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Category Archives: Job Search Research

  • Moving On After a Job Loss

    Losing a job is always tough. Whether you loved it or hated it, whether your employment ended suddenly or with planning and support, it hurts. So how do you move forward effectively? Take some time to grieve. Give yourself a short break to get past the worst effects. Most o… more

  • Job Search Lessons from May’s Military Holidays

    May is the month we recognize and remember several aspects of our military: Military Spouse Appreciation Day (May 10) is a recent recognition of their support. Armed Forces Day (May 18) recognizes those currently in service. Memorial Day (May 27) recognizes those who died in… more

  • Where O Where Do I Want to Work

    Sitting in your chair looking at job ads? Search agents out on your favorite sites? Think that is job search? Well, actually, no. I regularly hear job seekers complain about not finding good jobs online or never hearing back from all the resumes they have submitted to job a… more

  • How to Sharpen Your Job Search

    Been hunting for a new job for awhile? Or thinking of starting a job search? Summer is a great time to ‘sharpen your saw’ to quote an old proverb. Too many people just update an old resume, tell all their friends that they need a new job, and look at ads online. Not the be… more

  • Too Soon Old – Are You A Job Seeker Over 40

    When I give career development seminars, there are often questions about age discrimination. Yes, discrimination is illegal. And yes, it does still occur. There recently was a job posting on a professional group’s email list for an entry-level position which also included th… more