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If you’ve had a profile on LinkedIn for more than a few days you are probably connected with a few “3rd party recruiters”. I think that many land professionals have a hard time understanding the true nature of their relationship with these types of professionals, so I’m going to try and lay out for everyone […]Continue reading
I have a fair amount of people who ask me for help with their resumes, and a recent conversation on LinkedIn highlighted a common issue I see: Many people waste valuable space on their resumes giving descriptions of their job responsibilities. There are probably many (supposedly legitimate) reasons to include descriptions of the responsibilities you’ve […]Continue reading
Well, maybe it’s an over-statement that my resume doesn’t look like anyone else’s resume. My point is that my resume doesn’t follow the ‘normal’ rules, let’s call it the “new normal”. It’s not that my resume contains any secrets that get it any more consideration, and I’m not doing anything that you can’t find other […]Continue reading
Whether you are interacting online, by mail, or in person the words you choose are important. Equally important is the way you use them. Snap judgements will be made about you based on spelling, grammar, and context. Now, I know that many of you are thinking “oh great here comes the spelling police…” So I’m […]Continue reading
I wanted to spend some time today talking about an particular irritation that a (un-named) buddy shared with me. After he mentioned it I realized that I also see it all the time, and those that do it probably think that it is helping them out. I think they do it because they realize the […]Continue reading