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  Resolutions to Make the Career Change of Your Dreams in 2014
by Michelle Dumas - Jan, 2014
2014 will be the Year of the Horse. On the Chinese Zodiac, the year is for those who make efforts to improve themselves – energetic, bright, intelligent, and capable people. For even sounder reasons, it may be the time for professionals and mid-professionals to make a career change. The end of 2013 may be the best time to prepare for a change. Ask yourself the following: Where do I want to be on my career an...
 
  Resume Help: How to Craft an Accomplishment Statement
by Debra Wheatman - Jan, 2014
The lack of powerful accomplishment statements is the most common resume shortcoming. If a candidate does not include relevant and compelling accomplishments on his resume, his chances of earning interviews are diminished. A hiring employer may receive hundreds of resumes. The resumes lacking accomplishments will be cast aside. In most cases, the resume is the one shot you get to capture the hiring employer’s attention and...
 
  The 10 Most Overused Words on LinkedIn Profiles in 2013
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Jan, 2014
Every year (at least for the last four years) LinkedIn has performed an analysis of all the English language profiles on its site. This year, with more than 259 million members, you can imagine how varied the list is. Shockingly, the number-one most overused buzz word on LinkedIn profiles in 2013 was used TWICE as much as the number-two word on the list. To be honest, the fact the word was used twice as much as the second word...
 
  Top 10 Executive Resume Trends For 2014
by Laura Smith-Proulx - Jan, 2014
Gearing up for your 2014 executive job search? One of your first tasks is probably polishing your resume… but oh, how the times have changed. The new reality in executive job hunting demands not only a powerful marketing package for your skills, but also a keen awareness of social media, Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS), recruiter preferences, and cutting-edge personal branding. Take stock of these 10 trends desti...
 
  What is a Headhunter? And What’s the Difference Between a Headhunter, a Recruiter and a Sourcer?
by Teena Rose - Jan, 2014
Before we even discuss how to find and work with a headhunter, an understanding needs to be reached about who exactly this person is and what role he or she plays in the greater landscape of the employment world. Some distinguishment also needs to be made between a headhunter and a recruiter, two roles that are oftentimes mistaken as the same. So, what is a headhunter and what do they do? Well, the common definition is...
 
  21 Ways To Make A Name For Yourself
by Robin Fisher Roffer - Jan, 2014
What does it take to create a high performance career that gains steam, rather than peters out? Read on. My company Big Fish Marketing turned 21 this year, and I couldn’t be prouder of my business and the brands we’ve built. In honor of our anniversary, I’ve made a list of the major lessons I’ve learned from working with top executives at some of the world’s biggest brands. 1. Be curious. Do everything you can to u...
 
  High Tech Executive Job Search: Getting Back in the Game
by Paul Freiberger - Jan, 2014
The technology sector has been battered for the past few years. On a national scale, the American technology sector lost 245,600 jobs in 2009, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Losses have hit each segment of the industry, but a closer look at the numbers reveals a great deal of localized inconsistency. For example, some states, including Massachusetts, Washington, Texas and California, did well even in mid...
 
  How To Sell Your Ideas Like Don Draper
by Robin Fisher Roffer - Jan, 2014
Could playing small be what’s keeping you from winning big in business? Each time I sit down to watch an episode of Mad Men I’m drawn in by the power that Don Draper commands in a meeting. He knows that he’s got the right idea. His cocksure pitch blankets the client in confidence. With total faith, they believe that the campaign will work to increase sales and build their personal reputations as genius decision makers. And...
 
  How to Write a Graduate School Resume
by Paul Freiberger - Jan, 2014
Prepare your graduate school resume (some call it a graduate school CV) once you've decided to expand your knowledge and skills by earning a Master's Degree or PhD. This is a key part of the grad school application process; it is not the same type of resume used for job applications. The school will want to make sure that you can handle the advanced lessons and courses. Your graduate school resume, or CV, helps make your c...
 
  Making Your Resume Case for a Perfect Career
by Paul Freiberger - Jan, 2014
What does a lawyer’s resume look like? In most respects, an attorney's resume is no different from an executive resume or any other six-figure resume of any other professional. It should clearly outline your accomplishments, experience, education and skills. It should look crisp and contemporary. It should be quickly digestible, so that the reader can appraise the basics of your qualifications in a few seconds. It should be gu...
 
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