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8 Tips to find the Best Executive Jobs

While exploring the web for some job search tips to share with my readers, I ran across an article written by Meg Guiseppi based on a query by About.com’s job search expert Alison Doyle. Alison put together eight bits of … Continue reading

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Networking Internally (But Not the Seinfeld Way!)

I vaguely remember a Seinfeld episode where one of the characters (I think it was Elaine) took up smoking at work so she could hang out with the smokers during breaks. They kept getting promoted, and she wanted to build … Continue reading

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New Job Search Methods Versus “That’s How I’ve Always Done It”

Not long ago, I wrote a blog post (for another site) about getting past “that’s how it’s always been done” when it came to the job search. It was retweeted more than anything I’d ever written. Clearly, this was a … Continue reading

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How Your Job Search is like Marketing an Association

Recently, I attended a seminar at the Association Forum of Chicagoland, “60 Marketing Ideas in 60 Minutes.” The idea was to learn new methods (often free or low cost) to market an association, but I was struck by how many … Continue reading

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Associations DO Find Employees through Social Media

While interviewing association leaders for the book, “I Want a Job in an Association – Now What??:  A Guide to Getting a Job in a Professional Association, Membership Organization, or Society, ” I always ask how they source for talent. … Continue reading

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