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Resume Objectives Are Ineffective and Dead

Author: Judi Perkins

Category: Career

The resume objective is dead Objectives are either too limiting, because they’re written very specifically, or they’re bland and generic When your resume should sell you why compromise your sales pitch...

Your Resume And Cover Letter: Poor Grammar, Poor Impression

Author: Judi Perkins

Category: Career

I've become increasingly concerned about the ignorance of Americans - not those who have learned English as a second language, but native English speakers - regardless of race, income level, schooling or other determining factors The number of people who read seems to be decreasing in direct proportion to the number of kids growing up with portable dvds, and ipods Television has become the preferred babysitter for children and the most effective way for adults to anesthetize themselves after a day's work...

How To Write A Post-interview Thank You Letter

Author: Judi Perkins

Category: Career

Sending a thank you letter is as important as interview preparation But they’re tough to write, so people either tell themselves that not sending one doesn’t matter, or they procrastinate until it’s too late and almost pointless anyway But anyone who tells themselves that foregoing a fundamental rule of etiquette doesn’t matter, not only taints themselves in the mind of the interviewer, but misses two additional opportunities to sell...

Effective And Ineffective Recruiters

Author: Judi Perkins

Category: Career

If recruiters are so helpful in finding a person a job, why do they get such a bad rap sometimes We’ve all heard the stories: a candidate’s resume ended up on his boss’s desk, or the current company was called for a reference without the person’s permission The recruiter misrepresented the candidate to the company or vice versa and wasted everyone’s time...

Setting Interviews For A New Job: Do The Opposite!

Author: Judi Perkins

Category: Career

Job hunters can be very passive: posting resumes on job boards instead of frequently searching them; letting inept recruiters contact them instead of finding recruiters who make things happen; being too optimistic about a job prospect, saying "I might as well check it out - why not" and then saying "I knew that Why did I bother...

Hate Your Job? Take Action Before It's Taken For You

Author: Judi Perkins

Category: Career

Ever been fired and it was a complete surprise If you have, it shouldn’t have been You missed the cues...

Fired? The Interview Solution

Author: Judi Perkins

Category: Career

So you were fired Now what How will you explain it when you interview There are many questions that plague job seekers...

Your Next Job: How Progressive Is A "Progressive Company"? (Part 4 Of A 5-Part Series)

Author: Judi Perkins

Category: Career

Have you said this one "I'm looking for a progressive company" Progressive is a real buzzword It conjures up delightful feelings of working for a company current with the latest trends, using cutting-edge techniques and thinking, employing the latest technology, providing means of convenience for its employees, demonstrating an understanding of the employees’ personal needs—in short, a company where everyone is happy to be there because this company is doing things that other (thus unprogressive) companies are not...

Your Next Job: Is It A "Growth Oriented" Company? (Part 5 Of A 5-Part Series)

Author: Judi Perkins

Category: Career

In addition to the four phrases we’ve already discussed, there’s a fifth one that also needs definition: "growth oriented" Probably 95% of all job seekers (perhaps a conservative estimate) are looking for a company that is growth oriented As opposed to one that is shrinking...

Your Next Job: Looking For The "Right Opportunity"? (Part 1 Of A 5-Part Series)

Author: Judi Perkins

Category: Career

During interviews it's often the little things that disqualify a candidate from consideration - and they don't even realize it One of those is the use of phrases that are trite and ambiguous Because people go to interviews without searching inside themselves for why they’re changing and what their ideal job would be, they frequently use phrases that do more harm than good...

Your Next Job: What Is A "Reputable Company"? (Part 2 Of A 5-Part Series)

Author: Judi Perkins

Category: Career

Have you ever been offered a job, accepted it, and began working only to say to yourself a few weeks later, "Hey, wait a minute This is not what I want"...

Your Next Job: I Want To Work For A "People Oriented" Firm! (Part 3 Of A 5-Part Series)

Author: Judi Perkins

Category: Career

Let's face it - while we go to the office to work, no one is expected to keep their head down the entire time they're at the office -- not speak to anyone else, forego the occasional cigarette break if they're a smoker Yet companies productivity out of their employees - that's why they're paying you No talking or socializing at all is one extreme, while the other one is that you can talk to whomever you want, whenever you want...

Interviewing Styles: Should You Learn Them?

Author: Judi Perkins

Category: Career

There is much talk about Interviewing Styles: The Directive Interview, The Behavioral Interview, The Stress Interview, The Qualifying Interview, The This Interview, The That Interview Articles outline different styles, list typical questions for each and tell you how to prepare for them, as well as suggesting appropriate answers That's all well and good, but there's an obvious question here that begs to be asked: how do you KNOW which style you'll encounter...

Five Interview Questions You Should Always Ask

Author: Judi Perkins

Category: Career

These five questions go beyond the obvious ones, such as the title of the job, the job description, to whom it would be reporting, and other such basic questions In fact, it's unlikely you'll even need to ask those questions, as they're usually outlined for you With some preparation and thought, you should be able to easily come up with 15 - 20 first-interview questions to ask...

13 Resume Mistakes That Can Cost You The Interview

Author: Judi Perkins

Category: Writing

1 A BLAND OR GENERIC OBJECTIVE: If your objective could be applied to a marketing resume as easily as a resume for an accounting position, then your objective says nothing and will get you nowhere An objective is NOT some required paragraph at the top of the page that is an exercise in 5 lines of job speak...

No More Generic Cover Letters!

Author: Judi Perkins

Category: Writing

Creating a job search cover letter doesn’t need to be a laborious process Effective cover letters are short, skimmable and easy to read (a good rule of thumb no matter WHERE your cover letter is going) – three to four paragraphs tops If you are answering an ad, address the requirements in the ad and speak to how your experience relates to each...

The Only Way To Resign

Author: Judi Perkins

Category: Jobs

Once you've accepted the offer with your new employer and set the start date, obviously the next step is to let your current employer know you'll be leaving Write a brief letter of resignation (the operative word there is "brief") If you feel a need out of loyalty or guilt to write anything more than a few short sentences, curb it...

A Closer Look At Two Interview Questions

Author: Judi Perkins

Category: Career

A job interview is stressful The person who hasn’t made a lot of changes isn’t practiced at what is involved (nor should they want to be), and the person who has made a lot of changes doesn’t have any idea as to what’s involved either, or they wouldn’t be making so many changes Preparing for the interview de-stresses the situation considerably...

When The Recruiter Calls

Author: Judi Perkins

Category: Career

Recruiting, retained or contingency, involves (or should, anyway) directly approaching individuals who, based on their title or position, might well have the experience to handle the job description and position for which the client is seeking someone The individuals who are approached, of course, are usually currently employed at one of the client's competitors If that individual is you, what would you do...

 
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