3 Steps to get your job search moving forward Step One Address the unknowns before you start. It is impossible to remove all of the unknowns, but you can certainly take a bite out of a few unknowns. UNKNOWN – CAN I RELOCATE IF NECESSARY? Evaluate your needs and ability to job search in other…

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How to job search in an ever changing economic environment This year has presented many challenges in identifying the opportunities in front of you and the barriers ahead. Consider that each time our economy has been challenged by a natural or man-made event, adjustments are made, lessons are learned, and new ideas are cultivated by…

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Be sure the relationship with your current boss is second to none. That relationship will drive your success either up, stable, or down. Work hard to engender trust with co-workers by keeping communication flowing. Some issues will work out on their own. Let time be your friend before you lose a friend. If you need…

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Dream job: 5 steps to turn your passion into a job       Check out these top dream jobs you never even knew existed. If you have something you love to do, there are ways to make it your profession.       ·      The average American worker puts in 38.7 hours a week…

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10 Best Jobs for Millennials Meghan McCallum has an enviable commute. The 30-year-old starts her morning with a leisurely cup of coffee at home in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, then takes a few steps to the office set up in her spare bedroom. There, she pores over emails from clients in France and Quebec before diving into…

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Ten Signs You’re Shooting Too Low In Your Job Search   Dear Liz,   I’ve been job-hunting since October. Maybe I was naive thinking my job search would be quick and easy. I’ve been in the insurance industry for over twenty years.   I’ve been an agent, an office manager and held almost every insurance…

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Ten Rules Job Seekers Are Allowed To Break Now The working world is changing dramatically around us.   The job-search world has changed, too. You can’t be a complacent job seeker these days. You have to be proactive. You can’t follow the old rules:   Apply for jobs online, then wait.   If you don’t…

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Millennials, Here’s Why Job Titles Don’t Matter Anymore I can’t tell you how many times my Dad used to ask me about what exactly it was again that I was doing for a living. Coming from the “black and white” world of accounting on Wall Street, he wasn’t satisfied with my answer that didn’t fit…

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25 cities adding (and losing) the most jobs in 2017   Here is a look at the five cities adding and losing the most jobs in 2017.   2017 may stand out for many events and developments, and among them is the exceptional year turned in by the labor market. For one, U.S. unemployment dropped…

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How to Get a Job If You’re Overqualified One of New York job coach Robert Hellmann’s clients had an impressive résumé as a senior human resources manager. The client had logged 20 years of experience, managed 30 people and commanded a budget of $10 million. But he found himself at a point in his life…

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