Job Search and the Role of Communication

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Job Search and the Role of Communication

Posted on June 5th, by Mark Babbitt in networking/interviewing. No Comments

Depression caused by chronic unemployment can be all-consuming. While job seekers are certainly not responsible for our current economy, this problem seems to be compounded by our attitudes: pessimism, angst and guilt. And not to twist the already inserted knife, but to bring us to the root cause of the problem… Much of this anxiety … Read More »


Alive and Kicking: Job Boards are Not Dead

Posted on February 1st, by Rayanne Thorn in Innovations, Social Media. No Comments

Self-proclaimed guru Dan Schwabel spouted vicious rumors regarding the demise of job boards.  I hate to report that Mr. Schwabel was wrong…, but he was wrong.   Job Boards are actively used today and each year, hundreds of entrepreneurs and techies launch their vision and version of a job sourcing site.  Valuable jobseeker advice was shared in Mr. Schwabel’s … Read More »