Salary Negotiations Blog Series: Salary Communications

In my last post—the first in this three-post series about negotiating the right salary for you—I wrote about how to determine the salary range you should be aiming for. In that post, I explained how to figure out your must-have salary range, your want-to-have salary range, and your negotiations salary range. I also included some […]

Almost everyone I work with in my role as a Career Coach is unsure about how to handle the tricky topic of salary in a job interview. What do you say when an employer asks about your salary expectations? How do you negotiate the best deal? How do you begin to know what to ask […]

This is the final post in a three-part series about how job seekers can better achieve their career goals via face-to-face networking. You can read the first post, The Top 4 Ways to Prepare for Face-to-Face Networking Events, here and second post, The Top 5 Ways to Maximize Your Success at Face-to-Face Networking Events here. […]

This is the second post in a three-part series about how job seekers can network more effectively in face-to-face situations to help meet their career management goals. In the first post, I shared tips to help job seekers prepare for networking events. That article included advice about setting networking goals, the different tools you should […]

While I have written extensively on LinkedIn networking in articles like, So, You Have a Great Connection in a Target Company, Now What?, in this three-part series I want to focus on ways you can be successful in your face-to-face networking ~ a type of networking that is sometimes overlooked or avoided by many job […]

I’ve been blessed to be honored with 23 TORI (Toast of the Resume Industry) global resume writing nominations and awards. Here are just a few for your review. Note, though, that to win a TORI, a resume writer has to style the resume with more color and formatting than might be appropriate for your resume. I […]

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How can I can get a survival job without appearing over-qualified? This was a question someone asked me via email recently, and because it’s a common and tricky scenario, I thought it would be an excellent topic to write about. The individual who wrote to me has been unemployed for quite some time, waiting for […]

By now you’ve probably heard that every resume you share online or with recruiters, contacts, or employers must first be tailored before you do so. Why, you may wonder? First, because the majority of the time that you do share your resume, it will either start out being uploaded to an Applicant Tracking System (ATS) […]

I received an email from a reader in response to a recent cover letter article I wrote on LinkedIn  asking me to address situations in which job seekers may not be top shelf candidates with fancy achievement numbers, yet nonetheless need help in figuring out how to showcase their accomplishments in resumes, cover letters, or […]

If you think a job search is tough, imagine engaging in a job hunt with a disability. Join me in welcoming this guest post from Victoria Abbott-Fleming, founder of Burning Nights, a UK-based site serving the needs of those impacted by Complex Regional Pain Syndrome: Employers are prohibited by law from discriminating against candidates solely […]