An opportunity to tap into of former hiring manager is a terrible thing to waste. That is why this conversation is a MUST listen to for your career management goals. You will clearly hear someone who is now an advocate for job seekers want you to know how to prepare for the job search. Donn Levie is a speaker, trainer, author of the just-released book, Strategic Career Engagement, The Definitive Guide for Getting Hired and Promoted. His tips will provide value in getting you closer in presenting your best self before employers and help you with your career management aspirations and goals.
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- The Voice of Job SeekersWriter and Publisher, 2011 - presentI help the unemployed, underemployed, and under appreciated job seekers find jobs. This blog is a resource for tools, career advice, and career related issues such as online reputation, STEM careers, Diversity and Inclusion and other hot topics. I review and recommend career related books. The podcast is published every Wednesday with blog related topics as a discussion.
- Competitive ResumesFounder and Chief Evangelist, 2008 - presentI help job seekers show their best attributes and value convincingly to employers. I offer services such as, resume writing, interview preparation and coaching, research and target jobs get hired! I provide my clients with a myriad of resources from various sources including self-published material.
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