Should you attach your resume or paste it into email?

Today Wendy Enelow tells us if you should attach your resume to your apply email or simply cut and paste it into the body of the message. She’s authored 20+ resume, cover letter and job search books; runs a careers think-tank disseminating best practices and trends in resumes, career coaching, branding, interviewing, networking, social media, job search and more; and she is hosting the 2010 Career Thought Leaders Conference in Baltimore in March. (download mp3) (1 min)

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Great Opportunity for Serious Job Seekers:
2010 Career Thought Leaders Conference & Symposium, Baltimore, MD

Monday, March 22, 2010: Mastering the Art of Resume Writing

Job seekers are more than welcome to register and attend the first day of this 3-day professional conference. Not only will they enjoy 8 hours of intense training and discussion on writing resumes, cover letters, LinkedIn profiles, career biographies, thank-you letters and more, they’ll have the opportunity to meet, network with and communicate directly with 100+ of the top resume writers in the country. Quite an opportunity!

JOB SEEKERS INVITED TO RESUME DAY: Re pricing, 1-day registration is currently $425 for career professionals. However, we’re pleased to offer job seekers the opportunity to attend for $350/day (including all meals and materials) since we know how remarkably difficult the employment market and landscape are and we want to encourage them to take advantage of the most unique opportunity. Surround yourself with some of the top career coaches/resume writers in the country. www.careerthoughtleaders.com/conference/

Break up your resume

Today Wendy Enelow talks about breaking up that text on your resume so that its easier to read. She’s authored 20+ resume, cover letter and job search books; runs a careers think-tank disseminating best practices and trends in resumes, career coaching, branding, interviewing, networking, social media, job search and more; and she is hosting the 2010 Career Thought Leaders Conference in Baltimore in March. (download mp3) (1 min)

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Great Opportunity for Serious Job Seekers:
2010 Career Thought Leaders Conference & Symposium, Baltimore, MD

Monday, March 22, 2010: Mastering the Art of Resume Writing

Job seekers are more than welcome to register and attend the first day of this 3-day professional conference. Not only will they enjoy 8 hours of intense training and discussion on writing resumes, cover letters, LinkedIn profiles, career biographies, thank-you letters and more, they’ll have the opportunity to meet, network with and communicate directly with 100+ of the top resume writers in the country. Quite an opportunity!

JOB SEEKERS INVITED TO RESUME DAY: Re pricing, 1-day registration is currently $425 for career professionals. However, we’re pleased to offer job seekers the opportunity to attend for $350/day (including all meals and materials) since we know how remarkably difficult the employment market and landscape are and we want to encourage them to take advantage of the most unique opportunity. Surround yourself with some of the top career coaches/resume writers in the country. www.careerthoughtleaders.com/conference/

Cover letter is really an “E” letter

In our continuing career break series with Wendy Enelow says that cover letters are really becoming E letters. She’s authored 20+ resume, cover letter and job search books; runs a careers think-tank disseminating best practices and trends in resumes, career coaching, branding, interviewing, networking, social media, job search and more; and she is hosting the 2010 Career Thought Leaders Conference in Baltimore in March. (download mp3) (1 min)

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Great Opportunity for Serious Job Seekers:
2010 Career Thought Leaders Conference & Symposium, Baltimore, MD

Monday, March 22, 2010: Mastering the Art of Resume Writing

Job seekers are more than welcome to register and attend the first day of this 3-day professional conference. Not only will they enjoy 8 hours of intense training and discussion on writing resumes, cover letters, LinkedIn profiles, career biographies, thank-you letters and more, they’ll have the opportunity to meet, network with and communicate directly with 100+ of the top resume writers in the country. Quite an opportunity!

JOB SEEKERS INVITED TO RESUME DAY: Re pricing, 1-day registration is currently $425 for career professionals. However, we’re pleased to offer job seekers the opportunity to attend for $350/day (including all meals and materials) since we know how remarkably difficult the employment market and landscape are and we want to encourage them to take advantage of the most unique opportunity. Surround yourself with some of the top career coaches/resume writers in the country. www.careerthoughtleaders.com/conference/

Aspects of a great resume

In our continuing career break series with Wendy Enelow we asked her what are the aspects of a great resume in her opinion. She’s authored 20+ resume, cover letter and job search books; runs a careers think-tank disseminating best practices and trends in resumes, career coaching, branding, interviewing, networking, social media, job search and more; and she is hosting the 2010 Career Thought Leaders Conference in Baltimore in March. (download mp3) (1 min)

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Great Opportunity for Serious Job Seekers:
2010 Career Thought Leaders Conference & Symposium, Baltimore, MD

Monday, March 22, 2010: Mastering the Art of Resume Writing

Job seekers are more than welcome to register and attend the first day of this 3-day professional conference. Not only will they enjoy 8 hours of intense training and discussion on writing resumes, cover letters, LinkedIn profiles, career biographies, thank-you letters and more, they’ll have the opportunity to meet, network with and communicate directly with 100+ of the top resume writers in the country. Quite an opportunity!

