If you’re a mid-life, mid-career executive or professional, career change may feel like you’ve gotten lost with Dorothy in Oz. You’ve achieved success in your career. You’ve built skills and a strong work ethic. And now you’re ready to move on…and it’s not working.Many of my clients tell me, “I haven’t had to look for a […]
The New York Times has a weekly career column, The Workologist. The Workologist is a journalist, not a career expert, and he’s usually informative as well as entertaining. Let’s paraphrase the published letter. The writer (let’s call her Ashley) writes:
I just came across a good post about LinkedIn profiles – read it here. The author, Phil Rosenberg, points out that LinkedIn can be a gold mine for job seekers, but it’s also a potential trap. Here it is: You know you’re supposed to tailor your resume for each job opening. LinkedIn gives you ONE […]
A career coach or consultant can diagnose and overhaul a troubled resume. But you can check off the basics yourself.