Tag Archives: jobseeking

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Job Seekers: Do You Have The Ted Factor?

By now I think most of us are familiar with the latest You Tube sensation that is “Ted Williams.” If you have managed to dodge this story to date here is a quick summary– Ted was a homeless “Wolverine” look alike...
January 25, 2011 885 Reads share

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Leaving on a High

For many of us one of the most stressful and traumatic things that can happen in our life is being made redundant. Maybe a controlled explosion is the way to go to release these feelings?
May 7, 2010 567 Reads share

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MR. Topsy Turvy’s Job Rant

I have started to read my two little boys the Mr. Men books at bedtime. They love them and it gives me a chance to reminisce about my childhood, as I also loved them...
February 5, 2010 1,739 Reads share

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The Sweet Refreshing and Satisfying Taste of Redundancy?

As a Career Coach I am always looking out for the latest and most creative material that will benefit my clients. So I spend a lot of time reading books and blogs from around the world. I was very excited last week when I finally received the much anticipated “Lemonade” movie in the post.
January 22, 2010 630 Reads share

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10 Networking Tips for Job Seekers

Networking is a necessity for a jobseeker in today’s challenging marketplace. Over 50% of all jobs in Ireland are now being filled through networking and recommendations. A mentor of mine recently made a comment which made me sit up and take note. “Greg he said...your business looks great.....
October 27, 2009 714 Reads share