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Interview Mistakes

Interview panel

I have had candidates lose job opportunities, simply by not sending an email thank you note after an interview, wearing inappropriate interview dress, skirts too short, pants too long, a poorly fitted toupee, too strong a cologne, dirty or torn shirts, broken eyeglasses. The lists today are the truth, the whole Truth. Unfortunately a serious […]

Emotions Are High Right After Termination


It is vital that we do not blame ourselves for the termination/bankruptcy of the company. In this situation we all immediately become salespeople. You are now selling YOU: your ability, experiences, successes, drive, curiosity, and commitment. Remember, you must know yourself. The good, the bad, and the ugly. Some sales call work, others don’t. It […]

The Job Course’s Nine Potential Clients

Choosing a career

Each of these transitionees has very different needs, motivators, and economic realities. We are confident the text, focus, and purview of The Job Course© is powerful, challenging, and motivating enough to serve all nine classifications of transitionees.   Those individuals who are currently employed and who are contemplating a change for a variety of reasons. […]

Eagle Scout

Eagle Scout

Do you know you need a job during your transition from school to work? Always, VOLUNTEER somewhere during your school years. Especially in your last two years. By doing so, you show what you would be like after you are hired! It is not the volunteering, the extra part-time job, or caring about others. It […]

The Fly and the Zipper

Big Presentation

Face-to-Face Interviewing for a job in today’s unique environment can force you to face many funny and negative issues that have happened to me or my clients over the last 45 years. “The Fly” caught me as I was about to present a large purchase of law books to the senior members of a major […]

Top 11 Questions to Ask About Office Location

Modern Office 2022

Here are the top 11 questions about office location you should ask when job searching: Will you have a parking spot or area when you arrive at work? Are your expenses paid for by the employer? How often are you expected to be in the office and currently because of the pandemic many people are […]

18 Genius Job Search Hints

Job Search

Study and review who you are in a written document, not a résumé. Build and write your first outreach material, not a résumé. Be sure to include a story about you, your skills, experiences, etc. Test it on a friend, spouse, parent, or professor. Study the market, product, and/or service that you like most. Build […]

There Are Only 5 Things More Agonizing and Terrifying Than a Job Interview


There are only 5 things more agonizing and terrifying than a Job Interview: Being in court as a defendant, in a mistaken identity case A bad debt letter just after you were terminated from a job that day An electrical outage on the warmest or coldest evening in the year A letter from the IRS […]

Employer Discrimination: Here’s How To Protect Yourself


Being a recent college grad on the job hunt isn’t easy. You’ve already got the whole “no experience” thing going against you. But, if you’re in a minority group, you’ve got a whole other set of obstacles to overcome. Discrimination is a real challenge. Even though many top companies are vowing to combat discrimination, it […]

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