Keep It Simple

Keep It Simple

This post is going to be a short one, because my theme is: Keep It Simple So here it is, everything I want to say about keeping it simple in 2 sentences: Your goal is to return to work after taking a career break. In order to do that, you need to know what the skill...

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Time Management For Job Seekers

Time Management For Job Seekers

I recently met with a group of job seekers and asked everyone to share their biggest challenge about their job search. Do you know what the majority of them named as their biggest challenge? Time Management! Let's break that down. The challenges that everyone...

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Year-end wrap up

Year-end wrap up

This special episode recaps some of the best clips and favorite moments from the podcast this year as well as some of the key takeaways for our host, Katie Dunn.

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The 2-hour Job Search with Steve Dalton

The 2-hour Job Search with Steve Dalton

If you’ve ever looked for a job, then you know the hardest part is getting an interview. I’ve got a solution for you! Steve Dalton is here to discuss his book The 2-Hour Job Search, having just released an updated edition on April 20th.

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Jeremy Schifeling explains how to break into tech

Jeremy Schifeling, the Founder of Break Into Tech. Jeremy is a sought-after speaker on the business school circuit and elsewhere because he built a career development business that can help anyone in the world land an amazing tech job. I’ve seen him in a

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Keep Track of Your Career Break Activities

Keep Track of Your Career Break Activities

While you’re on a career break, it’s critical that you keep a list of things you’re doing that will help you make the case that you are a better employee because of your break.  Quick! Grab a pen and write down 5 things you’ve done while out of the paid workforce that...

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Lessons In Restarting Your Career

Lessons In Restarting Your Career

Today I want to share 4 big lessons in restarting a career that I’ve learned over the past 5 years from my own personal experience of returning to work after a career break and that of the hundreds of women I’ve talked to and coached through this transition. It can be...

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Your Guide to Job Fair Success

Your Guide to Job Fair Success

Job fairs are a great addition to your job search toolkit.  But the thought of all those employers in one big room and lots of other job seekers circulating around the room might be intimidating to some. Never fear - I’m going to walk you through a foolproof...

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How to Conduct a Successful Informational Interview

How to Conduct a Successful Informational Interview

You’ve heard of the informational interview, and you may have thought these were just for kids looking for their first job out of college. Think again! Informational interviews are an essential component of your job search, especially if you’ve been out of the...

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Top 10 Resources for Job Seekers

Top 10 Resources for Job Seekers

If you’re feeling stuck in your job search or just need some fresh new ideas about how to move the ball forward, here is my list of Top 10 Resources for Job Seekers. Many of these are free and easy to take advantage of. So whether you're ready to return and find...

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LinkedIn Tips: Get Your Profile Up and Running

LinkedIn Tips: Get Your Profile Up and Running

Whether you are re-launching your career, making a career change or bringing in more business for your own venture, you simply must be “LinkedIn” these days. Use these tips to update your profile and get the most out of your LinkedIn experience. Attitude Approach...

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Ace Your Video Interview

Ace Your Video Interview

As employers look to speed up their hiring processes, more are turning to video interviewing in order to screen candidates. Video interviewing can take many different forms and for the purposes of this article, I’m referring to an interview in which a candidate uses a...

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Greatest Hits:  Tips for Returning to Work

Greatest Hits: Tips for Returning to Work

Looking for a job is your job now. Schedule time to do this work and stick to the schedule. Spend some time up front thinking about what you want to do. You don’t have to narrow it down to one option – recognize that there are multiple possibilities that could work...

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