Category Archives: career transitions

Looking for a New Job? Do You Have the Right Skills?

You want a new job because your job no longer suits you for whatever reason. When you look at your marketability for a new position, one thing you look at is how current your skills are. When you have been in a job for a several years, you take for granted that what you know […]

Over come gaps and multiple lay-offs

In my last post,  I talked about job hopping not being a bad thing.  That sometimes, it can help a career.  But in this post, I will talk about when it’s a terrible thing. And what you can do about it. Well it seems that even with the Great Recession gaps due to several layoffs hasn’t […]

A New Positive Direction for Job Search Success when you are 45+

An excellent opportunity for Networking, receiving the Moral Support you need, and learning State of the Art Job Search Strategies for job searchers 45+. Is your search more difficult due to your age? Do you feel alone in your job search and no one understands what you are going through? Are you feeling depressed and […]

One Really Good Tip to End Your Job Search: Reduce Interview Stress

We all feel the stress caused by interviews.  But not everyone knows how to it reduced by breathing.  Not just any breathing, but diaphragmatic breathing or belly breathing.   There is a remarkable relationship between how you breathe and the stress you feel.  Put breathing from your diaphragm into your preparations to ace interviews. The Benefits […]

Your Ticket to Job Search Success

To get into most places, you need a ticket.  The movies, an airplane, a ball game, the theater, or success all need a ticket.  Without it, you can’t get where you want to be.  A successful job search includes networking-meeting and talking with many people.  There are many people networking and for more than job […]