Tag Archive for: jobs

14
Nov

I’ve written a couple of articles for PolicyMic.com which have attracted some thoughtful comments.   In this economic “recovery” which has failed to generate enough decent jobs to make a serious dent in the unemployment and underemployment rates, I’m sure that they have been far too many failed job searches.  Failure to land a particular […]

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30
Oct

Here’s an excerpt from our latest article in PolicyMic.com: Have you ever been asked in a job interview, “what is your biggest failure, and what have you learned from it?” If you haven’t, you will eventually, and you better have a good answer.  If you’re still in your early twenties, you probably haven’t made a […]

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12
Apr

According to CareerCast.com, as reported in today’s Wall Street Journal, here are the best jobs of 2012: CareerCast.com, a career web site owned by Adicio Inc. ranked 200 jobs from best to worst based on five criteria: physical demands, work environment, income, stress, and hiring outlook. The firm used data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics […]

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2
Feb

One of our good friends recently asked us: When thinking about the ROCC of trust – how do we help people interviewing us for new jobs to develop trust in that short amount of time? Our reply: Here’s one set of ways to develop the ROCC quickly: Reliability:  of course show up early for the […]

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