Category Archives: What’s New

How to Explain a Short Term Job on the Resume

In this Sunday’s Star Tribune I commented on a question from a reader seeking advise on if they could omit a short-term job on their resume.
It’s a common question many job seekers ask.  Basically there are 2 places a job seeker face this dilemma: 1 on the resume, and 1 on application.
On a resume if the short-term […]

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Avoid Getting Lost on LinkedIn

Over the years LinkedIn has grown to be an essential tool for any and all professionals whether they are in jobs or in between jobs.  It has become a vehicle for one to build and engage a professional network as well as a must for those looking for a new job.  I have a great appreciation […]

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Taking the First Job that is Offered – Pros and Cons

I often see job seekers grapple with the decision of taking the first job offered or rolling the dice to see if there is a better one out there. At the heart of the issue lies the question; is the first job offer going to be the best?  The quick and simple question is: it depends.
In […]

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What to do when your dream job doesn’t pan out

 
http://www.startribune.com/jobs/252936371.html

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Shifting from a “Me” to “We” Mentality

Check out this link that talks about how some leaders in the Twin Cities business community made the shift from Me to We.
 
http://bepollen.com/pollen/when-leaders-shift-from-me-to-we.html

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