Tag Archives: Chandlee Bryan

Career Advice Not Worth Taking Part III: Talking About Your Passions

This is the second in a three part series inspired by an e-book of career advice that prescribed answers to interviewing questions. Here, I take a look at the Q & A given by the e-book’s authors, and suggest an … Continue reading

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Career Advice Not Worth Taking Part II: Should You Say You’re Always Flexible?

This is the second in a three part series inspired by an e-book of career advice that prescribed answers to interviewing questions. Here, I take a look at the Q & A given by the e-book’s authors, and suggest an … Continue reading

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Career Advice Not Worth Taking: Does a Pat Answer to How You Deal With Stress Work?

Several weeks ago, I learned of a free new career e-book for new grads from a technical recruiting firm. I worked in university career offices for eight years before starting my business, so I couldn’t wait to see what they … Continue reading

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Appreciation: Hazel Rowley

This weekend, I’m mourning the loss of a neighbor I never met. I may have shared an elevator with her at some point, but I don’t believe we ever spoke. I live in a 12 story building in New York. … Continue reading

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Job Hunting Rules To Break (Or Why & How to Crowd Your Shadow)

I participate in the Career Collective, a community of bloggers who convene and give their takes on a singular topic once a month. Up this time: outdated job search beliefs or rules that are made to be broken.   Given … Continue reading

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They’re Just Not Into Me…Or Are They?

One of the job seekers I know and think the world of applied for her dream job several months ago. Based on  the job description and what she could learn of the organization, it wasn’t only an ideal role from … Continue reading

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To Get A Job, Hold the Job Applications (Apply Later)

I wear several hats on the social web, including serving as the "New Grads" columnist for Job-Hunt.org, one of my favorite resources on the web. My latest column on Job-Hunt is about why you should never click the apply button … Continue reading

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What Was in 2010, What To Expect in 2011

I'm pleased to be a member of Career Collective, a community of bloggers that provides perspective on job search related topics on a monthly basis. Up this month, trends that will affect your career this year! Here's my take: 2010 … Continue reading

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I’m Going to Let You Finish (My 2011 Wish for You)

One thing that's always, like, been a difference between, like, the performing arts, and being a painter, you know. A painter does a painting, and he paints it, and that's it, you know. He has the joy of creating it, … Continue reading

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Steve Martin on How to Beat Writer’s Block

Ever had writer’s block when writing your resume, your LinkedIn profile, or a cover  letter? Do you know well what you’ve accomplished, but have trouble putting it to paper? A quick way to fix it is to borrow a strategy … Continue reading

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