Feb 20 2012 in Featured, Job Search Strategy by Phil Rosenberg
There’s lots of job search advice out there. Today, we face job shortages, and traditional job search strategies don’t work during job shortages. Here are 4 tactics that can help your job search in today’s job market …
Feb 15 2012 in Featured, Job Search Strategy, reCareered Blog by Phil Rosenberg
You’d be surprised that many candidates disqualify themselves. Of course this isn’t on purpose, but candidates disqualify themselves because of obsolete job search habits or simple mistakes. See how many of these 5 things you do that disqualify you from consideration …
Feb 13 2012 in Featured, Job Search Strategy, reCareered Blog by Phil Rosenberg
Today, let’s talk about how to get an employer to take a risk on you … when you present additional risks because you’re in career transition. Here’s 5 ways to break through employer perception of risk when you’re in career transition …
Feb 9 2012 in Featured, Job Search Strategy, reCareered Blog by Phil Rosenberg
D.G. asked “The Recruiter that I was speaking about previously is totally not understanding what financial needs I need to survive period.” Learn why recruiters don’t hear your message of financial need …
Feb 8 2012 in reCareered Blog by Phil Rosenberg
Your phone rings … When you answer, you hear a fast-talking voice that sounds like a used car salesman. Eventually, you realize it’s not an insurance company, it’s a recruiter. Wow – someone’s calling you about your resume! Happy Day! You might be anticipating that your job search is almost over and that you’ll start […]
Feb 7 2012 in Featured, reCareered Blog, Recruiters by Phil Rosenberg
Due to the proliferation of Applicant Tracking Systems, you should expect that the first time your resume is reviewed by a human, it will be reviewed on a screen … not on paper. Learn how your audience actually reads your resume … on screen.
Feb 6 2012 in Featured, Job Search Strategy, reCareered Blog by Phil Rosenberg
If you want information about last years problems, use the web for research. If you want the same information as the rest of your competitors, research your heart out. If you want superior information, you need to research inside the company.