Author Archives: Arleen Bradley
Deflategate and Your Job Search
I admit it. I live right in the heart of Patriot Land. So while, I might be biased about what did or didn’t happen, I do see how it relates to a job search. I bet you are scratching your head wondering where I’m going. It is said that the Patriots were using whatever they […]
Do You Hate Your Job and Dread Monday? Life Is Too Short For That.
Is Friday the longest day of the week and Sunday the shortest? If you are one the many Americans who hate their job, you answered yes. Do you know anyone who actually loves their work? I know just a few. Most people I know hate their jobs. I had a job I thoroughly hated. I […]
Interview and the Flu: What Do I Do?
It’s flu season. Usually, getting a flu shot would protect you but this year the shot is only 23% effective. If you are a job searcher with an interview scheduled, nothing could be worse than getting the flu when you are supposed to interview. You will do your candidacy more good by staying home than […]
Do You Put Your Degree Date On A Resume?
At a recent networking meeting we had a lively discussion about whether job searchers should include on their résumé the year they graduated from college. The group was pretty much split down the middle. It was an important question as all the attendees were over 45. I would like to share some points from both […]
WITH THE NEW YEAR COMES A NEW ENERGY
Here we are in between Christmas and New Year. The cooking and baking are done, and the goodies long gone from plates, but firmly stuck on your hips. The tree is dropping needles like snowflakes in a blizzard. The family is looking for things to do; already bored with all the new distractions. And you […]