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Job Search Radio
There are very few people who really understand job hunting as well as Jim Stroud does. As someone who has been in the search field for many years, he has his own distinctive way of finding talent for his firm or his clients. That is reflected in his newest book, The Number One Job Hunting...
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For many people who come leave India to work abroad, they gain valuable experience that they are not able to fully capitalize on. Returning to India affords many the opportunity to take “a step up” professionally or simply return home and spend time with family. On this show, AK Menon and I discuss what is...
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Everyone whose anyone in job search tells you that networking is the most effective way to find a job. No one tells you that networking while you’re happily employed is critical to making your next job search easier and your career plan implemented. On this show, I speak with Andy Miller​ of Brainworks in New...
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Recruiters. Can’t live with them. Can’t live without them. Recruiters fill many positions throughout the world but are lightening rods for many job hunters for their frustration with job search. On this show, I speak with Bob Larson of Berman, Larson Kane about how to find good recruiters to work with in your job search...
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Everyone makes mistakes. I make mistakes. You make mistakes. It’s just the way things are. In job search, mistakes are very very expensive. They can result in you losing opportunities you could have had and, even if you get the job, receiving a lower salary offer than you might have otherwise. On this show, Marcus...
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On last week’s show, I spoke with Eric Kramer, author of “Active Interviewing” and owner of www.interviewbest.com offers ideas about what you can do . . . and they are really good. This show stands alone from the first one as we continue our discussion of what he calls, “Active Interviewing,” helping you to prepare for...
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  Today’s episode looks at some of the major job search lessons for 2014 as discussed on my podcast, Job Search Radio ***NOTE: THERE WAS A TECHNICAL PROBLEM THAT CAUSED THE SHOW TO RECORD AT APPROXIMATELY THE [2:37] MARK**   Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter has been a recruiter for more than 40 years....
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Hiring is broken. We know it’s broken because surveys of hiring managers done after a person comes on board reveals how few managers would actually rehire the person they hired. Hiring is the only game in town. How do you present yourself effectively and demonstrate your knowledge and skill effectively and powerfully. Eric Kramer, author...
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On a typical Monday morning, Jeff Altman the Big Game Hunter will be asked to review more than 300 resumes to find two that might actually fit what his clients are looking for. What’s wrong with your resume? With a combined 70+ years of executive search experience, Jeff and Executive Coach Hal Klegman discuss the...
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Let’s face it. People find it hard to ask for help and we all know we need to do so. In job search, not asking for help can be damaging because statistics show that 70% of jobs are found through networking and 70% of those 70% came about through someone you didn’t know at the...
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