Great interview answers #2

In this career break Dr Marlene Caroselli tells us her greatest interview answer.(download mp3) 1 min

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I should tell you I’m a non, conforming, conformist.

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Jobradio to cover Career Thought Leaders conference in March

JobRadio.FM is proud to announce that we’ll be covering the upcoming Career Thought Leaders conference from Baltimore in March. It is a 3 day event for career coaches, resume writers and all kinds of career professionals.

We’ll be bringing you tons of interviews from the conference floor about all things job hunting. Stay tuned!

Check out our other coverage from more past events.

Financial Advisor jobs at Edward Jones (video)

What distinguishes highly successful people is their ability to capitalize on the right opportunity when it presents itself. By becoming an Edward Jones Financial Advisor, you can run your business, determine your compensation and redefine your future. We currently have opportunities for both experienced and non-experienced individuals across the country.

Financial Advisor Opportunities at Edward Jones @ Yahoo! Video

5 Secrets to Uncovering the Hidden Job Market

Kevin Kermes is the Founder of Build the Career You Deserve, a company devoted to empowering professionals with the vital tools and information necessary to find the job they want and have the successful career they deserve. He let us record his recent teleseminar where he details how to find hidden jobs. (download mp3) 45 min

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Taking a break

For the next 2 weeks we’ll be taking a bit of a break here at the station. That means no new audio to the blog or stream. Instead we’ll be replaying some of the more popular audio until we get through the holidays.

Merry Christmas, happy holidays and happy new year to all our listeners.

We’ll see you in 2010!

How to use Linkedin if unemployed #7

In our 7th and final career break audio on tips for using LinkedIn if you are unemployed, networking author Diane Crompton has some advice.

Many of those out of work have a hard time figuring out these new online tools they need to be on. Hopefully these tips will help. (download mp3) 1 min

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Share your status for a couple of reasons…

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How to use Linkedin if unemployed #6

Steve Tylock the Linkedin Personal trainer has our 6th career break audio on tips for using LinkedIn if you are unemployed.

Many of those out of work have a hard time figuring out these new online tools they need to be on. Hopefully these tips will help. (download mp3) 1 min 30 sec

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dont lower your professional status…take into account your personal brand

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How to use Linkedin if unemployed #5

Rebecca Martin, CEO and Founder of dear jane Inc. has our 5th tip on using Linkedin if unemployed. (download mp3)

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I have been coaching people into jobs for the past 12 years. In the last 4 years I have been telling clients to add their consulting business into their most current position in their linkedin.com profile. For example, If I am a career coach and my name is Rebecca Martin, I would put Martin Consulting, the dates would reflect the last day of my previous position and up to the present. So for example, If I was laid off in Nov 2008 then I would put Nov 2008 to Present.

I would then put my title as Founder/Career Consultant and then add for job description “provides various career consulting services to various clients.” I might put more detail but that’s it. It communicates to the future employer that you are keeping your skills active and you are doing something productive during your career transition.

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