Posts tagged "Facebook"
We’ve got another entry from “co-Job Stalker” Gordon Dymowski today. Interestingly, he’s taking up the subject of “job clubs”, a concept that I’d just encountered in reading the Mark Bolles book that I covered last week. Needless to say, I found this of interest, and I hope you will too! — One of my greatest... Read more »
Hey, once again I don’t have something “exciting” for you for this mid-week missive … sorry about that! I’ve been, frankly, surprised at the reluctance of some folks in the “job industry” to have a profile in here. One would think they’d be all over that, but it doesn’t seem to be the case. I’m... Read more »
We’re trying something a bit different today, instead of a “job industry profile” on Wednesday, I contacted one of the authors previously featured in The Job Stalker, Ford R. Myers of Career Potential, about providing a guest post. The idea came from an e-mail notice (I do subscribe to the newsletters of several of the... Read more »
I’ve followed the author of this week’s book on Twitter for quite a while, as he’s one of the Social Media “big dogs” who seems to end up speaking on a lot of programs, and has quite a record of successfully using these tools for his business. While not about the job search, this is... Read more »
http://www.flickr.com/photos/bengallagher/ / CC BY 2.0 So, things have been somewhat chaotic around The Job Stalker household, not least driven by the psychological blows that the three very promising interview situations of a couple of months ago all falling away one by one, and the ugly realities of the financial abyss relentlessly pressing in, have delivered. ... Read more »
So, I guess I should have saved one of those posts from last week to run this week! I’d actually planned to have another author interview this Monday, but there was a “communications breakdown” with that, and now I’m hoping that it will be in-hand in time to run next Monday … it’s a good... Read more »
Welcome to another book review/interview feature! This one, while having aspects applicable to the management of anybody’s career, is specifically targeted towards the younger “Generation Y” folks just getting into the job market, who could best use the “Personal Branding” advice given here. The concept of “Personal Branding” is, to some extent, the “personal brand”... Read more »