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The One TRUE Measurement of Your Job Search Progress

The One TRUE Measurement of Your Job Search Progress

If you, like so many of today’s job seekers, are “counting resumes sent” as a key indicator of job search progress, you’re not only using the wrong measurement, you are largely wasting your valuable time! “Headhunter” and author Skip Freeman points out that the only TRUE measurement of job search progress is the number of “first-time, face-to-face” interviews you have already had or are scheduled to have!

Turbo-Charge Your LinkedIn Network Using Google's 'X-Ray Search'!

Turbo-Charge Your LinkedIn Network Using Google’s ‘X-Ray Search’!

You can quickly and easily build your professional network through LinkedIn. Using Google’s “X-Ray Search” function in conjunction with LinkedIn, though, you can TURBO-CHARGE your network! Learn how here!

How You Can Make 'Voice Mail' Work FOR You!

How You Can Make ‘Voice Mail’ Work FOR You!

One thing you can be sure you will encounter during telephone prospecting is the dreaded, unbiquitous “voice mail.” While it certainly makes prospecting more difficult and challenging, “headhunter” and author Skip Freeman shows you some ways you can make the system work FOR you, rather than consistently against you.

The 'TOP 10' Mistakes EMPLOYED People Are Making Today

The ‘TOP 10’ Mistakes EMPLOYED People Are Making Today

Think just because you’re currently employed that you are “safe” in today’s job market? Think again! No one is safe in today’s turbulent job market. No one. “Headhunter” and author Skip Freeman points out the “Top 10” mistakes the currently employed are making today and then shows you how to avoid making them . . . how to “be prepared” if the “axe” should come your way!

STOP Applying for a Job and START Competing for One!

STOP Applying for a Job and START Competing for One!

If you’re still appying for a job instead of COMPETING for one in today’s job market, “headhunter” and author Skip Freeman has a word or two of advice for you!

When it Comes to Job Hunting . . .‘There’s Many a Slip Twixt the Cup and Lip’

When it Comes to Job Hunting . . .‘There’s Many a Slip Twixt the Cup and Lip’

Today’s job seekers need to be EXTRA alert! In this humorous blog, “headhunter” and author Skip Freeman features excerpts from his “‘Headhunter'” Hiring Secrets” that illustrate how some job seekers seem determined to “shoot themselves in the foot”!

2011 Job Market to Become Even More Competitive!

2011 Job Market to Become Even More Competitive!

If you thought last year’s job market was tough—and it certainly was!—then brace yourself for the 2011 job market because it could shape up to be a whole lot tougher! To effectively and successfully compete in the 2011 job market you’re really going to have to “up your game”! You’re probably familiar with the applicant-to-job-opening more »

Job Search Advice: Protect Your Dreams

Chris Gardner {Will smith} faced seemingly insurmountable odds but stuck with it and eventually got what he was after. All the while, people and circumstances were conspiring against him. Is this just good TV or can it happen in real life?

Discovering Careers to Enact Social Change

The career you choose has a tremendous impact on your life. Your job is likely to affect every aspect of your day-to-day existence. This applies to not only material things, like the car you drive or home you live in, but also to your overall sense of well-being and happiness. It is for this reason that many look for career paths that allow them to make a difference in the world.

The Secret to Working with Recruiters that Job Hunters just don’t know about

Recruiters aka headhunters – are starting to call again. Have you noticed? Are you ready? Do you know what to do to answer the call so you get picked and considered for their opportunities? Here’s the secret Show them proof! Keep an up-to-date deal sheet – instead of a resume – on your PC at work which you can share with recruiters when they call. Your IT department won’t accidentally find it and automatically assume you’re looking for a new job. Why Employers care 1st about who you’ve sold – 2nd how much you’ve sold – and 3rd is your rolodex useful to them. While you may not want to have a resume in circulation with contingency recruiters, a deal sheet can only help you. Now, this advice isn’t just for ‘sales’ types. Think about what proof you have that you’re dong a great job and have it handy when the call comes in.

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