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  • ……why do people do these things? November 17, 2020 11:14am

    leave a phone number and the voicemail is full leave a phone number and the message says, “this number cannot take any messages… try again later” don’t put a phone number on their resume (… and then wonder why they are not getting calls) put their phone number at the bottom of the resume don’t realizing that anyone looking at the resume is looking at 150 others and if they don’t see a way of reaching them…immediately…. they call someone else don̵...
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  • …”The chief task in life is simply this: to identify and separate matters so that I can say clearly to myself which are externals not under my control and which have to do with the choices I actually control.” – Epictetus November 9, 2020 9:29am

    When I read this quote from this ancient Stoic, I was reminded about how much emotion, time and effort is spent by jobseekers on matters they cannot control. I constantly help jobseekers through the emotional difficulties of dealing with things they can’t control, worrying about and wringing their hands over things that are totally beyond their influence. It’s important to remind jobseekers what they can control and ask them to focus on these issues rather than worrying about things...
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  • ….women work harder than men November 1, 2020 6:01pm

    I read two recent studies about women in the workforce. One study demonstrated that women are a lot more realistic about how well they do on their job than men are. The other one proved that women were less likely to “self promote” than men were. Having been in this business since 1973 and personally placed more than 11,000 candidates and interviewed more than 100,000 candidates, I’m convinced that, for the most part, women work harder than men. This is absolutely an anecdotal...
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  • …..whoooooooooooooooooooops October 25, 2020 1:18pm

    Interviewing is a stage contrived event. There’s really nothing like it that goes on in business. But, as is said about democracy, it sucks, but it is the best we’ve got. The most unfortunate thing about interviewing is that, no matter how extensive it is, it really measures the person’s ability to interview rather than their ability to perform on a job. It really doesn’t do any good to complain about this, because we all know in our hearts, both interviewing and hiring au...
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  • ……permanent, pervasive and personal October 18, 2020 3:27pm

     There are 12.8 million people out of work in the United States according to the latest statistics. I receive calls every week from a number of candidates who have been out of work so long that they are just downright depressed. And these are professionals who never dreamed that this kind of thing would happen to them. It doesn’t take long for many of these people to start asking, “What’s wrong with me? I’ve never had this much trouble finding a job. There’s got to...
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  • …..your references October 10, 2020 10:29pm

    As long as we are talking about references, I wanted to mention something that happened a month or so ago and happens a number of times a year… and it’s a great lesson of what not to do DO NOT put your references on your resume. We had a candidate that had his references on his resume. He sent the resume into a perspective employer (not our client). The employer liked the resume and the places the person had worked. Instead of calling a candidate for an interview, however, the hiring...
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