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  1. ProducerMatt 🐝 Sweetwood
    5 Tips to Stand Out in a Crowded Job Market
    5 Tips to Stand Out in a Crowded Job MarketOriginally Published on Huffpost Business 5/27/2016Let’s say you are applying for a new job. You have a professional resume, a complete LinkedIn profile, letters of recommendation and you have lots of experience for the position you are applying to....


    Logan Alexander
    27/03/2017 #2 Logan Alexander
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    27/03/2017 #1 GERTRUDE MOSLEY
    Thanks for the tips! I'm part of a social media group who recently discussed sharing information online.
  2. Stephane 🐝 Fenner
    Job Post Switzerland
    Head of Brand Communication - Audemars Piguet
  3. Producerlubina anas

    lubina anas

    Find Your Jobs in Best Job Post Sites
    Find Your Jobs in Best Job Post SitesFor job searchers, there are many free job posting destinations accessible for job seek. Have you been searching for job? To what extent have you been looking? On the off chance that you are utilizing quite recently the customary strategies for...
  4. ProducerLuca Baiguini

    Luca Baiguini

    Compentenze soft, hard, oppure...
    Compentenze soft, hard, oppure...Insegno materie comportamentali nella Business School di un Politecnico. Cerco, quindi, di stare sempre molto attento al dibattito su competenze hard e competenze soft. Ho letto con tanto interesse qualche tempo questi post di Alfonso Fuggetta e...


    Riccardo Marciani
    09/01/2017 #1 Riccardo Marciani
    Tutto molto in divenire e relativo mi pare di capire. Assolutamente d'accordo sul mindset...
  5. George Touryliov
    Starting Wednesday, US businesses on Facebook will be able to post open job listings natively to their pages and in the News Feed. A new "Jobs' tab is being added under the "More section" of the Facebook mobile app, and listings will be accessible via Facebook.com/jobs on desktop computers.
    George Touryliov
    Facebook is taking on LinkedIn by letting businesses post job listings
    www.businessinsider.de Starting Friday, US businesses on Facebook will be able to post open job listings natively to their pages and in the News...
  6. George Touryliov
    LinkedIn is making it easier for recruiters to find candidates that they want, no matter the position or type of employment. LinkedIn announced on Tuesday a contractor search filter to make it easier to identify candidates specifically interested in those roles. Now recruiters can query based on those seeking full-time, part-time, internship, and contract jobs.
    George Touryliov
    LinkedIn’s newest feature lets recruiters find contractors
    venturebeat.com LinkedIn is making it easier for recruiters to find candidates that they want, no matter the position or type of employment. The Microsoft-owned company announced on Tuesday a contractor search filter to make it easier to identify candidates...
  7. Producer4CVe CV Writers

    4CVe CV Writers

    Styling your Professional Look: Home or ‘Salon’?
    Styling your Professional Look: Home or ‘Salon’?Obviously in the working world of most professionals at least, looks are irrelevant to ability (we’re not saying that models, actors etc. aren’t workers of course!), but when it comes to your CV, everyone needs to look their best.CV writers are like...
  8. Producer4CVe CV Writers

    4CVe CV Writers

    4CVe's February Sale!
    4CVe's February Sale!For those of you whose New Year's Resolution to get job hunting have only just got going, 4CVe are having a February Sale!Email us at procv@4vve.com for prices....
  9. Producer4CVe CV Writers

    4CVe CV Writers

    And I quote... (AKA Why and how to include referee quotes in your CV)
    And I quote... (AKA Why and how to include referee quotes in your CV)So I was scrolling through our Twitter feed the other day when I spotted an interesting question posed about the value of including quotes from references or testimonials etc. in your CV. The poster’s position was that it was of little value but...
  10. George Touryliov
    In order to land your dream job in the shortest amount of time possible, you must learn to use your job search time wisely. Knowing where to allocate your time and energy will help make every minute you dedicate to your job search a productive one. Learn more -
    George Touryliov
    7 Tips for Using Your Job Search Time Wisely | Career Sherpa
    careersherpa.net These seven tips will help you re-prioritize how you invest your job search...
  11. George Touryliov
    Thinking of a job change this year? Check these sites out!
    George Touryliov
    50+ Best Websites For Job Search 2017 | Career Sherpa
    careersherpa.net Here are the 50+ best websites for job search in 2017. You'll find website that provide sample resumes and cover letters, job search advice and...
  12. beBee in English
    Times have changed! Here are some tips on how to dress for job interviews nowadays 👔👠 beBee in English
  13. George Touryliov
    Boundless buzzwords can be the undoing of any comms professional’s attempt to get a point across, as a result, LinkedIn has revealed the ten most used buzzwords on the site to help users during what it says is historically the busiest week in January for profile updates.
    George Touryliov
    LinkedIn reveals the 10 most overused marketing buzzwords on CVs and profiles
    www.thedrum.com It is common knowledge that prospective candidates for marketing roles have to be specialised and creative, experienced with a good track record; it helps to be both passionate and enthusiastic tempered with a dash of focus… however, these terms are...
  14. Producer4CVe CV Writers

