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Dirty Rotten Job Search Tricks: Speak to a human

Jul 16 2012 in Featured, Hiring Managers, reCareered Blog by Phil Rosenberg

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This week’s Dirty Rotten Job Search Trick column shows you how to get to a real live, honest-to-God human. Yes, they do exist.

Employers Are Pickier Than Ever

May 2 2012 in Featured, Hiring Managers, reCareered Blog by Phil Rosenberg

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Why are employers so picky? Learn why hiring managers have to be extra picky today …

Who Needs Generalists Anymore?

Sep 17 2010 in Hiring Managers, Job Search Strategy, reCareered Blog, social branding by Phil Rosenberg

Seth Godin, one of the marketing geniuses of our time, had a brilliant post, “We Specialize in Everything”. Seth recognizes that when we can easily find the best, we want the best. So what does this mean for job seekers? It means Subject Matter Experts Rule! (see http://recareered.com/blog/2010/04/24/subject-matter-experts-rule-best-of-recareered/ . So why did this change? Remember, […]

The Huge Gap Between Candidate Expectations And Employer Reality In Social Media

Sep 2 2010 in Hiring Managers, Networking/Social Networking, reCareered Blog by Phil Rosenberg

While the article itself was interesting (I’ll include some quotes), the comments were fascinating! It was amazing to see the disconnect between candidate expectations vs the reality of employer/recruiter actions.

Why Doesn’t HR (Recruiters & Hiring Managers) Follow Up? Job search question of the week

Aug 26 2010 in Hiring Managers, reCareered Blog, Recruiters by Phil Rosenberg

Why don’t interviewers follow up anymore? Learn why fewer employers feel that it pays to be polite …

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