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Jan 11 2014

This article originally appeared on healthcareis.com last December 10, 2013. In today’s podcast episode we talk with Joshua Waldman. Joshua, author of Job Searching with Social Media For Dummies, is recognized as one of the nations top authorities in Social Media Career
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Oct 01 2013

Do you maintain a professional image that’s increasing your odds in the job search? It could probably be more effective. The Zen of Executive Presence will show you why and how. Getting a haircut and picking out the perfect tie for
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Sep 02 2013

The 6 Reasons You’ll Get the Job is full of fresh new ideas for job seekers. It can help you develop a job search strategy that will make you stand out from the crowd and get hired faster. Access Your Advantage
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Aug 19 2013

Job hunting in a poor economy can feel discouraging and isolating. Share or Die: Voices of the Get Lost Generation in the Age of Crisis, an anthology of modern young voices edited by Malcolm Harris and Neal Gorenflo, reminds us that
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Jul 11 2013

Summer’s here and this beautiful weather makes it hard not to feel optimistic about things to come. It’s also hard not to get distracted. The You Plan: A 5-Step Guide to Taking Charge of Your Career in the New Economy
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Jun 20 2013

The Spring semester is winding down and if you’re a college Senior you’re probably starting to freak out about finding work. Dr. Larry Chiagouris, author of The Secret to Getting a Job After College, doesn’t sugarcoat the prospects for the
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Jun 10 2013

Check out Knock ‘em Dead: Secrets and Strategies for First-Time Job Seekers and Martin Yate’s advice could help you like it helped me. Yate’s first book Knock ‘em Dead helped me get my first job and negotiate my salary as
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May 13 2013

For recent grads facing professional job interviews for the first time, Job Interview Skills 101 is a book designed just for you. Author, Ellyn Enisman, sees a gap in new grads’ preparation for finding a job after college: “I have
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Apr 11 2013

Are you a WillBe or a WannaBe? In “WillBe: 13 Reasons WillBe’s Are Luckier Than WannaBe’s” this is an important question to ask yourself. Embracing your WillBe potential could boost your desirability to recruiters and potential employers. Author Ian Ziskin
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Oct 26 2012

Pete Leibman created his own job description for his “dream job” and then sought it out and landed it – working in sports marketing at the age of 21 – for an NBA team. He was promoted to a management
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