Tag Archives: job change

Job Searching – The Opportunities

So, yes, job searching is stressful. Nobody likes to get laid off. And even if you can’t stand where you’re working, or you’re going after your dream that suddenly looks like it’s within reach, starting a job search actually takes … Continue reading

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Sharing: A job called Job Searching

The article is an insight to the professional emotions and skills a person exhibit during job search. Interestingly, the person does not get any regular compensation or regular motivation for doing so. via A job called Job Search — nocaptionblog

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Shared: Post Grad Job Search: What if Passion Just Doesn’t Cut it?

The whole “find your passion and make it earn money for you” approach is, in my opinion, severely mis-guided… and also promoted by people who are sheltered in certain environments, and haven’t been on the real-world job scene for quite … Continue reading

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Job Searching – Allowing for the Inevitable Crisis

I wish it weren’t so, but we live in a world where precious little is guaranteed to us, anymore. Once upon a time, you could join a company and stay with it your entire career. No more. Job changes are … Continue reading

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7 answers your recruiter wants to hear

When you’re looking for a new job, you may find yourself working with recruiters. I’ve talked to hundreds of them over the past 30 years, and I’ve found that there are certain things they all want to know. They need … Continue reading

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Why you should keep looking even when you’re interviewing for the job of your dreams

A very insightful article I wish I’d read about 15 years ago. When you’re just starting out, it’s so easy to get caught up in the thrill of the job search. And then you actually have an interview at a … Continue reading

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Your résumé – another source of “passive income”

For those in the “infopreneurial” line of work, the concept of passive income should be familiar. It’s the income that arrives in your bank account from something you create once, and then sell over and over. A book is a … Continue reading

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