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Family in tribute to jungle Briton - Prestwich and Whitefield Guide

Family in tribute to jungle Briton - Prestwich and Whitefield Guide | Find Employment Faster | Scoop.it
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Family in tribute to jungle Briton
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Mr Huntley, of Hackney, east London, who is originally from the Leeds-Bradford border, was on a sabbatical from his job in the City.
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Infographic: The 1357% rise in social media job...

Infographic: The 1357% rise in social media job... | Find Employment Faster | Scoop.it
There's been an explosion of jobs involving social media over the last three years. This infographic breaks it down.
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4 Tips For An Effective Online Resume Strategy | CAREEREALISM

4 Tips For An Effective Online Resume Strategy | CAREEREALISM | Find Employment Faster | Scoop.it
Contrary to what you have heard, the resume still has its place in this Web 2.0 world. Here are a few tips for creating an effective online resume strategy.
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Why Do You Fail At Finding a Job Using Networking?

Why Do You Fail At Finding a Job Using Networking? | Find Employment Faster | Scoop.it

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Barry Deutsch's curator insight, February 25, 2013 4:17 PM

This article on the Jibber Jobber Blog could serve as poster child example of why most executive and managerial candidates fail miserably at their job search.


Assumption number 1: There are not a lot of jobs for your particular niche, industry, category, function available.


Assumption number 2: Of the jobs available, at least 80% are in the hidden job market and NEVER advertisted. Executives are leveraging their own networks to bring talent to the table.


How do you overcome these two assumptions or roadblocks to landing interviews for open positions?


You network on-line and off-line. What's the problem with this approach. Most executives and managers are terrible in networking for two reasons. No one has ever trained them in how to do effectively.


Secondly, and perhaps embarrassingly, most executives and managers invest very little time in learning how to be great networkers in their job search. As a result they are forced to become dependent on job advertising which usually is impossible to even get a call back, let alone realizing it's a very small percentage of the great jobs out there.


When will you start to "sharpen the saw" as Covey called it = on learning how to network in job search effectively?


Barry Deutsch

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IMPACT Hiring Solutions

http://www.impacthiringsolutions.com/careerblog

 

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http://www.impacthiringsolutions.com/candidates/candidate-products/not-the-position-i-accepted-

 

Don’t forget to join us on our popular Job Search LinkedIn Discussion Group

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Preparing for a Project Management Interview

Preparing for a Project Management Interview | Find Employment Faster | Scoop.it
Here are some tips for preparing for the all important interview stage for a project management job. ... Are they active on social media sites? Do any of their employees have a blog? This can be ...

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Career Builders: 8 professions with surprising paychecks

* Paychecks can vary based on factors including industry, location and company, though there's generally a standard pay range for every job function.
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Do Employers 'Like' Social Media? - Infographic - PayScale

Do Employers 'Like' Social Media? - Infographic - PayScale | Find Employment Faster | Scoop.it
PayScale asked employers how they manage employee use of social media. Some like it, some don't. (Do Employers 'Like' Social Media?
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What Does “Looking Your Best” Mean For A Job Interview? - Boston.com

What Does “Looking Your Best” Mean For A Job Interview? - Boston.com | Find Employment Faster | Scoop.it
What Does “Looking Your Best” Mean For A Job Interview?
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Remember: What the right attire is for an interview at the dot com can be very different from what's expected at the private bank or even at the ad agency.

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I makes a huge difference on rather you get the offer or not!

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Would You Lie On Your Resume?

Would You Lie On Your Resume? | Find Employment Faster | Scoop.it
Last time I wrote about lying on your resume, I got a variety of responses, both for and against lying to get a job: (Would you lie on your resume?

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Tweet your way to your next job

Tweet your way to your next job | Find Employment Faster | Scoop.it
Forget paper resumes, your next job could hang on a 140-letter tweet. (RT @smh: Tweet your way to a job: resumes are dead, it's all about your online persona now, say tech-forward recruiters.
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The most overused words on resumes | Articles | Main

The most overused words on resumes | Articles | Main | Find Employment Faster | Scoop.it
A new survey reveals which phrases to leave out, and what to say to stand out.
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Multimedia resumes can help candidates stand out

Multimedia resumes can help candidates stand out | Find Employment Faster | Scoop.it
With the explosion of social and mobile media that connect people with text, sound, photos, and video, multimedia resumes could be the wave of the future.
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Social Media Recruiting: Your Facebook Guide

