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May 06, 2009
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March 23: Minnestar Tech Career Day (speaker)
March 30: Minnesota Tech Association - Building Your Future Workforce (attendee)
April 12-13: Sourcecon (attendee)
April 17: MN Public Sector HR Association Annual Conference (speaker)
April 20: MNTRN Recruiter Branding and Job Search (speaker)
April 22: Minnebar (speaker)
May 24th: Open Source North (attendee)
June 27-28: Talent42 (attendee)
Blog Posts (recent/popular) or scroll down (yes, these have aged more than a bit:
Many Companies Are Not Prepared For “The Roaring Twenties” Post Pandemic Hiring Surge
COVID19, Politics, Social Justice And The Economy: We Are NOT All In The Same Boat
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I caught the tail end your job hunter tookit webinar. How can I get the slides from your pres?
Posted by: Anthony Warren | May 28, 2009 at 01:36 PM
Good post, Paul. Also, your "Five Things NOT To Do During a Job Interview" are very good as well. Funny how many things seem like no brainers, but still need to be pounded into peoples head.
We do some work for http://www.minnesotajoblist.com, so please use that as a resource for listings when needed. It's pretty comprehensive, so hopefully you find it of value. Thanks!
Posted by: Paul | June 29, 2009 at 08:05 AM
The common lament of job seekers, that "employers only hire people with experience, yet the only way to gain experience is to get hired" How do we go about this? Is building or managing a career by making yourself visible on-line through social networks like facebook and LinkedIn a big plus factor? Thx
Posted by: Executive Careers Blogger | June 30, 2009 at 06:33 AM
Like a lot of people I'm interviewing like crazy to find my next position. I happen to be a disabled veteran who might qualify for the Federal Work Opportunity Tax Credit for Hiring Veterans. When "selling yourself to a prospective employer what is a good way to mention this added perk without sounding desperate? Thanks
Posted by: twitter.com/roninrecruiter | November 03, 2009 at 01:43 PM