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Tag Archives: job search

Landing a Job in the Liberty Movement

March 25, 2013 By Claire Kittle, Executive Director of Talent Market Original source can be found here.    Love the Liberty Movement? Ready to commit to a career, but are you not sure how to find the right freedom-fighting spot for you?   …

Distinguish Yourself: Keep Learning

Defining Success

December 12, 2012 by Kristina Burroughs, Recruiter at Center for Shared Services Original source can be found here.   One of the most important things you can do in narrowing down your job search starts with a series of questions that only …

Beware the Phantom Job Listing

January 9, 2013 by Lauren Weber and Leslie Kwoh, Wall Street Journal Original source can be found here.   John Nottingham says he was planning to hire a new design manager eventually. But when he heard a talented fellow alumnus of his …

80% of Success is Just Showing Up: Landing a Job in Another City

December 19, 2012 by Claire Kittle, Talent Market Original source can be found here.   I often work with candidates who want to move to a specific city, but they don’t want to relocate until they have landed a job.   And …

8 Career Lessons from Katniss Everdeen of the ‘Hunger Games’

  April 4, 2013 By Ritika Trikha of Careerbliss.com Original source can be found here.   Katniss Everdeen dodges danger and outwits her opponents. Can Katniss’ survival techniques help you survive today’s job market? Career blogger Ritika Trikha thinks so.   Read more…

11 Ways to Gauge Your Next Employer’s Culture

January 25, 2013 by George Anders, on LinkedIn Original source can be found here.   It’s easy to size up people’s personalities. A rich vocabulary lets us distinguish between introverts and extroverts, optimists and pessimists, and so on. When the conversation turns …