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The Best Fall Fashion Advice and Job Search App

The Voice of Job Seekers - Unemployed, Underemployed, Unappreciated Job Seekers Welcomed!

Thanks for joining us for this double guest episode of the podcast. For segment one, I bring back Aaja Corrine, the show’s fashion expert and brand strategist. The second segment features Aaron Michel, co-founder of Path Source home of the app of the same name which helps you track your career interests, provides tools for you to find the career, and resources for your job search.

 

1) Leave a voice mail or text message at 708-365-9822. Let me know if I can share it on future shows

2) Email me: mark@thevoiceofjobseekers.com
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Those of you who are career professionals can receive the additional bonus by leaving your blog and I will link to it.

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Let us know what you think.

  • Do you need help with resume writing or career direction? Do you need coaching or instruction?I can help.

    Also, join our Linkedin community! You’ll enjoy some of the insights shared by community members and other career pros!

    I would still like to help self-published career professionals promote their books. If you’re interested, find more info here.

For complete show notes go to TheVoiceofJobSeekers.com/100

 

 

 

Direct download: thevoiceofjobseekers100.mp3
Category:Career Advice -- posted at: 8:01pm CST

An opportunity to tap into of former hiring manager is a terrible thing to waste. That is why this conversation is a MUST listen to. You will clearly hear someone who is now an advocate for job seekers want you to know how to prepare for the job search. Donn Levie is a speaker, trainer, author of the just-released book, Strategic Career Engagement, The Definitive Guide for Getting Hired and Promoted. His tips will provide value in getting you closer in presenting your best self before employers.

What is the toughest part of your job search? I would love to know! Here's how you can tell me:

1) Leave a voice mail or text message at 708-365-9822. Let me know if I can share it on future shows

2) Email me: mark@thevoiceofjobseekers.com

3) Go to TheVoiceofJobSeekers.com and press the “Send Voicemail” button to leave a message online

 

Those of you who are career professionals can receive the additional bonus by leaving your blog, and I will link to it.

    Have you subscribed to this show on iTunes? If you haven’t, please do so. iTunes is a great place to write an honest review and increase the show’s visibility. Enjoy listening to the show.

Let us know what you think.

Do you need help with resume writing or career direction? Do you need coaching or instruction?I can help.

 

Also, join our Linkedin community! You’ll enjoy some of the insights shared by community members and other career pros!

By the way, if you are a career pro that has written a self-published book or ebook, let me help you promote it. Find out more details here

Direct download: thevoiceofjobseekers99.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 3:58pm CST

It's hard to be found or relevant if you don't have an online presence showing your capabilities, accomplishments, and achievements. Baby boomers are still evaluating the benefits of the how and why of having an online presence. Marc Miller (@CareerPivot), founder of the blog Career Pivot makes it clear: it is necessary to stamp your personal brand on the internet. The excuses are over. If you are looking for work or looking to transition another opportunity, a meaningful personal brand is a must. 

Baby boomers, what online presence do you have and why?  I would love to hear your thoughts in one of the several ways:

1) Leave a voice mail or text message at 708-365-9822. Let me know if I can share it on future shows

2) Email me: mark@thevoiceofjobseekers.com

3) Go to TheVoiceofJobSeekers.com and press the “Send Voicemail” button to leave a message online

Those of you who are career professionals can receive the additional bonus by leaving your blog, and I will link to it.Have you subscribed to this show on iTunes? If you haven’t, please do so. iTunes is a great place to write an honest review and increase the show’s visibility. Enjoy listening to the show.

Let us know what you think.

Do you need help with resume writing or career direction? Do you need coaching or instruction?I can help.

How did you like the new segments of the show? Let me know in the comments or any of the ways stated above. I hope that they add value to the show!

Also, join our Linkedin community! You’ll enjoy some of the insights shared by community members and other career pros!

For complete show notes, go to TheVoiceofJobSeekers.com/98

Direct download: thevoiceofjobseekers98_1.mp3
Category:Career Advice -- posted at: 5:00pm CST

Janine Truitt (@czarinaorhr) and Steve Levy (also my guest from episode 36) wrote an article calling for company HR departments to initiate and entertain race relations discussions internally. This article was picked up by College Recruiters, who decided to host the webinar, “ Honest Diversity Conversations: Race Relations & HR.” Janine Truitt and I discuss the webinar and why it should be important for today’s job seeker.

The free webinar will be aired Sept. 9, 16, and 23. I recommend for you to registered for it today. I feel that this is a must for job seekers everywhere (particularly in the U.S.) to help you choose future employers.

Are diversity and inclusion efforts from employers important to you? Why? I would love to hear from you about this discussion. Here are a few ways to make your opinion known:

1) Leave a voice mail or text message at 708-365-9822. Let me know if I can share it on future shows

2) Email me: mark@thevoiceofjobseekers.com

3) Go to TheVoiceofJobSeekers.com and press the “Send Voicemail” button to leave a message online

 

Those of you who are career professionals can receive the additional bonus by leaving your blog, and I will link to it.

    Have you subscribed to this show on iTunes? If you haven’t, please do so. iTunes is a great place to write an honest review and increase the show’s visibility. Enjoy listening to the show.

Let us know what you think.

Do you need help with resume writing or career direction? Do you need coaching or instruction?I can help.

 

Also, join our Linkedin community! You’ll enjoy some of the insights shared by community members and other career pros!

Direct download: what_does_a_lack_of_diversity_mean_f.mp3
Category:Career Advice -- posted at: 7:32pm CST

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