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1. Create a Multimedia Resume with Visual CV (The Savvy Jobseeker)

A crowded job market has job hunters scrambling for creative ways to make an impact with potential employers. Kristi Colvin, User Experience Evangelist for Visual CV (http://visualcv.com/)joins us to discuss how job hunters can use Visual CV to differentiate themselves from the competition. [download mp3] 27:43

2. Creating an Entry-Level Resume That Rocks (The Savvy Jobseeker)

The Resume Girl, Lauren Hasson, joins us to share tips for creating an entry-level resume that speaks to the need of potential employers, makes the most of your skills, education, and experience, and will get you noticed by potential employers. [download mp3] 20min

3. The Working Podcast #67 (Jobacle.com)

An interview with Bryan Daigle of IdeaTango.com. 14 ways the sun can save your career. “I’m a Number” by Erio G. Cavalieri. Hottest new career Web sites. [download mp3] 21min

4. HR Expert Dishes the Job Hunting Dirt (Secrets of the Job Hunt)

David Lewis, CEO of the HR Outsourcing firm OperationsInc, delivers some great advice for job seekers. He also tells a great story about 1 creative candidate. [download mp3] 13:40

5. The Unwritten Rules of the Highly Effective Job Search (Total Picture Radio)

Welcome to a Career Transition edition of Total Picture Radio. Joining us today is Orville Pierson, Senior Vice President, Corporate Director of Program Design and Service Delivery for Lee Hecht Harrison (LHH), a $200 million career services company with 240 offices worldwide. Orville is the author of The Unwritten Rules of the Highly Effective Job Search.

The techniques, developed by and explained in Pierson’s book, have been used successfully for ten years by Lee Hecht Harrison (LHH), the world’s premier career services company. Here, Pierson provides you with the job-search techniques that up to now have been limited to the LHH consultants he trains.