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Summary Sunday: Interviewing, Networking and everything

First, I would  like to thank you for checking out my blog! I hope you know how much I appreciate each and every reader who stops by! Really, I do. And the reason I write and curate information is to help educate new job seekers on the sometimes subtle and not so subtle changes in job search.

I’ve rounded up posts on different topics that I believe are important to share! If you are following me on Twitter (@CareerSherpa), you may have seen me share these posts this week. In reality, I realize that many are still not on Twitter and may have missed this advice I shared from others.  Or perhaps I overwhelmed you with my regular updates and you missed some of these. In either case, hope these help you.

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Interviewing

The 10 Best Interview Questions to Ask from Yahoo by Alison Green

Personal Branding

25 Personal Branding Tips You Can Do In 5 Minutes from JobMob by Jacob Share (@JacobShare)

Job Search

#HFChat Transcript from May 4, 2012 by Tom Bolt (@TomBolt) and HRMargo (@HRMargo) and many others!!!

The fast-moving live version is a lot of fun, but you can see the transcript.  This was the topic: “What Are Some Best Practices for a Tech Job Seeker?” The guests were from Intuit and it was hosted by Dice!

Self Leadership/Confidence

Never Let Others Define You. Never. by Ted Coine (@TedCoine) from Switch and Shift

Feeling Stuck? 5 Questions to Ask from LeadBig by Jane Purdue (@TheHRGoddess)

Networking

How to Connect When You Can’t Use Your Network from Job-Hunt.org by Kathy Simmons

What Recruiters Look At During The 6 Seconds They Spend On Your Resume from Business Insider

how recruiters view your resumeImage From TheLadders Eye-Tracking Study

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