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Do you have an Instructional Design Portfolio?

Job hunting is never easy for an experienced instructional designer. Our work is often proprietary,  confidential, restricted, and hidden from public view.  What we deliver frequently belongs to our employers. 822 more words

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Stay foolish, stay hungry? - Post job interview musing

I’m hoping that someday when I look back at this blog post, I would be laughing at how ridiculous I am feeling right now.

It’s one of those times when I feel like OMG this is immense and my heart does leapfrogs in my chest cavity while I try all the deep breathing techniques that don’t work, even though subconsciously I know that I am over reacting but I can’t help it. 396 more words


Using Social Media in Your Jobhunt 

We all like to feel wanted, and a great way to get Recruiters coming to you is to put yourself out there online.
The first step is making your… 285 more words

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Job Hunting Part 2 (Cash Processor interview)

In my previous post I mentioned I applied for a few jobs and had one email reply regarding an interview later this week for the Amusement Arcade Team Member job. 970 more words


5 ways to master your body language at a job interview

Having the perfect answers to those job interview questions doesn’t always mean you’ll make a great impression.

Fact is, the words you say are only part of what the interviewer is assessing. 628 more words


Microsoft Excel Course Summary

Whilst job hunting, I thought to make things more worthwhile, I should train areas which I’m competent in but by no means an expert. Excel was one of those areas. 297 more words


Part 2 in the J-O-B Series

In Part 2 of an as-yet-undetermined number in my newest blog series, J-O-B, I promised to discuss what happens when your pristinely crafted cover letter and resume get attention and you actually get in the door of a future employer. 466 more words