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Applying for jobs can be costly from two perspectives - the time it takes to apply and the opportunity missed if you get rejected.
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Do you care ENOUGH about your LinkedIn profile?

Do you care ENOUGH about your LinkedIn profile? | Find me a job | Scoop.it
Linkedin Profile LinkedIn is no big secret – this social media site has been around since 2002 and there are already 200 million people using it.  You can make connections, view jobs, keep track of your past and present colleagues or bosses and post...
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Does your CV and LinkedIn Profile contain Gobbledygook Language?

Does your CV and LinkedIn Profile contain Gobbledygook Language? | Find me a job | Scoop.it
For more than two decades I have been helping clients improve their CV and job hunting strategies.
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Find me a job quickly …

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STOP clutching at straws and adopt a proper Job Hunting Strategy Time and time again, I see people applying for all sorts of different roles in the hope that this time around it will generate the right result.  However, you won’t find the perfect...
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How one of my clients attracted five new job opportunities in just 14 days using only LinkedIn

How one of my clients attracted five new job opportunities in just 14 days using only LinkedIn | Find me a job | Scoop.it
Secure The Perfect Job Imagine what it would feel like if you could secure the perfect job within the perfect company. For decades and decades, we have all been limited by the jobs available and advertised at the time of our job hunt.
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How to develop a job-hunting strategy that works

How to develop a job-hunting strategy that works | Find me a job | Scoop.it
I love “how to’s”.  All the theories in the world are useless unless we know how to apply them and make a change.  I have always been a practical career coach who  ensures that what I suggest really works for my clients.  Twenty years ago, I designed...
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