JOB SEEKERS INVITED TO RESUME DAY: Re pricing, 1-day registration is currently $425 for career professionals. However, we’re pleased to offer job seekers the opportunity to attend for $350/day (including all meals and materials) since we know how remarkably difficult the employment market and landscape are and we want to encourage them to take advantage of the most unique opportunity. Surround yourself with some of the top career coaches/resume writers in the country. www.careerthoughtleaders.com/conference/

Resumes becoming ‘laser focused’

Let me introduce you to Wendy Enelow who is one of the top leaders in the careers industry. She’s authored 20+ resume, cover letter and job search books; runs a careers think-tank disseminating best practices and trends in resumes, career coaching, branding, interviewing, networking, social media, job search and more; and she is hosting the 2010 Career Thought Leaders Conference in Baltimore in March. (download mp3)

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Great Opportunity for Serious Job Seekers:
2010 Career Thought Leaders Conference & Symposium, Baltimore, MD

Monday, March 22, 2010: Mastering the Art of Resume Writing

Job seekers are more than welcome to register and attend the first day of this 3-day professional conference. Not only will they enjoy 8 hours of intense training and discussion on writing resumes, cover letters, LinkedIn profiles, career biographies, thank-you letters and more, they’ll have the opportunity to meet, network with and communicate directly with 100+ of the top resume writers in the country. Quite an opportunity!

JOB SEEKERS INVITED TO RESUME DAY: Re pricing, 1-day registration is currently $425 for career professionals. However, we’re pleased to offer job seekers the opportunity to attend for $350/day (including all meals and materials) since we know how remarkably difficult the employment market and landscape are and we want to encourage them to take advantage of the most unique opportunity. Surround yourself with some of the top career coaches/resume writers in the country. www.careerthoughtleaders.com/conference/

Cardiology Careers – Jobs With Heart!

Welcome to Andrea Santiago’s Healthcare Jobcast! A short news segment on the world of healthcare careers.

This weeks episode: Cardiology Careers

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February is American Heart Month, as designated by the American Heart Association, and a great time to learn about careers in the cardiology field. If you are passionate about heart health, or think you may be interested in cardiovascular medicine, this week’s jobcast explores a variety of careers for many different education and salary levels. There are a few more commonly known careers such as nurses and cardiologist, along with some you may not have heard of such as perfusionist and electrophysiologist. Listen now to learn more!

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Fuel cell jobs growing, new biorefinery on the Green Jobcast #24

The Green Jobcast, episode 24, is a short news segment with information about green jobs making headlines across the country. This week news on a new biorefinery plant in wisconsin, growing mkt for fuel cell jobs and new plans from Boone Pickens. (download mp3) (4 min)

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Lack of transmission lines has forced Boone Pickens to shift the location of a proposed wind farm from Texas to Minnesota and Canada. The legendary energy executive had hoped to break ground on the world’s largest wind farm in the Texas Panhandle in 2011 but has been forced to postpone any plans in the Lone Star State until such a time when the requisite transmission lines are put in place. The 81-year-old is the driving force behind the Pickens Plan, a comprehensive plan to end America’s dangerous addiction to foreign oil by utilizing domestic energy resources such as natural gas, nuclear power, and solar energy. Pickens is adamant in his belief in the opportunity afforded by wind energy – he has called the Great Plains “the Saudi Arabia of wind” – and will take delivery of 300 General Electric turbines in 2011 for use on wind farms in Minnesota and Canada. See other texas green jobs.

SEAL BEACH, Calif. – (Business Wire) Solar panel manufacturer Amonix (www.amonix.com) will create a total of 436 clean energy manufacturing jobs in Nevada and Arizona based on its award of $9.5 million in stimulus funding as part of the federal Recovery Act’s Advanced Energy Manufacturing Tax Credit. The company was granted $5.9 million for manufacturing work in Nevada, and $3.6 million for work in Arizona.

Amonix, headquartered in Seal Beach, California, designs and manufactures concentrated photovoltaic (CPV) solar power systems that require less water, use land better, and produce more energy per acre than any other solar technology. The stimulus funding will be used to expand permanent manufacturing operations in Nevada and Arizona.

The company will begin construction of its new manufacturing facility in Nevada by the end of 2010. When completed in the first half of 2011, that facility will create 269 new jobs for the state. The Arizona facility, which will create 167 new jobs, is pegged for a 2011 construction start, with completion scheduled by the end of that year.

Up to 700 000 ‘green’ manufacturing jobs could be created in the global fuel cell industry over the next decade, according to the latest Industry Review, Fuel Cells: Sustainability from the analysts at Fuel Cell Today. The 2010 Industry Review was launched today at the World Future Energy Summit’s Expert Showcase Seminar in Abu Dhabi. The 2010 Industry Review conservatively estimates that the manufacturing of fuel cells will see the largest growth in jobs in the next 10 years, with almost 700 000 cumulative jobs created in this time. In line with Fuel Cell Today’s projections of unit shipments over this period, this could see the creation of more than 1 million new jobs in total when fuel cell installation, servicing, and maintenance are included.

The Journal Sentinel is reporting that Plans are moving ahead to build a $250 million biorefinery that would make diesel and wax out of waste wood and other forms of biomass next to the Flambeau River Papers pulp and paper mill in Park Falls, WI. The Flambeau River biorefinery will create permanent, high-skilled operating jobs in the region, long-term logging jobs, and short-term engineering and construction jobs, contributing to the economic stimulus of Park Falls, Wisconsin, said Butch Johnson, majority owner of Flambeau River Papers and Flambeau River Biofuels. The project is expected to create 160 construction jobs, 40 permanent jobs running and supporting the biorefinery, as well as jobs for 125 loggers and truckers.