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Who’s Firing – Layoffs week ended 7-30-10 – Page 3

Jul 31 2007 in Uncategorized by Phil Rosenberg

Top Layoffs week ended 7-30-10 – Continued Transcom Worldwide Inc, San Antonio TX (737) PricewaterhouseCoopers, Tampa FL (500) Navistar, West Point MS (500) Rochester City School District, Rochester NY (420) First Data Corp, Various US and International (350) Chicago City Colleges, Chicago IL (311) City of Vineland NJ (300+) Quality Aircraft Services, Miami FL (227) […]

Who’s Firing – Layoffs week ended 7-30-10 – Page 2

Jul 31 2007 in Uncategorized by Phil Rosenberg

Top Layoffs week ended 7-30: Government topped the list as the US Census Bureau cut 2,000 Indiana processing workers, NASA announced layoffs of 550 workers at Kennedy Space Center, and New York State eliminated 1,000+ positions, and The Rochester City School District cut 420 jobs. Manufacturing was next, as United Technologies announced 1,500 layoffs. Automotive […]

How To Get Your Dog A Job (You Too!) – Page 2

Jul 30 2007 in Featured, Job Boards, reCareered Blog by Phil Rosenberg

Fortunately, I met with SimplyHired’s team at a recent trade show, because they have just the tools to help you get your dog a job. They have some great tools for you also, reviewed at http://www.recareered.com/blog/2010/08/20/the-secret-to-getting-simply-hired/. But this article is about putting the dog to work … SimplyHired has a special search for dog friendly […]

Tweet Your Way to a Job – reCareered quoted at FINS.com – Page 3

Jul 29 2007 in Uncategorized by Phil Rosenberg

Be Exclusive and NaturalMark Matson, a career coach and CEO of Matson Money Inc., a Cincinnati-based investment advisor firm, sees Twitter as part of “an overall social media strategy.”Matson has been an avid Twitter user for over a year. He uses his account to tweet commentary about current finance news and to keep his followers […]

Tweet Your Way to a Job – reCareered quoted at FINS.com – Page 2

Jul 29 2007 in Uncategorized by Phil Rosenberg

What Are The Benefits And Pitfalls Of Tweeting For A Job? At a time when personal branding is more crucial than ever in getting noticed during a job search, there are few better ways to promote yourself than to tap into a site designed for just that. But beware of the possible pitfalls: Putting too […]

Interviewing For A Mentor – Page 2

Jul 28 2007 in Featured, Job Search Strategy, reCareered Blog by Phil Rosenberg

Why Is Interviewing For A Mentor Important? If you are looking for success in your next job and seek more than a paycheck, you’ll need to decide if you’ll find a good mentor at the company you are considering. According to Amy Barrett of Business Week “Mentors aren’t your parents, friends, or even your more […]

Interviewing For A Mentor – Page 3

Jul 28 2007 in Featured, Job Search Strategy, reCareered Blog by Phil Rosenberg

What Questions Should You Ask To Find About Mentorship During Interviews? While your primary goal during the interview process should be to sell yourself to the company, savvy candidates also use the process to learn if the opportunity and company are a good fit. One of the key items to look for should be mentorship […]

3 Ways For Job Seekers To Gain Inside Company Information – Page 4

Jul 27 2007 in Featured, Job Search Strategy, reCareered Blog by Phil Rosenberg

What Inside Information Can Help Job Seekers Most? As a job seeker, there are a number of types of inside information that can provide value to your search: Goals: While public companies disclose their overall goals annually, they often don’t disclose how they plan to achieve them. Companies that have increased revenue goals might be […]

3 Ways For Job Seekers To Gain Inside Company Information – Page 3

Jul 27 2007 in Job Search Strategy, reCareered Blog, Uncategorized by Phil Rosenberg

Source #2 – Job Boards and #3 – Linkedin Company Follow Source #2 – Job Boards Most job seekers use job boards to learn what job openings exist at the moment. But job boards can provide information about jobs that will be listed in the future. In a sense, job boards can be predictive, a […]

3 Ways For Job Seekers To Gain Inside Company Information – Page 2

Jul 27 2007 in Featured, Job Search Strategy, reCareered Blog, Uncategorized by Phil Rosenberg

Source #1 – Your Network The most obvious source of inside information in your own network. While that’s no shocker to most candidates, many candidates can use help in understanding what inside information is valuable, and how to uncover it. For this discussion, let’s define network fairly broadly. In defining your network broadly, it’s important […]

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