Seven new shows highlight the stream this week. Visit JobRadio.FM all week as we release the first audio snippets from the Career Management Alliance conference that we covered 2 weeks ago. We have some great audio and will release 1 piece of audio each day this week.

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1. SECRETS OF THE JOB HUNT: Job seeker interviews from LaidOffCampNY

Chris Russell gets into the psyche of a couple of job seekers who attended LaidOffCampNy a few weeks ago. Here what they think about job hunting in todays job market.(download mp3)

2. SECRETS OF THE JOB HUNT: More advice for older job seekers

Experts call intot he comment line with tips for older workers. Special thanks to Martin Yates (Knock’em dead blog) who called in several tips.(download mp3)

3. THE SAVVY JOB SEEKER: Job References that seal the deal

Roxanne interviews career coach Judy Perkins and gets to the bottom of job references. (listen via BTR)

4. CAREER COMMUNIQUE: Keys to Successful Career Transition

Join Annemarie Cross and Keith Keller as they interview special guest Brian Kurth from Vocation Vacations and uncover tips and strategies on how you can make a successful career transition. Turn your idle dreams into reality with proven career transition techniques. (listen via BTR)

5. TOTAL PICTURE RADIO: Debra Feldman, Re-engineering the executive level job search

Career Bailout Plan: Do’s and Don’ts for Guaranteed Faster Results in Today’s Job Market. “There are jobs. Employers are hiring.” (download mp3)

6. TOTAL PICTURE RADIO: Execunet’s 2009 Job Market Report

ExecuNet has just released their comprehensive 17th Annual Executive Job Market Intelligence Report for 2009. Peter Clayton interviews Dave Opton, Founder and CEO, and Mark Anderson, President and Chief Economist, ExecuNet.(download mp3)

7. JOBS IN PODS: Accounting & Finance career jobcast with Follett

This jobcast features Accounting & Finance careers at Follett Higher Education Group. According to their website, they are a family-owned bookstore provider that has operated with integrity and respect for 135 years. Listen to their Controller Rick Scarff describe the company.(download mp3)