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Do An Interview or Two before Asking For A Job Interview by Dr. Rick K. Naturopathic DoctorFacebook Posted Fri 20 Mar 2009 3:19pm It’s a changing world, and a changing economy. Some of my coaching and corporate clients tell me it’s a jungle out there.  So many people seeking employment, and so many organizations downsizing their desire to employ.    Maybe you’ve been laid off, and maybe you moved on because you saw the writing on the wall.  Now, it’s time to find your ne ... Read on »
is more than 100 grand to teach job interview skills to autistics worth it? by Jonathan Mitchel Patient Expert Posted Wed 12 Oct 2011 12:00am I see that everybody's favorite autism funding organization, autism speaks, has awarded nearly two million in grants to various research projects designed to help mitigate some of the challenges in life that those of us on the spectrum have. One common complaint of many affected by autism is the lack of funding for studies involving problems in ... Read on »
Easy Plans In job interview skills Simplified by rochellsilver Posted Fri 06 Jul 2012 9:29pm Build your job interviewing skills, study interviewing tactics and you will succeed in getting the project offer. Good questions should be about recent events impacting the corporation, competition, future plans, challenges facing the job, priorities involved within the position, and promotional opportunities are just some on the productive areas ... Read on »
New Podcast Series/Interview: Staying Fit for Your Job Search by Stacey S Posted Wed 04 Mar 2009 3:11pm I’m excited to announce the launch of my new podcast series: Back to Your Senses, a show dedicated to helping you achieve less stress and more success in your personal and professional life. The Back to Your Senses podcast is a 20 to 30 minute audio segment that I will post weekly and include thoughts, tips and information from me, other profes ... Read on »
How Do You Use Phone Persuasion For Job Interviews? by Dr. Rick K. Naturopathic DoctorFacebook Posted Wed 18 Mar 2009 3:18pm Welcome to the New World Disorder.   Unemployment on the rise.  Management jobs disappearing.  And thanks to the shortsightedness and downright cluelessness of the muckamucks at the top, there seems to be less work for people with skills in training, marketing, sales,  and a whole host of other skills and abilities that have been sliced and di ... Read on »
Strategizing for a job interview when you have cancer by robs723 Patient Expert Posted Tue 23 Jun 2009 6:50pm I'm taking a mini-break from my endless bar prep, to stress for tomorrow's upcoming event. A job interview. I feel like this is one of the biggest areas where young adult cancer survivors are more or less totally screwed. My doctor never gave me any advice or pamphlets on how to handle getting your first real job. There are discrimination ... Read on »
Ten Ways to Be Liked in Your Job Interview By Jonathan Littman and Marc Hershon by Amanda Patient Expert Posted Thu 06 Aug 2009 10:07pm The dreaded job interview. No matter your resume and talents if you mess this up you won’t get that job. In today’s tough economy you need every possible edge. As authors of the new book, I Hate People! Kick Loose from the Overbearing and Underhanded Jerks at Work and Get What you Want out of Your Job, we see it as a simple equation: You want to ... Read on »
Job Interviews and Illness Disclosure by Rosalind J. Patient Expert Posted Wed 12 Aug 2009 10:11pm FYI  – If you tried to “comment” recently and couldn’t, that’s fixed now! Two chronic issues for people with chronic illness who are  job interviewing  are: disclosure and employment gaps. In this post, I’ll discuss disclosure.   I’ll cover employment gaps next time. Disclosure centers on 3 big questions: Should I say it? What  ... Read on »
A reader wants your opinion on job interviews by Tom Weidig Posted Thu 25 Mar 2010 2:42pm As much as this is a surprise to you, but I am actually getting a lot of emails asking me for advice, and I always reply and people seem to appreciate my efforts. I am not just destructive, only to those with grandiose theories on stuttering, treatment and outcome studies. I always accept your experience, but rarely your interpretation of them! A ... Read on »
Bullshit Job Interview Questions by netventures Patient Expert Posted Thu 13 May 2010 4:30am My biggest weakness is that I'm lazy. And violent with my coworkers. What’s your biggest weakness? One of several ubiquitous there’s-no-right-answer job interview questions that seem to exist for no other purpose than to make the process as unpleasant as possible. This article identifies  these trap questions so that you can scul ... Read on »