Nobody likes to miss out. Nobody wants to hear the implied undertone of "We liked another candidate more than we liked you" because it takes us back
Imagine you were thinking about a kitchen renovation. To establish interest, you complete the online form to ask for a brochure that will encapsulate
You don't have to have a degree in it, you don't have to be a card carrying member of Mensa, nor do you need psychic abilities. When it all comes down
The buzz today is about networking. Everyone networks as we have been told it is the key to penetrating the hidden job market. That's true.
By Susan Britton Whitcomb, Career Coach Academy / Job Search Academy I was so impressed with this article by Susan, I have reproduced here -- her
Praise is SO nice to receive. Just yesterday a CIO client said to me that an exclusive executive headhunter told him that his resume was the best he'd
Here's the document to read the whole story in PDF format. Used with permission from Thomas Shaw at https://www.shortlist.net.au According to Thomas
It's natural for people to shop their resumes around. People will ask for opinions from friends, next door neighbours, colleagues, other resume