    4CVe CV Writers

    20 Tips to CV enlightement, Part 2: Content (Tips 9-20)
    20 Tips to CV enlightement, Part 2: Content (Tips 9-20)Following on from Part 1 where we provided 8 of our Top Tips to CV style, here are the remaining 12 to help guide what is definitely the hardest element for most people: Content i.e. what are you actually going to write!1.      Personal details (+...
  15. ProducerLynda Spiegel

    Lynda Spiegel

    Resumes are Useless (Almost)
    Resumes are Useless (Almost)Strange words coming from a professional resume writer, but that's a slightly less profane rephrasing of a 2012 article in TechCrunch that promotes HireArt's method of recruiting. Recruiters are all familiar with HireArt, and I, for one, wonder why...


    Mohammed Sultan
    30/01/2017 #20 Mohammed Sultan
    @Lynda Spiegel. Resumes are almost documents of the past.They present the candidate's past core skills ,past education and past experiences.Normally,resumes can't demonstrate the level of intelligence,enthusiasm and the passion of the candidates ,between brackets the candidates future core interests.Today,its
    a realistic idea that you can energize your career strategy by considering the concept of personal branding.The concept is founded on the idea of positioning your core interests and the output of your past core skills.Unlike presenting your past ,positioning means telling your story from the employer's point of view.Giving that every employer has different need your resume should also differ to reflect their need.Here,the candidate should think of two things;first,how the new role can be conceived for the future and in different boundaries;Second, think of how to enhance your worthiness as a creator of opportunities rather than solving problems.
    CityVP 🐝 Manjit
    30/01/2017 #19 CityVP 🐝 Manjit
    Since I lean predominantly on referrals, resumes can become merely a legal obligation. A good example of that was when many decades ago I was be lined up for a marketing role - and I was told that I had to wait for the job ad to come out and I simply had to go through the motions of an interview. (Yes I know, terrible isn't it).

    The way HR is presented is often not a reflection of how things sometimes actually play out in the world of HR, (and to the married VP who had an affair with his HR partner I am not talking about you - I will keep that always hush, hush, trust me I have your back) and having experienced other equally incredulous things (often to my advantage - so I am not complaining), that is why now (when it comes to chatter like "personal brand")I have these major eye-rolling moments. A good resume writer is one of the shortcuts to the road less traveled which is ironic as the term "the hidden job market". My favourite eye-rolling HR thing at the moment is the ATS.

    Whether it is resumes or RFP's even beyond the automated human remains (sorry ...HR) systems, the number of times that resumes and RFP's got filed in the round filing system is something I choose not to declare because in resume and RFP terms I invoke the 5th (even though I am not an American). If I were to need a resume I certainly will outsource that - money in the bank as I say, money in the bank :-)
    Devesh 🐝 Bhatt
    30/01/2017 #18 Devesh 🐝 Bhatt
    Credentials should not be a reason for rejection.

    They should just be a criteria to check consistency.

    Value proposition should be the priority for assessments.

