362 results for tag: job search


Should I Create a “Consulting” Position on My LinkedIn Profile?

ExecuNet Master Class Host Tony Vlahos asked executive recruiter and ExecuNet career strategist Pat Romboletti a member's question on how good an idea is it to create a consulting role on one's LinkedIn profile so that it looks like you are actively working...
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How to Stand Out in Your Job Search: A Recruiter’s Perspective

It can be tough to stand out from the crowd during your job search. According to executive search industry veteran and JBK Associates International Managing Director, Paul Stefunek, to stand out you must first get noticed. During this ExecuNet Master Class ...
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From the Saddlebag: Advancing Your Job Search Online

From the Saddlebag: Season 2: Episode 2 The job search trail can be lonesome and treacherous. To help you through the dark and dusty parts, you'll want to take along a guide you can really trust. In our From the Saddlebag series, available only to VIP ...
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How to Look & Feel Your Best During Job Search

Feeling Anxious in Your Job Search? Learn How to Manage Stress and Practice Self-Care … so that You Are Confident and Effective! If you're a top performer who is looking for a new position, or transitioning careers in 2019, you'll want to listen to ...
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Survey Reveals Greatest Job Search Challenge

Baseball has something in common with job search at a fundamental level. Baseball is a game of failure. Time and again coaches and parents tell baseball players to “keep your head up.” If you succeed one-third of the time, you are an elite hitter. ...
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How Should I Respond to Salary Expectations Questions?

How should I respond to salary expectations questions on online applications and when recruiters ask? I am a firm believer in the adage of, "Let them fall in love first, BEFORE you tell the what kind of ring you need." Smart candidates make career moves ...
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Recruiters Share Job Search Secrets & Escape Corporate America

April Fools' Day is around the corner, but we have no practical jokes to spring. Instead, we have lined up presenters who will lead brilliant Master Class sessions. Here’s what’s on the schedule for ExecuNet Master Class in April: How to Stand Out in ...
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What Do I Need to Know Before a Phone Interview With a Recruiter?

What suggestions do you have for job seekers who are preparing for a phone interview with a recruiter?  Preparing for a phone interview is essentially the same as preparing for a live meeting, with a few key differences. By its very nature, occasiona...
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How Prepared is Your Proof?

Your "proof" is your accomplishments which support your value proposition. There will be 3-5 core accomplishments that really proved what you bring to the table, and some will be more relevant to a particular job than others. You'd, of course, focus on the ...
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Should Out-of-State Candidates Even Apply?

Is being an out-of-state candidate an obstacle when applying for an executive-level position? Generally, the higher up the executive ladder you are, the less important geographic location is, for a couple of reasons. For managers with nationwide ...
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Should I Make a Video Resume?

I'm hearing that some executives are making short videos to serve as a type of video resume and to explain who they are and what they would bring to an employer. What are your thoughts on videos like this? Personally, I think the chances of having a ...
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How Do You Recommend an Older Job Seeker (55+) Approach a Job Search?

How do you recommend an older job seeker (55+) approach a job search? What are the things specific to this group that needs to be done/kept in mind? What type of companies should they pursue, and how should they pursue them? In addition to all the basics ...
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