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Three Reasons Why You Should Ever Fudge Details on Your Resume

You have become extremely focused since you used the last of your savings to hire a career coach. From him, you have learned how-to better present your skills and abilities to potential employers. 820 more words

Jump-Start Your Career

KRA Homeless Customer On The Road to Success

Posted on August 8, 2014 by Marcie Dingle

Jeffrey was 37 and homeless—and determined to turn his life around when he enrolled in the San Diego Metro Career Centers Program, an American Job Center of California operated by… 203 more words

Job Search

Understanding Your LinkedIn Profile

Now that you have a LinkedIn profile and have followed the recommendations of our previous posts, it’s time to get a little deeper into the inner workings of LinkedIn to make your job search successful. 130 more words

Job Search Preparation

How to keep your resume from getting lost in cyberspace

Dear Annie: What exactly is an applicant tracking system? I’ve applied for several job openings where my qualifications match the job descriptions for each position precisely, yet I’ve gotten called in for an interview only once (so far). 690 more words


11 Attributes I Learned Over The Last 30 Years That Employers Want In An Employee

THIS summer marks my 30 years of working!  I’ve been an employer AND an employee. SO I want to share with you some of what I’ve learned along the way in regards to what most employers are looking for in an employee. 144 more words

Life Coaching

The Worst Interviewing Experience I've Ever Encountered (part 1)

Though I’m currently not on the market for a new opportunity, I like to keep my eyes and ears open if I hear of anything interesting.   1,866 more words


Fixing These Mistakes Tripled My Phone Interview Success Rate

A while back, I went through a brief period of unemployment. After fixing up my resume to stand out from all the other job seekers, I started getting a lot of calls back from potential employers. 808 more words