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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? […]

Book Review: The New Community Rules – Tamar Weinberg

Oct 21 2010 in Networking/Social Networking, reCareered Blog by Phil Rosenberg

Tamar Weinberg is a blogger for about a billion blogs (including Mashable), social media expert and author of “The New Community Rules”, a book about marketing using Web 2.0 tools. It’s written as a noobie guide for small business – so it’s perfect for job seekers looking to learn how to create their Job Search […]

Your Resume Stinks!

Oct 20 2010 in Networking/Social Networking, reCareered Blog, Resumes by Phil Rosenberg

I don’t even have to see your resume to know that it stinks. How can I know this? Because it’s a resume, and resumes stink. Learn more about why your resume stinks … Resumes don’t work well in today’s world because they only work one direction … you to the employer. Resumes seldom grab the […]

Who Really Owns Your Linkedin/Facebook/Twitter Account?

Oct 12 2010 in Networking/Social Networking, reCareered Blog by Phil Rosenberg

Who really owns your social networking accounts – You or your employer (or ex-employer)? You might be surprised that these accounts might not belong to you. Learn what you can do to protect your Rollodex and contacts … Recruitingblogs.com featured a great article a few weeks ago called “Who Owns Your LinkedIn Profile? What EVERYONE […]

Resume Search Optimization

Sep 10 2010 in Hiring Systems/ATS, Job Search Strategy, Job Search/Career Change, reCareered Blog, Resumes by Phil Rosenberg

Are you getting a 25% response rate to your resume? If you are, stop reading, this article isn’t for you. Otherwise, read more to learn how use resume search optimization to increase your resume response rate. …

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 Link To Networking Hubs On Linkedin?

Sep 1 2010 in Networking/Social Networking, reCareered Blog by Phil Rosenberg

I received some interesting feedback from a reader last week, describing how linking to me on Linkedin dramatically increased his results and visibility. His results were amazing – I know that I help people by linking to them and expanding their networks, but I had no idea that it worked this well. Find out how […]

Build a Linkedin Profile That You Can Be Proud Of!

Aug 17 2010 in Uncategorized by Phil Rosenberg

If you are looking for a job, you should count on employers looking for your Linkedin profile. Are you searching for a job with a bland or empty Linkedin profile? What does that say about you? It’s becoming a business standard to check people out online before hiring them, whether doing a Google search or […]

Do What You Love, Love What You Do: Best of reCareered

Jun 4 2010 in Uncategorized by Phil Rosenberg

People in career transition often pause to take stock. One of the really valuable parts of job changing is taking the time to decide “What do I want to do?” Too many of us stay locked into jobs or careers that we hate because we’re afraid of change, afraid of risk, or simply don’t believe […]

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 […]

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