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The Job Search Solution is the result of everything I have learned in my practice. It is a fail safe system that has helped more than 100,000 people find a new job. With the Job Search Solution you won’t have to worry about results. This system is not theory. It’s a practical, in the trenches, reality! We are so confident in the Job Search Solution that we guarantee if you aren’t completely satisfied, we will return your money. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain, both personally and professionally. Order today and get started improving your life with the job that you deserve!

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The Job Search Solution
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Unbeatable Resumes
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Acing the Interview
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    My candidate had an absolutely excellent track record. He had 15 years of excellent performance in three different firms, had left them for very good reasons and was going to make some company a real winner. Admittedly, he hadn’t interviewed for a job for quite a long time and agreed that he had to practice. Interviewing does not come naturally and, unfortunately, companies and the people in them make decisions about the candidate’s ability to do the job based on their ability to intervi...
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  • Importance of Discipline at Workplace November 28, 2022 11:18am

    I’ve been listening to as well as reading Ryan Holiday’s book Discipline is Destiny. Every employer and every employee in the country should be required to read this book.  It has baffled me why 4 million people, according to a number of authorities, just plain dropped out of the workforce. Some say it is the result of “long Covid,” some say it’s the result of the government paying people not to work. My sense, having been doing what I do since 1973, is that thi...
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  • Main Tip to Get a Job During the Holidays? November 21, 2022 12:23pm

    The holidays are among us, that said . . . . Happy Thanksgiving! Being in the “people business” for over 44 years and dealing with both demanding issues of a business as well as rewarding experiences of running a business, I am convinced that it all boils down to having a proper attitude. With an “attitude of gratitude” one is able to manage life and work a lot easier with more grace, than those who view everything as a blessing or a calamity. My best friend of 50 years and rugby buddy,...
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  • If A Candidate Has Multiple Jobs Does That Mean Their Unreliable? November 18, 2022 10:02am

    There is one constant conundrum in the profession of a recruiter as well as for our clients and our candidates. It is the problem of having too many jobs in a short period of time as part of your career history.  We’ve known some organizations that consider more than two jobs in five years to be excessive. Most people would agree that three jobs in three years is problematic. A hiring authority and his or her company are looking to minimize risk. A candidate with three jobs in three years...
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  • When You Find Good Candidates, Do Not Lag in the Hiring Process November 11, 2022 6:32pm

    Our software client had four regional sales reps in North Texas up until 12 months ago. They push their people pretty hard and the VP is a “my way or the highway” type of guy. He’s been with them for 10 years and worked his way up. He is a pretty good guy and certainly knows his company and products very well. He’s not particularly fun to work for and he lets people know he’s the one on “top of the heap” and as long as you perform, he’s your distant friend, but a bit of a solip...
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  • The Often Untold Story in the Hiring Process October 31, 2022 11:54am

    I probably experience a story like this at least once a month. Keep in mind, I’m only one recruiter and even though I’m far beyond average, I still only experience a very minute group of hiring processes. The reason I bring this up is that when I saw this story unfold over the last few months I wondered how many millions of times this kind of thing happens. So here’s the story: Seven months ago, John, the regional manager of a multibillion-dollar company had one of his better people retire...
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