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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 […]

The Holidays are Over, Time to Get Back to the Job Search.

They’re over!  The holidays are finished.  My husband and I took down the tree and put away the decorations.  There are no more Christmas cookies.  And the left overs are all gone.   If you’re like us, you’re ready to get back to normal life. What is everyday life for a job searcher?  It varies by […]

Job Loss Grief: The Unknown and Unacknowledged Emotion

You have either been laid off, downsized, right-sided, made redundant, let go, or whatever they called it, and you feel a wide range of emotions.  Or maybe you don’t feel anything at all at the moment.  All you know is you are now experiencing an unplanned change.  Everything you thought about yourself, your job and […]

Pressed For Success: Success begins with Networking

Any successful job searcher will tell you that the job was attained by networking. By contacting friends, colleagues and former classmates, one can find openings in the hidden job market. After an opening is found, the job seeker reaches out to contacts within the company to walk a resume in, put in a good word […]

Pressed For Sucess: Support When You Need It Most

http://pressedforsuccess.blogspot.com/2009/07/pressed-for-success.html Pressed for Success is a job search group that began on December 1, 2008, with three members. Today, we have over 60 members with 14 success stories. Following the job club model recommended by Tory Johnson of Women for Hire, we meet to network, share resources and provide mutual support. We have three types […]