A study by Virginia Tech Carilion found that people who get quiet in conversations with others they feel are smarter suffer from “expression of IQ.” In these moments, we not only clam-up, we also temporarily lose our problem-solving ability.
Most of my friends and clients know that I love hiking. The reward involves beautiful mountain vistas and breathtaking wildflowers. But with anything worth doing, there’s always a downside. Mine happens to be falling.
The social networking site LinkedIn.com has transformed the way we network and how smart professionals of every age find jobs. Some “experts” are even saying that with a LinkedIn profile you don’t even need a resume.
One of the most prevalent and misguided advice we see every day at Crafted Resume is the insistence on including a resume objective. If you look at sample resumes across the internet, a large majority have an objective.
Finding a job through Facebook? Is that even possible? Absolutely! There are quick, simple things you can do on Facebook every day to find the job you want. Use Facebook to friend former employers, coworkers, college friends, etc.
Creating and maintaining an online brand is a relatively new phenomenon in the job searching world. In addition to having that stellar resume and cover letter, you should also have some sort of presence online.
You’ve been dreaming of the moment when you hear those sweet words, “We want to extend you an offer!” But that moment of career bliss can quickly turn to deep anxiety if the job offer comes from your number two or number three choice.
Do you want to be your own boss? You will probably answer ‘Yes’ to this question, but if your sole reason for becoming an entrepreneur is to become your own boss, then you may want to change your way of thinking.
If you’re an executive planning your next career move, it might surprise you to learn you’ll be judged by more than just your resume during your job search. In other words, a full resume is NOT necessarily the best fit for every job search contact.
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