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6 Ways To Become the Top Dog Before Your Interview

May 30 2008 in Featured, reCareered Blog, Resumes by Phil Rosenberg

Did you realize that nearly all hiring managers pre-rank candidates before they’ve interviewed even one? If you’re the top candidate before interviews, then it’s basically your job to lose. So how can you position yourself as the top candidate? It takes a lot of planning, and takes into account all 4 audiences of your resume. […]

Build a LinkedIN Profile That You Can be Proud Of!

May 29 2008 in Uncategorized by Phil Rosenberg

If you are looking for a job, you should count on employers looking for your LinkedIN profile. It’s becoming a business standard to check people out online before hiring them, whether doing a Google search or looking them up on LinkedIN or Facebook. Are you searching for a job with a bland or empty LinkedIN […]

To Fax or Not to Fax – That is the Question

May 28 2008 in Uncategorized by Phil Rosenberg

A client asked me if he should fax his resume, in order to get more attention. He was surprised when I said no. Then I realized that there is still a misconception in the job seeker audience about faxed resumes. The thought process in faxing resumes is to gain an advantage by delivering in a […]

4 Killer Ways to Use Research

May 27 2008 in Uncategorized by Phil Rosenberg

An important part of resume customization and interview preparation is research. But I’ve found that many candidates could research more effectively. Many candidates research a public company’s annual report, looking for sales and profit figures, understanding what industry they are in, who the officers are, and the major events of the past year. They research […]

Who Wants a Piece of Me?

May 26 2008 in Uncategorized by Phil Rosenberg

Hey, want a piece of me? Go right ahead, just steal my content… In case anyone noticed the comments between a couple of readers and me over the past few days, you might be wondering why I’d ask anyone to steal my content. But first, how can today’s rant affect job seekers? As a job […]

A Seat At the Table With the Expert – Jackie Bassett

May 23 2008 in Uncategorized by Phil Rosenberg

Jackie Bassett joins us today to discuss the media industry, and demand for new media professionals. Jackie is a published author and the CEO of BT Industrials, a Washington DC based consulting firm, focusing on “turning problems into profits” for clients. Advertising and Media firms are one BT Industrials major business verticals. reCareered: Thanks for […]

Achieve Enlightenment Through Networking Karma

May 22 2008 in Uncategorized by Phil Rosenberg

Do you want to build a network that works for you? Who wouldn’t? In past articles, I’ve talked about mass network strategies, about how to build a large database of names through social networks. But I’ve also said that I use a dual approach of large and small networks. In addition to spending time building […]

Who Else Wants To Add More Facebook Friends?

May 21 2008 in Featured, Networking/Social Networking, reCareered Blog by Phil Rosenberg

One of the limiting factors of Facebook is that you only get one degree of separation, while LinkedIN gives you 3 degrees of Kevin Bacon. Here’s why that matters….I have almost 3K first level connections on LinkedIN, which gives me access to 10M members. On Facebook, I have over 1K first level connections, and that‘s […]

The Secret To Getting Simply Hired

May 20 2008 in Uncategorized by Phil Rosenberg

This is the job board that most recruiters won’t recommend. It’s THAT good. SimplyHired is also the job board that both LinkedIN and Facebook link to. It’s THAT good. Peter Weedle, who does an annual survey of the top job boards, not only listed it as one of the top general purpose job boards, but […]

Do You Recognize These Early Warning Signs Of An Egocentric Resume?

May 19 2008 in Featured, reCareered Blog, Resumes by Phil Rosenberg

Do you have an Egocentric Resume? What’s an Egocentric resume, you ask? Egocentrism – defined by Wikipedia as a) the incomplete differentiation of the self and the world, including other people and b) the tendency to perceive, understand and interpret the world in terms of the self. The term derives from the Greek ego, meaning […]

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