    Thanks for this wonderful article.
    Javier 🐝 beBee
    30/01/2017 #17 Javier 🐝 beBee
    @Lynda Spiegel a great buzz ! "The most successful job candidates, are “inventors and solution-finders,” ... who understand that many employers today don’t care about your résumé, degree or how you got your knowledge, but only what you can do and what you can continuously reinvent yourself to do."
    Gerald Hecht
    15/01/2017 #16 Gerald Hecht
    #15 @Lynda Spiegel I'd love to ...but, it's no longer Open Source...non-disclosure forms, etc.
    Lynda Spiegel
    15/01/2017 #15 Lynda Spiegel
    #13 can you explain in more detail what you mean, Gerald?
    Jared Wiese, 🐝 adding VALUE & RESULTS
    14/01/2017 #14 Jared Wiese, 🐝 adding VALUE & RESULTS
    #11 agreed, and so glad you did that. More hiring mgrs should. "interested and capable of learning" soft skills are huge!
    Gerald Hecht
    14/01/2017 #13 Gerald Hecht
    I've found that ever since I started coding and independently vending (at cost) various ATS implementations ... my resume gets a thorough review much more frequently 💡
    Mike Rana
    14/01/2017 #12 Mike Rana
    When there's a will, there's a way.#11
    Lynda Spiegel
    14/01/2017 #11 Lynda Spiegel
    #5 if that's possible, Mike, sure. But I'm not convinced that AI will ever overtake human intuition. Some of the best hires I've ever made have been outliers who would have never made it through ATS because they didn't match the job requirements at all - they just struck me as being interested and capable of learning.
    Lynda Spiegel
    14/01/2017 #10 Lynda Spiegel
    #6 yes, Jared. That's the whole point
    Lynda Spiegel
    14/01/2017 #9 Lynda Spiegel
    #8 absolutely true. Simply uploading a resume gives the candidate only a 30% chance of the resume being read by human eyes. Network to get the resume read by the right people!
    Brian McKenzie
    14/01/2017 #8 Brian McKenzie
    As long as the resume is submitted via on line web / app portal and funneled into an ATS blackhole, they are indeed worthless.
    Gerald Hecht
    14/01/2017 #7 Gerald Hecht
    @Lynda Spiegel I think everything is and everyone is now at maximum potential by taking as a given that its all a "sharing economy" now --also; we should make sure not to use anachronisms (such as "pre-agricultural barter system" rather than "Internet of Things Based Sharing Economy Human Interface Protocol" (ITBSEHIP)
    Jared Wiese, 🐝 adding VALUE & RESULTS
    14/01/2017 #6 Jared Wiese, 🐝 adding VALUE & RESULTS
    #5 I'd like to do away with the inhuman ATS too. Perhaps that MS-LI system you thought up will do it?! Seriously, getting your "value statement" in front of the hiring manager is the end game, right?
    Mike Rana
    14/01/2017 #5 Mike Rana
    Until we reform ATS so that quality candidates aren't overlooked, resumes are essentially useless.
    Lynda Spiegel
    13/01/2017 #4 Lynda Spiegel
    #1 I think what you've always been told is bad advice! Every person has a value proposition; the question is for which employer? When a candidate is authentic, he or she may not have as many opportunities, but the ones that match the value proposition are the right ones to target.
    Pamela 🐝 Williams
    13/01/2017 #3 Pamela 🐝 Williams
    Two statements jump out at me Lynda:

    1. "This means that you cannot and should not tailor your resume to fit a specific job opening, but instead that you be very clear about what your value proposition is" I've been told this so much it's frustrating. Plus there is this little caveat: The Internet. If you have your resume out there anywhere; BAM, you're busted! My diversity is usually my selling point. Some employers want someone who will think outside the industry box.

    "we exhorted employers to look beyond credentials and instead focus on what a candidate had actually accomplished."
    Not only credentials but THINK about how one skill would be so easily transferable and add real value to the job, but also what isn't what they want. This is one reason I think Key Words are the worse thing to ever to hit the search process. Not only when they are missing but when they are misinterpreted. Example: I'm not a Qlikview developer, no where on my resume does it say I developed software or an application; just that I took a developer course so I could Project Manage an application development. I get dozens of "job opportunities" a week for recruiters looking for a Qlikview developer. They are few and far between and I ain't one of them :o)
    Jared Wiese, 🐝 adding VALUE & RESULTS
    13/01/2017 #2 Jared Wiese, 🐝 adding VALUE & RESULTS
    Thanks for sharing, @David B. Grinberg and @John White, MBA. If you hadn't, I would've. This is spot-on advice from real-world experience.

    I love HireArt's method! I tell candidates to go into an interview and DO THE JOB.
    (It may be a bit easier when your title is Business Analyst so I'm inclined to start asking about requirements and giving solutions for, ahem, the job! ;)

    Do it as soon as you can - in a letter, résumé or interview. That's where networking, word of mouth and personal brand come in too.

    This can show your value, skill and interest/enthusiasm. If it's not a job you'd want you won't have much passion for it. Believe me, that comes across. I trained young guys out of college and you can tell they'd rather be anywhere else. Do that in an interview, and you're out!

    Randomly tailoring your résumé for each job waters down your value and will not pass the ATS, as it is looking for consistent keywords.
    Thanks for sharing that hard lesson, @Lynda Spiegel! Again, GREAT post.
    Josh Gater
    13/01/2017 #1 Josh Gater
    We've always been told to change resume ( or CV) to match the job. I never thought of it the way you have described above.
  16. George Touryliov
    Rather than simply listing your responsibilities throughout your CV, you should always endeavour to link them to the goals of your employer and highlight the benefits of hiring you. CV writing service StandOut CV have provided this useful infographic explaining 7 effective ways to prove your impact in your CV.
    George Touryliov
    7 Ways to Prove Impact in Your CV
    theundercoverrecruiter.com If an employer is going to invest in you as a candidate, they will expect you to make an impact in your role. So, when writing your CV, it’s important to...
  17. George Touryliov
    Free Live Online Event! Optimize Your LinkedIn Profile to Dramatically Increase Your Job Leads!
    George Touryliov
    How to Create Your LinkedIn Profile to Generate 6-Figure Job Interviews Faster
    lisarangel.leadpages.co How to Create Your LinkedIn Profile to Generate 6-Figure Job Interviews Faster - Live, No-Cost Training Session: Wed. Jan. 25th at 1:30PM ET OR Fri. Jan. 27th at 1:30PM...
  18. George Touryliov
    As you look through job listings, you’ll start to see the same format popping up again and again. These phrases may seem standard, but they may not mean what you think. To help you out, here are some tips for reading and responding to job descriptions.
    George Touryliov
    How to Read & Respond to Job Descriptions
    theundercoverrecruiter.com As you look through job listings, you’ll start to see the same format popping up again and again. If you’re just starting your search for your first job,...
  19. Mike Macioci

