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Article Title: What Do Employers Remember About You? Author Byline: Lorraine Russo Author Website: http://undergroundjobnetwork.com Imagine you are a recruiter or hiring manager at a job fair. An attendee (that is, a job seeker) walks up to you and says: “So, what have you got for me?” Yikes! Remember our posts on developing and practicing […]

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Article Title: Calling All Recruiters! Who has my Job? Author Byline: CareerAlley Author Website: http://careeralley.com Recruiters again, haven’t we run out yet? Not by a long shot. By my count, I’ve identified over 300 recruiters and I’m sure there are more that I’ve not yet found. Not that I’m suggesting you should contact 300 recruiters, […]

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Article Title: Leveraging your Executive Recruiter and Headhunter Network Author Byline: CareerAlley Author Website: http://careeralley.com As with most things in life, job search is a “two way street”. The concept of networking lives by this and Executive Recruiters and Headhunters do as well. This works in different ways. In some cases, the recruiter may be […]

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Article Title: Where have all the good jobs gone? Author Byline: CareerAlley Author Website: http://careeralley.com Good question. Not as many jobs as there used to be (and seems like less each week), but there are jobs. This blog and today’s theme is about how to find a job. Coincidentally, Fortune Magazine’s cover story this issue […]

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Article Title: Who’s Hiring in the Best Companies – Vol XI Author Byline: CareerAlley Author Website: http://careeralley.com So exactly how does Fortune determine the Best Companies list? They conducted a survey with over 81,000 employees from 353 companies. To learn more, click “How we pick the 100 Best”. What is even more interesting about the […]

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Article Title: Tapping Into The Hidden Job Market Author Byline: Lorraine Russo Author Website: http://undergroundjobnetwork.com Wouldn’t it be neat if there were a website somewhere with a button that said Click Here To Enter The Hidden Job Market? Well, we haven’t found that site yet, but we can tell you the hidden job market is […]

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Article Title: Interview Success Tips in a Tough Economy Author Byline: Christina Archer is the Director of Healthcare Recruiting with AgentHR’s Columbus, Ohio office. Author Website: http://www.agenthr.com/carcher No matter where you are in your career, from entry-level to the top rung of the ladder, one skill that is absolutely necessary to catapult you from one […]

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Article Title: Who’s Hiring at the World’s Most Admired Companies – Vol I Author Byline: CareerAlley Author Website: http://careeralley.com Another Fortune list, which means more resources for your job search, this list “The World’s Most Admired Companies” is a global list, some of which are also included on the other Fortune lists. I’ll review 5 […]

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Article Title: Jailhouse Jobs Author Byline: Peter Weddle Author Website: http://www.weddles.com/WorkStrong An article in The New York Times this week notes that this Great Recession is spawning its share of throwback coping behavior. As it did during the Great Depression, today‚Äôs downturn is forcing some people who have lost their jobs and then their homes […]

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Article Title: Hey Brother, Can You Spare a Job? Author Byline: CareerAlley Author Website: http://careeralley.com Job boards, recruiters, company websites, friends, family . . . who’s hiring? Well, if you do your homework and are persistent, there are plenty of companies hiring. You should be using all of your resources (basically, everything listed in my […]

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