Barbara SafaniBarbara Safani Barbara Safani , owner of Career Solvers, has over 12 years of experience in career management, recruiting, executive coaching and organizational development. She is a triple-certified resume writer and author of "Happy About My Resume: 50 Tips for Building a Better Document to Secure a Brighter Future.”
Articles by Barbara Safani
5 Signs You’re Ready for a Professional Resume Rewrite
You might need a resume rewrite, and you might need help from a professional, but you might not be ready to work with one.
Your Resume Is Ready for the Attic
Does your resume include an objective statement, fax number, a "typewriter" font or "references are available upon request"?
Are You in the Networking Hall of Shame?
If you’ve ever committed one (or more) of these eight networking offenses, resolve to correct them.
Twitter and Your Job Search: How to Filter the Noise
You want to get ‘out there,’ but you’re not interested in an onslaught of annoying messages.
5 Networking Lessons I Wish I Learned in High School
My high school reunion was the other week, and one thing surprised me.
The First 100 Days in a New Job
You’re not paranoid; the company is watching your every step.
Is Your Status Update Still ‘Looking for Work?’
Be positive, not needy.
Tell a Story Interviewers Can’t Forget
Fill your resume, interviews and meetings with memorable details about you and the problems you have solved.
Volunteer Work Is the Ultimate Interview
Consider volunteer work a lengthy interview.
Ethics and Resume Writing
It is critical that all information reported on the document is accurate and something you can back up with facts if questioned.
Managing Your Career in a Difficult Economy
Here's some food for thought as we navigate through these difficult times.
Interviewing Strategy — Clues to Uncover Corporate Culture
See the corporate culture from the inside.
How to Survive a Panel Interview
It is becoming increasingly common for job seekers to meet with panels of three or more decision makers in one interview.
5 reasons to send thank you letters now more than ever
Thank you letters continue to be an important component of a successful job-search campaign. But the focus has shifted from gratitude to marketing.