Archive for July 2011

Another way to economize in the Job Search ...

Another way to economize in the Job Search ...
Wow … we’re back to a Wednesday and Gordon Dymowski taking the reins of The Job Stalker … I missed two “regular slots”, and even had stuff ready to roll both Friday and Monday, but had no time to get the posts done. This was, however, thanks to a freelance/consulting project that kept me solidly... Read more »

Shiny happy people ...

Shiny happy people ...
It’s Wednesday, and that means we have another post from Gordon Dymowski … I know I’ve been promising various upgrades here, but one of these days he’s going to have his own log-in so his pic and name will be up top there on the posts he makes, but until I work out the details... Read more »

Animal skills? Who knew?

Hello, The Job Stalker readers … I’m coming off another “complex” week, and missed my Friday post with new links, less though not intending to have something up, and more from being faced with the dilemma of not having enough “Twitter time” during the week, leading to only having a handful of links, and leading... Read more »
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Volunteering, and stuff …

Volunteering, and stuff …
Hey, we have another mid-week post by Gordon Dymowksi, this time looking at volunteering. I’m hoping that by next week we’ll have Gordon set up with his own profile and posting access here … I’ve just not quite figured out the details of setting that up yet. One thing of note … this is the... Read more »

Pardon the chaos ...

Pardon the chaos ...
Sorry again for a delay on posting. Frankly, I’ve not been making a smooth transition from the old interface for The Job Stalker to the new one, and especially for the “link dump” what I’d been doing regularly to get these set up here (and in the .pdf document) wasn’t working and I’ve had to... Read more »

Are Resumes Dead?

Are Resumes Dead?
Sorry for the dearth of postings over the past week or so … there was a combination of factors, the 4th of July weekend, obviously, being one, but (as you can tell from looking at this) there was also the system change-over for ChicagoNow, switching from the MovableType platform to a WordPress module (which complicated... Read more »
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