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  The Job Market is Unfair - So Do Something About It
by Thomas Bachhuber, Ed.D. - Sep, 2007
Not unlike many life aspects, job hunting is often unfair. The best candidate only sometimes gets the job. There are many things you can’t control—and variables outside your control influence job search success e.g. anticipated business doesn’t develop, quarterly reports reflect downturns, company or departmental priorities are altered, hiring priorities change, open positions become closed, bosses change and decide not to hir...
 
  The Right Research - Becoming An Informed, Intelligent Job Seeker
by Thomas Bachhuber, Ed.D. - Sep, 2007
Everybody advises ad nauseum—“You need information to be a successful job seeker.” Great—what does that mean? Information is everywhere—translating it to intelligence which can be used and useful in job seeking—now that’s helpful advice. As the web is the ultimate source of information for connecting job hunters and employers—many believe it simplifies the process. Truth be told, it has probably made everything more compli...
 
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