Category Archives: Career management

Opportunity Knocks? Why I Said “No” to the Job

I just turned down a contract that would have paid me well. Again. The work to which I said “No” was squarely within my competence and uses the most highly compensated skill I have, RFP response. Why on earth did … Continue reading

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Reaching Your Goals: When Effort Isn’t Enough

“I put great effort into life in general. I really try, but I seem to have no effect,” she writes, her tone bordering on petulance. “We all know,” she continues, “that insanity is doing the same thing over and over … Continue reading

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How to Tailor Your Resume for a Bridging Job

Show You Meet the Requirements Whatever job you apply for, it is up to you to show that you meet the job requirements. Even a high school student, who may get cut some slack because of limited work experience, will … Continue reading

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