 Changes To Job Club And Applicant Roundup

  The monthly Applicant Roundup for August is being cancelled. We are preparing to put together a Job Event and we felt our time would be better spent in doing this. We would like to ask everyone to ensure they have an updated resume and make sure your interviewing techniques are sharp. Please let us […]

Tattoos And You

Tattoos And You

By Sheena Williams There are many reasons people get tattoos. This article is not an attempt to tell you if you should or should not get a tattoo. This article is not an admonishment of getting one, or whether it was right or wrong for you to get one. This article is assuming that we […]

Are You Afraid of Succeeding?

Are You Afraid of Succeeding?

By Sheena Williams There comes a time in just about everyone’s life when it feels that it’s being put on hold. You’re stalled due to lack of money, job, or support. Then, there are those times when you don’t really have a good excuse for not succeeding. Everything is going well, but you just can’t […]

10+ Tips to Avoid When Job Hunting

10+ Tips to Avoid When Job Hunting

10 mistakes to avoid when job hunting Don’t take your eyes off the competition, but do take a break. Here’s advice on mistakes to avoid when looking for work _________________________________________ Simon Gray the guardian.com, May 28 January 2013 _________________________________________   Don’t be afraid to blow your own trumpet Photograph: Terry Cryer/ Terry Cryer/CORBIS Applying for […]

50 Proven Job Search Tips For Serious Job Seekers

50 Proven Job Search Tips For Serious Job Seekers

50 Proven Job Search Tips for Serious Job Seekers by Wes Weiler In Interviewing, Job Seekers, Resume, Social Media It’s a tough job market out there. It’s not uncommon for hundreds of resumes to flood a company for just one position. This means that it’s a buyer’s market for employers and you’ll need to bring […]

Your Salary Information May Be for Sale

Your Salary Information May Be for Sale

AARP BULLETIN AARP Home » Work & Retirement » Life at Work »Your Salary Information… Your Salary Information May Be for Sale You can check what personal data is being marketed about you by Bill Hogan, AARP Bulletin, April 2013 Think your earnings are a matter between you, your employer and the IRS? Think again. […]

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