As part of the design of reCareered, we are designing a new logo and tagline. The tagline is “Let’s talk about jobs … “, to emphasize the new discussion features that will differentiate reCareered. Thanks to a reader who developed the winning design above, from the logo design contest reCareered announced in March.
Is the logo design clear? Does it make you think about conversation? About jobs and careers? Any suggestions to improve how it looks or feels to you?
The redesigned reCareered website will feature you the readers, not just me. You’ll still get my job search advice, but you’ll also get to see other career experts’ advice – and hopefully some disagreements.
Most importantly, reCareered will be your voice also, the voice of the job seeker. Expect forums where you can ask questions of top career coaches – and get answers. Expect groups where you can share your opinions, frustrations, and success stories about changing careers and searching for jobs – and give back to your fellow candidates.
The site will be relaunched in the next few week with these and many other features designed to bring better information, answers and a voice to job seekers – you’ll get information on the relaunch here.
Until then, please comment – We need your feedback! Please comment below:
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