    Mike Macioci

    Mike Macioci
    Making Retirement Great Again
  20. John White, MBA

    John White, MBA

    Great shout out to beBee from @Matt Sweetwood in his latest article on Entrepreneur.
    John White, MBA
    13 Social Media Power Tips for Getting the Job You Want
    www.entrepreneur.com With 65 percent of employers hiring from social media, it pays to "get social and get...


    Mohammed Sultan
    14/01/2017 #10 Mohammed Sultan
    Matt seems to have many years of experience of the psychology of job search in the US and so provides his tips on how the job seeker can find a suitable job opportunity through different social media.Today's criteria of selection depends more on the synergy and core interests rather than the experience and core skills.The latest can be easily shown online but to show the synergy and common interests with employers the job seeker may also need to go for both -virtual and physical. If the job seeker wants a genuine job search he or she can't use traditional formats,To maximize interaction with the hiring managers the job seeker should first create proper shared context with them.When this shared context is created the job seeker can easily engage in dialogue to show the synergy and common interests that may exist between him/her and the employers.What makes the job search difficult is that the job seeker is both the product and the salesperson,and the wise salesperson will pick the proper virtual site with the physical site in mind, and vice versa.
    Andreas Laspadakis
    14/01/2017 #9 Andreas Laspadakis
    13 Social Media Power Tips for Getting the Job You Want
    Javier 🐝 beBee
    30/04/2016 #8 Javier 🐝 beBee
    #2 @Diane Schultz thanks for your comments. :)
    Juan Imaz
    30/04/2016 #7 Juan Imaz
    #2 it is great seeing you in beBee @Diane Schultz!
    David B. Grinberg
    30/04/2016 #4 David B. Grinberg
    Another excellent read by @Matt 🐝 Sweetwood, full of good advice and important insights. Nice, Matt!
    John White, MBA
    30/04/2016 #3 John White, MBA
    @Diane Schultz: Yes, @Jim 🐝 Cody is one of my favorite bees, and a top advocate for this platform. With beBee we are truly in it together!
    Diane Schultz
    29/04/2016 #2 Diane Schultz
    John White, thanks for sharing an informative article my Matt Sweetwood. I am so grateful to Jim Cody for telling me about beBee. It truly is a wonderful social media experience.
    Javier 🐝 beBee
    29/04/2016 #1 Javier 🐝 beBee
    beBee on Entrepreneur.com by @Matt 🐝 Sweetwood
  21. Producer4CVe CV Writers

    4CVe CV Writers

    20 Tips to your CV enlightenment, Part 1: Style  - Tips 1-8 (with illustrations!)
    20 Tips to your CV enlightenment, Part 1: Style - Tips 1-8 (with illustrations!)Having written over 5000 individualised and, we’re happy to say, interview-winning CVs for clients of all levels and sectors all over the world since 2005, we’ve seen a LOT of different CV styles and approaches, and have ourselves gone through many...
  22. ProducerJanna Kefalas

    Janna Kefalas

    3 Tips for Defining Your Personal Brand
    3 Tips for Defining Your Personal BrandWhen you’re on a job hunt, it seems like everyone is telling you how important your personal brand is. The fact of the matter is, you already have a personal brand — you just might not be aware of it. Your brand is essentially your image and the way...


    Henri Galvão
    11/01/2017 #7 Henri Galvão
    #2 great comment, Mohammed, specially the part about core skills. In a way, this is totally connected with the principle of starting with "Why", as Simon Sinek emphasizes.
    Mohammed A. Jawad
    19/12/2016 #6 Mohammed A. Jawad
    Great tips to chisel your resume to recognition!
    Jerry Fletcher
    19/12/2016 #5 Jerry Fletcher
    Janna, Your advice is spot on. I've been researching the area of Personal Brand Development for www.BrandBrainTrust.com. I've been looking for an expert who works with people to build their own brand to feature on the web site. This blog makes it obvious that you know how to build a personal brand. