Tag Archives: job search
Posted on26. Jan, 2015 by Erin Kennedy.
First impressions are huge! The first impression people have of you can keep them from wanting to get to know you better or encourage them to seek you out. Your cover letter is that first impression for your resume and its quality will often determine whether or not that resume gets attention. You want to […]
Posted on31. Dec, 2014 by Paul Smith.
I read over my last post on customizing your resume and am not sure if I made the point I wanted to about a 1 page resume. The one pager is a brief version of your 5 pager. Title, company and what you do, so any dummy can understand it. A few attaboys are fine. […]
Posted on27. Oct, 2014 by Erin Kennedy.
We have all been there – found ourselves in a job that leaves us wondering what we were thinking when we took it. But there still were investments that you made to be in that position. You definitely invested time, money and effort into your career. Here’s some thoughts on how to evaluate those investments, […]
Posted on20. Oct, 2014 by Erin Kennedy.
If you are like most people, you have had an email account for a while and it probably has a lot of stuff in it that you think you will read some day. Most of us do this and realize one day we have thousands of unopened emails that might have something important to say. […]
Posted on03. Oct, 2014 by Erin Kennedy.
Look around at the most impressive buildings in your town: the ornate churches, gleaming office buildings, and fanciest homes. Despite being totally different, you can guarantee they all started in the same place — with a set of blueprints. These detailed drawings that lay out the foundations, structure and dimensions of the project are essential […]
Posted on08. Sep, 2014 by Erin Kennedy.
Are you on LinkedIn? Have you completely set up your LinkedIn Profile? How long did it take you to get your LinkedIn profile complete? For most of us, it was a process that took longer than we wanted it to because there’s so much involved in created a LinkedIn profile correctly. In addition to having […]
Posted on30. Apr, 2014 by Erin Kennedy.
It can be difficult to find a job yourself. But, in today’s changing job market, throwing yourself on the fire and doing everything you can in order to find the right job is in your best interest, especially if you want to land the ideal job. Start by finding out what kind of experience and […]
Posted on07. Jan, 2014 by Gwen Darling.
From the time my youngest daughter Kelly was old enough to speak, she was one tough cookie. I vividly remember the first incident in her early childhood that let me know she was going to be extremely independent. She was two and a half, and was fearlessly swinging her tiny little self all over the […]
Posted on02. Dec, 2012 by Erin Kennedy.
The holidays can be one of the worst times to find yourself out of a job. Not only do you face pressure to attend family functions and buy presents, but it can also be very difficult to get an interview during the short work weeks, and all the vacation time that tends to pop up […]
Posted on02. Nov, 2012 by Erin Kennedy.
Being passed over for a job never feels good. You wonder why the company rejected you and you think that maybe you’re doing something, unknowingly, that is causing you to lose out on Healthcare IT career opportunities. The good news, if you can look at the silver lining, is that you now have an opportunity […]
Posted on07. Feb, 2012 by Erin Kennedy.
In order to advance your Healthcare IT career and get your job search back on track, there are a few things that you must do correctly. As a job seeker, finding a job should be your full-time job. Many people work tirelessly to find a job, but they keep coming up short, so today we’re […]