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Ditch your Crystal Ball. Try Hiring Trends Instead …

Oct 22 2010 in Employment Economy, Job Boards, reCareered Blog by Phil Rosenberg

What’s happening in the Job Market? Employment Trends knows all. You don’t need a crystal ball these days to know what’s happening in the job market. Is the market for Controllers better than for Finance Managers? Are there more jobs for Project Managers in Java, .net, or Ruby? What’s happening with the job market overall? […]

Why Am I Always 2nd Or 3rd? Question Of The Week

Apr 23 2010 in reCareered Blog, social branding by Phil Rosenberg

This was a question asked at the end of one of my Resume Revolution Webinars. A webinar participant asked why she’s getting many interviews, yet always coming in 2nd or 3rd? There can be many answers to this broad of a question, perhaps having to do with the interview, follow up, resume, other materials, but […]

Friday Resume Round-Robin Roundup Review – Amy Reinhart

Mar 26 2010 in Uncategorized by Phil Rosenberg

Let’s meet this week’s candidate, Amy Reinhart. Amy is looking for a procurement position with a biotech company in the Boston Area. She likes music, small fuzzy animals, the beach, and sunsets. On Fridays, I review resume submissions from readers brave enough to submit their resume (or video resume) for public review and comment by […]

Friday Resume Round-Robin Roundup Review – Bryan Webb

Mar 19 2010 in Uncategorized by Phil Rosenberg

On a new Friday feature, I’ll review resume submissions from readers who agree to submit their resume (or video resume) for public review and comment by top career coaches, recruiters, hiring managers, and candidates. Some of these reviews may be positive, others may not be – so if you submit, be prepared to be brave […]

Are You Planning To Fail In Your Job Search, Or Failing To Plan?

Feb 23 2010 in reCareered Blog by Phil Rosenberg

How many of you have a project plan for your job search? I’m not talking about a marketing plan, or a list of target companies, or an opportunity pipeline tracking spreadsheet. I’m not talking about a to-do list, or a plan somewhere in your head. I’m asking about a real, honest–to-goodness job search project plan. […]

How Effective is your Resume? Here’s how to measure: Best of reCareered

Jan 30 2010 in reCareered Blog, Resumes by Phil Rosenberg

When I’m asked for resume advice, I’ll often first ask…what’s your resume’s hit ratio, or response rate? Usually, this question is answered by the sound of crickets. It surprises me, especially Finance and Technology professionals whose professional lives revolve around measuring and interpreting data, don’t think to measure the effectiveness of their resume. Isn’t it […]

Ditch Your Crystal Ball – Try Hiring Trends Instead

Apr 10 2008 in Featured, Job Boards, reCareered Blog by Phil Rosenberg

What’s happening in the Job Market? Employment Trends knows all. You don’t need a crystal ball these days to know what’s happening in the job market. Is the market for Controllers better than for Finance Managers? Are there more jobs for Project Managers in Java, .net, or Ruby? What’s happening with the job market overall? […]

How Effective Is Your Resume? Here’s how to measure …

Mar 31 2008 in Featured, Job Search Strategy, reCareered Blog by Phil Rosenberg

When I’m asked for resume advice, I’ll often first ask…what’s your resume’s hit ratio, or response rate? Usually, this question is answered by the sound of crickets. It surprises me, especially Finance and Technology professionals whose professional lives revolve around measuring and interpreting data, don’t think to measure the effectiveness of their resume. Isn’t it […]

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