3 + 3 = Information Meetings

What do you say during an information meeting?  If you are networking, and making connections, you are getting information meetings with people who are second or third degree connections.  They may offer career advice and may, in the future, have a job opening or know of a job opening.  You are not interviewing for an […]

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What does a Successful Job Search Look Like?

Are you having trouble with your job search? No responses to your emails? Not getting interviews?  Getting interviews but no offers?  Getting offers but not meeting your expectations? Here are some tips to guarantee success in your job search: Don’t rely on answering ads on the internet. Millions of people are viewing ads on the […]

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After the Interview – What Next?

The interview is really the beginning of your job process – as far as the company is concerned.  Your job is to get to the second or third interview and ultimately get an offer.  So what should you do after the interview? Reflect on the interview and make some notes about what you learned. What […]

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Tired of Working Full Time but Don’t Want to Retire?

Whether you are tired of working full-time or thinking about a retirement in the not too distant future, but you still want to work, what are your options?   Continuing to work is important to keep your mind stimulated, prevent depression, feel productive and maintain social interactions.  Here are some options to consider: PART-TIME WORK If […]

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WHATS WRONG WITH MY RESUME? 

March 14 2017 © Amy Geffen If you are sending out your resume, whether in answer to postings or cold to companies where you would like to work, and you are getting few responses, it is time to revise and re-work.  Remember, the resume is an advertisement for you.  Its purpose is to get your […]

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What’s Wrong with My Pitch?

(c) Amy Geffen March 7 2017 Your pitch is your 30 -120 second advertisement for you.  It is your commercial that you can use when you meet new people, in your cover letter, in your resume, in your interview, in your follow up letter.  It is pretty much the single most important piece of promotion for your […]

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