Archive for 'Career Development'

Job Searching: A Glimpse Into The Future

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Today’s job market is tough.  We’re all painfully aware of this fact.  In a previous post I spoke about selling yourself and thinking differently when conducting a job search.    Now, more than ever, it’s essential to leverage your network and to use your creativity to get noticed.

One way people are beginning to make an impact with employers is through the use of new technology.  Most notably – Social Media.

Recently, I stumbled upon a remarkable woman named Susan Villas ...

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The Power of Informational Interviewing

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A few weeks ago I submitted a post on interesting job search strategies, and it led to a stream of emails asking me to clarify what I meant by “Informational Interviewing”.  Here’s a more in depth look at what I believe to be the best job search process out there today!

The Value of a Long Term Strategy

First off, I’m not here to say don’t use the want ads!  I’ve used them often when I’m looking for work and so should ...

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Winning Job Search Strategies

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We all know finding work in today’s marketplace isn’t easy.  However, if you’re considering a job change or are just starting your mental health career you might want to take a look at the following principles.  They can help you build a highly effective job search campaign.

1) Think Different

There are lots of obstacles and challenges no matter what your profession.  And each industry brings its own unique set of circumstances.  But perhaps the biggest roadblock for many in our field ...

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