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Career Track Live: Should I follow my head or my heart with my career?

Wednesday, April 19, 2006

April 10, 2006: Career Track Live
An online discussion of issues affecting young workers hosted by Mary Ellen Slayter and guest Brad Karsh. For the full transcript, click here.

Featured question and answer of the day:

New York, N.Y.:
Hello! I'm not really sure if this is your area of expertise, but I thought I'd...

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Career Track Live: How do I work a career fair?

Tuesday, April 18, 2006

April 10, 2006: Career Track Live
An online discussion of issues affecting young workers hosted by Mary Ellen Slayter and guest Brad Karsh. For the full transcript, click here.

Featured question and answer of the day:

Bethesda, Md.: Going to a career fair tomorrow. Already made my list of the companies I want to...

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April 10, 2006: Career Track Live

Thursday, April 13, 2006

April 10, 2006: Career Track Live
An online discussion of issues affecting young workers hosted by Mary Ellen Slayter and guest Brad Karsh. For the full transcript, click here.


Featured question and answer of the day:

Possibly Stuck in Virginia Beach: I am in a pickle and hopefully you can help.

After working for this...

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Career Track Live - Advice for Young Professionals

Tuesday, April 11, 2006

On April 10, I fielded questions with career columnist Mary Ellen Slayter on The Washington Post's Career Track LiveChat.

If you would like to check out the transcript, click here.

There were a lot of great questions, so I will highlight a different question and answer for the next few entries.

Enjoy!
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Book Launch - “Confessions of a Recruiting Director”

Tuesday, April 04, 2006

Today, I'm proud to announce the debut of my book, Confessions of a Recruiting Director: The Insider's Guide to Landing Your First Job (Prentice Hall Press). "Confessions…" gives college students a first-time-ever look into the inner workings of a recruiting department. With more than 60 Shocking Confessions, the...

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Interview “Confessions”

It's story time!

Well, I have definitely seen a few crazy things in interviews, but undoubtedly, you have some funny interviewing stories. You can plan and practice for the big interview day, but alas, sometimes the unfortunate just happens. Maybe you spilled a Starbucks frappuccino on your starched white shirt or...

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“Sick” Day Confessions

In a Careerbuilder.com 2005 survey, 43% of workers confessed that they have called in sick when they weren’t, at least once in the last year. Although this seems to be a common practice, 23% of managers said they have fired an employee for missing work without a legitimate reason.

What's your most best "sick" day...

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Resume Tip #4

Thursday, March 30, 2006

Should I include “References Available Upon Request” at the bottom of my resume?

Do you know anyone whose references are NOT available upon request? Don’t waste valuable space putting that on your resume. It’s okay to include your references as an attachment.

For a book full of resume advice and samples, check...

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Resume Tip #3

Wednesday, March 29, 2006

Should I include my computer skills on my resume?

Unless the job asks for specific computer skills, there’s no need to include them. The fact that you know Microsoft Word is not impressive. In fact every single graduating college senior in the U.S. probably knows it. And PLEASE don’t put on your resume that...

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Book review: “Confessions of a Recruiting Director”

Tuesday, March 28, 2006

Need a lot more resume tips?

Check out The Washington Post's review of my book, Confessions of a Recruiting Director: The Insider's Guide to Landing Your First Job. The book comes out on April 4, 2006, but you can buy it on Amazon NOW.

www.jobbound.com

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