Social Media Recruiting: Your Facebook Guide | Find Employment Faster | Scoop.it
There are over 900million users on Facebook, 50% of whom login everyday. There are a billion people on Facebook. Although Facebook is seen as one of the more personal and private social networks, it’s no longer just for friends and family.
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How Employers Use Social Media for Job Recruiting [Infographic]

How Employers Use Social Media for Job Recruiting [Infographic] | Find Employment Faster | Scoop.it
How are employers using social media for job recruiting? Check out this research and infographic for the results of a survey conducted by Jobvite.
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"PLAY GIG-IT" Game Launches On Facebook: Virtual Concert Experience With Lil' Wayne, Miguel, Rick Ross, Kendrick Lamar And More

"PLAY GIG-IT" Game Launches On Facebook: Virtual Concert Experience With Lil' Wayne, Miguel, Rick Ross, Kendrick Lamar And More | Find Employment Faster | Scoop.it
NEW YORK, July 23, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- 212 Decibels, the premier social platform game development company...
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Register for our next job fair by April 19, 2013! T

Register for our next job fair by April 19, 2013! T | Find Employment Faster | Scoop.it

Job Fair, May 9, 2013 2:00 - 6:00 pm



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If you are an employer hiring in the healthcare industry, register before April 19, 2013 to take advantage of reaching over 200,000 readers through our advertising.  You will meet qualified canditates that are ready to work for you.  


If you are a job seeker, register early and upload your resume so we can share with companies that are hiring!

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2013 Compensation Best Practices Report

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Are your competitors growing and giving raises in 2013? Find out. Download PayScale's free 2013 compensation best practices report.

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6 Tips For Women Starting A Career In A Male-Dominated Field - Forbes

6 Tips For Women Starting A Career In A Male-Dominated Field - Forbes | Find Employment Faster | Scoop.it
As I’ve said before, being a woman in today’s competitive job market can be a challenge--particularly if you’re hoping to start your career in traditionally male-dominated fields, such as finance, science, technology, engineering or mathematics.
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MSN Careers - 15 bachelor's degree majors with starting pay of $50,000-plus - Career Advice Article

MSN Careers - 15 bachelor's degree majors with starting pay of $50,000-plus - Career Advice Article | Find Employment Faster | Scoop.it
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14 Interview Questions That Reveal Everything - Huffington Post

14 Interview Questions That Reveal Everything - Huffington Post | Find Employment Faster | Scoop.it
14 Interview Questions That Reveal Everything
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So I asked smart people from a variety of fields for their favorite interview question and, more importantly, why it's their favorite and what it tells them about the candidate.

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Google Search App: Interview

A nervous job candidate uses Google Search by Image to find unexpected common ground with his interviewer.

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Job Seekers | Step-by-step Guide to Find-Connect with Your Dream Job

Job Seekers | Step-by-step Guide to Find-Connect with Your Dream Job | Find Employment Faster | Scoop.it

"There are far too many job seekers blasting their resumes at any job posting that looks remotely close.  This practice alienates recruiters, and your resume is sure to end up in a black hole."

 

"When you find a job you want to apply to, you must do more than just submit your resume and cross your fingers. Take the bull by the horns and find someone inside the company to share what they know or better yet, ask them if they will present you as a candidate for the job."

"These three posts will help with the details and logic:" - Hannah Morgan

 

Read more:

http://www.youtern.com/thesavvyintern/index.php/2013/02/17/step-by-step-guide-networking-your-way-into-a-dream-company/


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Hannah covers 3 different scenarios around the job search when you do not know who to contact. Yet you understand to connect before submitting a resume is critical.

 

She also covers how to find the right people to connect with and which tools have been found to work the best. Definetly an article to bookmark for future use and share with any actively looking for their dream job.

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10 Interview Questions You Should Never Ask (and 5 You Always Should) | The Daily Muse

10 Interview Questions You Should Never Ask (and 5 You Always Should) | The Daily Muse | Find Employment Faster | Scoop.it
We asked professional recruiters to brief us on the questions you should never ask in an interview–plus five effective ones you should ask instead. (Interviewing a new candidate?
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MSN Careers - Your nonverbal communication can wreck your interview - Career Advice Article

communicate effectively without talking => http://t.co/SlxisBDM
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This Is Your Brain On Social Media | Social Media Today

Social media is everywhere. As hard as many of you are trying to deny it, social media is here to stay. It has changed the way we do business. It has changed the way we market our business. It has changed the way we communicate with each other.
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