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How the Job Search Can Improve Your Current Job

Photo:  Frank Kehren This is an excerpt from post I did for Brazen Careerist, a great social network for Generation Y professionals.  To read the article in its entirety, check out the link to Brazen’s site below. Update: Full post now available below. I have to admit – I sort of like looking for jobs. That’s downright […]

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Job Applications – Possibly the Worst One Ever

Photo:  wine me up Earlier in the week I was at a meeting in central Wisconsin. I invested in a health care company up there and a few of us were having lunch with the company’s primary staff. I got talking with the Administrator about hiring and staffing positions as we grow, and she proceeded […]

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Beating Application Frustration

(Photo:  Magyar Balázs) I’ll start by saying I’ve had a terrible week. Just one of those times where nothing seems to go your way. No catastrophes, but lots and lots of relatively little things that just make for a bad week. Case in point – I am typing this post on my phone because I’m […]

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Breaking the Application Addiction

(Photo: Daniel*1977) These days it’s very easy to park yourself in front of the computer, compile a list of prospective jobs, and start applying. [Note: By easy, I mean straightforward. We all know that hurling out application after application is not “easy”. It sucks. It’s time consuming, annoying, and, if you’re not getting lots of […]

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