Tag Archives: job search

A Hidden Golden Nugget for Job Searchers

You are a job searcher.  You are looking all over the place—online and offline, at networking events, big boards, niche boards, newspapers to name only a few.  But there are some places you can be looking that you might not be using.  Did you know that your local Chamber of Commerce has networking events?  Or […]

How To Cope With Long Term Unemployment

I often mention in my posts why it’s important to belong to job search networking groups.  That is because I am the founder and facilitator of 2 such groups.  For the last 5 years, I have met with job searchers in various stages of their search.  The members represent different industries and roles.  The thing […]

Changes to Make in Your 2014 Job Search for Success.

  The old Chinese proverb, “Insanity is doing the same thing in the same way & expecting a different outcome” is true in job searching.  If you are doing the same thing over and over, but not getting results, it’s time to start doing things differently. Below you will find ways to tweak your job […]

The One Thing That Changed The Job Search Forever

A few years ago my brother, who is 13 years younger than I am, was looking at my yearbook and was laughing.  He asked me if we dressed up like that just for the photos.  I told him that’s what we wore “back then”.  He was only a toddler when I was in high school […]

5 Job Search Secrets Hidden in Newspapers

Yesterday I learned how to read a newspaper.  Well actually I learned how a job searcher should read a newspaper to find information about job searching.  And no, it wasn’t the classified ads.  Specifically, I learned how to read the Boston Business Journal from one of their audience development managers, Washawn Jones.  The information she […]