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Career Advice From My Dad – Part 2

Mar 16 2012 in Featured, Job Search Strategy, reCareered Blog by Phil Rosenberg

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The eulogy I delivered a few weeks ago for my father is applicable for job seekers also – so I wanted to share this very personal communication with you. Even in death, my dad Al Rosenberg, couldn’t pass up the opportunity to teach …

How To Stay Motivated During Your Job Search

Nov 5 2010 in Featured, Job Search Strategy, reCareered Blog by Phil Rosenberg

How do you stay motivated while in career transition? A candidate asked me to cover this topic. It’s almost winter … the weekend when we turn the clocks back. If you live in the Northern part of the US, it’s getting colder, the trees have lost their color and most of their leaves, the days […]

Would You Rather Do Your Taxes Than Write Your Resume?

Sep 24 2010 in reCareered Blog, Resumes by Phil Rosenberg

I find that most people hate searching for a job, and especially hate writing their own resume. Even writers, marketers, and journalists who write for a living…hate writing a resume. I think it’s because the process is so foreign. All the rules have changed, so resume writing is a different skill with different strategies than […]

6 Ways To Tell If You’re The Right Candidate For A Start-up

Jul 8 2010 in Featured, Job Search Strategy, reCareered Blog by Phil Rosenberg

Would you make a good employee for a start-up? Is a start-up a good fit for you? In today’s tough job market, more candidates consider start-ups than ever before. However, not all candidates are a good matches for start-ups. Here’s 6 ways to tell if a start-up company would be a good fit for you. […]

How Do You Eat An Elephant?

Jun 23 2010 in Featured, Job Search Strategy, reCareered Blog by Phil Rosenberg

How do you eat an elephant? Learn how to eat elephants and how to apply this strategy to your job search by reading this article …

5 Tips On Slaying The Phone Interview

May 27 2010 in Featured, Interviews, reCareered Blog by Phil Rosenberg

Job seekers can kill their chances during the phone screen. Often, experienced professionals don’t appreciate what a critical part of the interview process the phone screen is. The phone screen is much more than scheduling an in person interview…it’s the first part of the interview, but it’s usually handled by an HR clerk or internal […]

Interview in a Snap: Best of reCareered

May 21 2010 in Featured, Interviews, reCareered Blog by Phil Rosenberg

30 Seconds… That’s the maximum time it takes an interviewer to form a first impression of a job seeker according to a number of experimental psychologists. Some have found that it’s all over with the handshake in the first few seconds. Keep in mind that not everyone interviews this way … it’s just the vast […]

5 Job Search Lessons From The Easter Bunny

Apr 2 2010 in Job Search/Career Change, reCareered Blog by Phil Rosenberg

While often considered just a childrens’ fable, the Easter Bunny has decided to broaden his appeal to adults. After passing a rigorous exam and gaining certification, the Easter Bunny opened up a brand new Career Coaching practice. While taking a break hopping between helping job seekers, he had this advice to share with candidates …

Job Search Persistence – Never never never give in

Mar 16 2010 in Featured, Job Search Strategy, reCareered Blog by Phil Rosenberg

It disturbs me when I see comments from candidates who have given up. As the tough job market dragged on, I’ve sensed that more people were starting to give up their job search. A number of mainstream news articles seem to confirm this when they discuss that unemployment numbers are understated, due (in part) to […]

Job Seekers – It’s Not Just The Economy, It’s You

Mar 2 2010 in Employment Economy, reCareered Blog by Phil Rosenberg

What happens when the going gets tough? In sports, when a team is about to face a tougher opponent, when they are expected to lose, do their coaches have them prepare in the same way? When you’re up against a tough business problem, up against a difficult challenge, do you go prepare the same way […]

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