Archive | August, 2010

Hey interview subjects, you’re likely in print now!

TheLadders has published a book, “You’re Better Than Your Job Search,” that reprints quite a few of the resume articles I’ve written for them over the past few years. Unfortunately, they stripped my byline from my stories, but if you pick up the book, the “Your Resume” section reprints some of the invaluable input I’ve […]

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Tech Hiring Creeps Back to Health

The hiring climate in IT is gaining momentum, tech staffing agencies report, but its recovery pace is akin to that of a snail going about its business after recovering from a coma. Full story.

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How to Address a Layoff on Your Resume

If you can help it, stay employed; if you can’t, use your resume to work around the issue. Read the story here.

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Sybase and the Case of the Disappearing Database

What, no talk of the future of #SAP-Sybase ASE last week? Here’s the scanty little that #Vink and analysts had to offer.

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How to Follow Up On a Resume Submission

How soon is too soon to send an e-mail or make a phone call? When does persistence become annoyance? Read the full story on TheLadders.

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Sample Resumes for Technology Executives

A tech pro’s resume has to match the speed of this fast-changing industry. Read the full story here.

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9 Resume Tips Hiring Managers Wished Creative Pros Knew

Recruiters from advertising and Web marketing agencies share their advice for would-be job seekers applying for positions in creative fields. Read the story here.

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