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The Graceful Exit

It’s easy to get excited about starting a new job. It is also common to be anxious to leave your current one to get started as soon as possible.  But we all know the expression about never burning down bridges.  Your reputation in the working world, or even your specific industry, can hinge on this old adage.  I cover the specifics on how to ensure you leave your current job in a professional fashion in my latest article for job-hunt.

Article:  How to Gracefully Leave Your Old Job

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November 10, 2014 Posted by | Careers, General Musings, Job-Hunt.org article, References | Leave a comment

References Can Make a Difference

Recently, I wrote an article for Job-Hunt.org regarding the value of references and how to make them an effective part of your job search.  Many job seekers see references as a just a minor piece of the puzzle.  But in reality, references can sometimes be the “tipping point” to you whether you get the job. 

How you prepare them for the call from the hiring manager or recruiter can make all the difference.  Take a look at this article to make sure you’re doing all that you should.  And as always, feel free to share your own tips and thoughts in the comment section on this blog entry to share with others.

Article:  How to Manage Your References to Close – NOT Kill – Job Opportunities

September 9, 2013 Posted by | Job Search, Job-Hunt.org article, References, Working with Recruiters | Leave a comment