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Announcing reCareered Teleseminars – and special offer for readers

Sep 21 2008 in Uncategorized by Phil Rosenberg

Announcing reCareered’s Second Teleseminar Series. Special offer for reCareered Teleseminars – Purchase by Wednesday 10/15/08, and take 33% off – only $199 You’re a reCareered reader, so I know you need help in your job search. Maybe the higher cost of individualized assistance was out of your budget? I wanted to do something to help, […]

Should I Stay Or Should I Go?

Feb 12 2008 in career change, Featured, reCareered Blog by Phil Rosenberg

That uncomfortable feeling … A self assessment of when to consider a job change. I spoke to a friend yesterday, who asked for some advice. It seems her sales job wasn’t going as well as she had hoped. She wasn’t making enough money to cover her expenses, and she was “starting to feel uncomfortable”. Feeling […]

Ugly Job Hunting Truths…And what you can do about them

Feb 6 2008 in Uncategorized by Phil Rosenberg

Check out my podcast, Ugly Job Hunting Truths…And What you can do about them. Chris Russell, author of Secrets of the Job Hunt (a Career Advice Social Network), interviewed me for his podcast today. Chris asked me some insightful questions. I hope my answers can shed some light on experiences job seekers face today. Chris […]

Brilliant post in Scobleizer – What to do if you’re laid off in 2008 recession

Feb 4 2008 in Uncategorized by Phil Rosenberg

Robert Scoble “Gets it”! This is a fantastic post about job search 2.0 strategies….and why not? Scoble was one of the inventors of Web 2.0, and is the premier documenter of it’s growth in his blog Scobleizer. I’ve got one point of disagreement with you Robert….cover letters, the dinosaur of today’s job search. Cover letters […]

The Sweet Spot for Resumes

Jan 24 2008 in Uncategorized by Phil Rosenberg

This is a great blog post by Lynne Murray, who describes effective use of use of “Resume Real Estate”. Lynne gets that effective resumes put the sizzle at the top, and heavily customize resumes to fit the specific opportunity the applicant is applying for. The Sweet Spot for ResumesIn sports and a variety of other […]

Resume Tips for a Paperless World

Jan 22 2008 in Uncategorized by Phil Rosenberg

An excellent post by Dean W. Johnson, a technical recruiter and website developer. This is a real world example from a recruiter’s point of view about why old-school resume techniques no longer work in today’s job searches. The common myths Dean describes are practices I saw the vast majority of candidates doing – because it’s […]

Good resumes…good enough?

Jan 21 2008 in Uncategorized by Phil Rosenberg

Daily I get resumes from business contacts, asking me to pass along a friend’s resume to headhunters or hiring managers. As a fan of Karma, I’m happy do this, if this will actually help the candidate. Last night, I got one of those emails…and it also said “she doesn’t want/need them re-written”. Of course, before […]

Job Search 2.0 has been a reality since 2006 – Why aren’t candidates using it?

Jan 18 2008 in Uncategorized by Phil Rosenberg

Why do so few use this to their advantage? For the past few years, there’s been a revolution going on in employment markets….let’s call it Job Search 2.0. Starting with vertical search engines like indeed.com and others, job seekers started having greater advantages than ever before in their careers.But along with advantages, there became new […]

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