#FF #FOLLOW UP FRIDAY 02.22.13



Here are some great posts from great career experts!
Are your goals realistic? This can be a career planner's biggest stumbling block. Try to take a step back and think objectively. This is an  

The Works, by Mary Sherwood Sevinsky: Top #Job Stories about #JobSearch,#Interviewing and #Career #Advice from leading #Experts on the web 

Have you been offered a new job?  First, of all, congratulations! It's not easy to get an offer in this job market.  That said, once you hav 

Interview Series Part I of IV First the bad news: There is no guarantee that your (hopefully) future employer is a good 

When you have a question about your career, do you know the right people to run your problems and ideas by? We launched Connect: Professiona 

How to StayPositive. Many Unemployed Missing Job Search Skills Many of the un- and under-employed are missing job search basics. The marketp 


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Let your past make you better, not bitter. - UNKNOWN The best part of our past is what we learn from it. Unfortunately, many of us tend to hold too tightly to those things that were the best or w...

Feb 19, 2013  -  Public
J.T. O'Donnell originally shared this post:
Are your one time ‘good contacts’ harder to reach today? Let me be blunter: Has your network abandoned you?! Here are some tips to win them back.


According to the Mayo Clinic, "Thoracic outlet syndrome is a group of disorders that occur when the blood vessels or nerves in the thoracic outlet — the space between your collarbone and your first ri...


TUESDAY TIP If you are out of work or searching for a career path, it can be very helpful to review past evaluations or performance reviews. Chances are you will find mostly good comments, so this...

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Bill Vick originally shared this post:
Work is just like a relationship. Spending one week on a job you hate is as dreadful as spending a week with a person you don't like. While it seems a touch unnecessary that work is like a relationship, as we most certainly do have a relationship with the work we do, his point (mostly) sticks: When you find the right job, or the right person, no amount of time is enough.

We work, we live: the two snuggle together tighter than the pixels you're viewing as you read this post--and that fact has opened up the Great Work/Life Balance Debate, with calls for integration, fit...


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Wendy Mason originally shared this post:
How food may impact on our moods. This is an excerpt from lesson one of Surf & Turf, an online cooking class teaching how to cook sustainable seafood and grass-fed meat. This excerpt gives a ...

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Ed Han originally shared this post:
My LinkedIn tip for the day: connecting is only the first step in growing a relationship.
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