Category Archives: Job Search

How to Answer Stupid Job Interview Questions

Our client Angela went on a job interview. “It’s supposed to be a Marketing Manager job, but they sure talk a lot about graphic design in the job ad,” said Angie. “And the job’s been posted on the company website … Continue reading

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Good news – find your position

No more excuses now on why jobs are not available. Learn how to find it. Colorado employers added 1,500 payroll jobs in October from the previous month, and the state’s unemployment rate eased to 6.8 percent, its lowest level in … Continue reading

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Number 1 Job Skill

What’s the crucial career strength that employers everywhere are seeking — even though hardly anyone is talking about it? A great way to find out is by studying this list of fast-growing occupations, as compiled by the U.S. Bureau of Labor … Continue reading

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Job Search: Strategic Alignment for New Job Opportunities

Attack your job search from every angle. Strategy is important for a new position. You can’t control your search for the perfect position with a single approach. If your approach is to send out resume after resume, then you are … Continue reading

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