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Salary Negotiation Tips: Compensation Potential versus Reality

Is there a way to renegotiate when you believe you are under-compensated?

Bulletproof Your Job

In order to get the job you want, you have to protect the job you have.

Claims versus Evidence: Knowing When You’re Really Qualified for the Job!

It's not a matter of whether or not you can do the job, but it's a matter of knowing if you're the right person for the job.

Back to Job-Search Basics

In this time of corporate upheaval and general uneasiness, simple details that can make a candidate stand out among their peers are often left by the wayside.

October 2008 – Does My Resume Stink?

October 2008 - Does My Resume Stink?

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.

Where’s Your Executive Portfolio?

Ready examples of your work can help you close the deal.

Connect Your Way to Your Next Job

Connect Your Way to Your Next Job Advertising Week in New York City was, once again, a fantastic meeting ground for hiring managers and job seekers.

The Must-Have Features of a Winning Resume

The Must-Have Features of a Winning Resume The possibility – or necessity – for a career change can arise at any moment.

Personal Branding for Success in a Tight Job Market

What do you do well and how much better do you do it?

Electrify Your Personal Brand

Jane Harding, a top medical pharmaceutical sales representative, says that investing more in her personal brand could have gotten her hired faster.

Top 5 Resume Myths Exposed

Debunking the common resume myths that continue to plague job seekers’ strategies.

The Brand Called You

Be real, be memorable.

Do, Delegate, or Delete It

Prioritizing is key to a successful job search.

Transforming Your Resume Into an Interview Magnet

Your executive resume should tell the reader who you are, what value you bring, and where/how you have been successful.

Build Your Personal Brand the NASCAR Way

Lessons in personal branding and marketing from NASCAR.

What if They Want Me to Sign a Non-Compete Agreement?

Don't sign that non-compete agreement.

Ten Tips for Getting the Most Out of Your Mentor

Both parties need to take an active role for this relationship to pay off.

Teasing Out Your 30-Second Elevator Speech

Formulating your personal brand.

How To

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.

How to Handle ‘You’re Overqualified’ in Interviews

How to get the job you're too experienced for.

Are There Skeletons in Your Closet?

Background checks explained.

Building Your Personal Communications Plan, Part 2

Start spreading your personal brand message through these three communications tools.

Building Your Personal Communications Plan, Part 1

A step-by-step guide to creating your unique value and expressing it consistently.

Recession-Proof Your Career

A road map to resilience Once upon a time in the world of work, professionals at all levels could expect to not only keep their position, but move up the ladder based on their dedicated service and eventually retire from the same employer with a good pension.