Monthly Archives: January 2011

Personal Mission Statement

“Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure.” – Marianne Williamson As a resume writer, one of the first questions we ask a new client is, “What is your … Continue reading

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The Hidden Job Market For Green Jobs

What is a green job? According to the UN Environmental Program, a green job is “…work in agricultural, manufacturing, R&D, administrative, and service activities that contribute to restoring environmental quality. Specifically, this includes jobs that protect ecosystems and biodiversity, reduce … Continue reading

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How To Save Your Job in an Unstable Economy

As the US economy descends into a seemingly deeper recession, axes are crashing on workers’ desks and corporate balance sheets are oozing with red ink. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, massive corporate layoffs left 152,816 workers without jobs … Continue reading

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Toot Your Own Horn for Career Success

It often takes many years for job seekers to come into realization of how self-promotion catalyzes career success. We are not referring to flamboyant self-promotion that could potentially hinder a career, but of the meticulously planned self-advocacy that optimizes your … Continue reading

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