It doesn’t matter when you lost your job: A year ago or just last week. You still need a PLAN and “Career Doctor” Robert Shindell will tell you how to create one that keeps you focused on the next live broadcast of End the Job Search. Listen and Learn: 11 am ET Wednesday, November 23, […]Read more
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Tax season: What should job seekers do?
Susan Rich, author of How to write a kick-butt resume cover letter and John Beidle, IRS enrolled agent, will talk about tax strategies for the unemployed. What can you do shave dollars off your tax return? Also – if you have decided to end the job search by starting your own business, John will be […]Read more
Jobs for the disabled? Yes, it helps the economy!
Get past the stereotype. There are millions of disabled people in the US alone – and they’re not all working at Goodwill or Wal-Mart. Nor should they be. Many are college-educated and capable of working at full-time jobs, earning their way and contributing to the growth and success of our economy. So what’s the problem? […]Read more
Are you in transition? Tips to make it go your way
There’s two sides to the transition coin. And on today’s internet radio show, End the Job Search, Absolutely Abby talked with host Susan Rich about how to manage each one. A recruiter herself, Absolutely Abby is committed to helping one million job seekers find their next job – in part by telling them how to […]Read more
End the Job Search! Let’s talk on internet radio w4cy.com
Are you in transition? There are two ways to look at it. Tune in and discover what they are. Marketing expert Susan Rich – author of How to Write a Kick-Butt Resume Cover Letter – talks strategies that help YOU end the job search! On Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2011 she’ll be joined by expert recruiter […]Read more
New college grad: Useful tips to land that first great job
If you just finished college, you need a job. But now’s the time to be cautious, not careless. If you’re a newly minted grad, you might be considering taking a short-cut to a paycheck: “Yeah, that first job,” you think, “it’s a toss-off, it doesn’t count.” And besides, you’ve got bills to pay. If you’re […]Read more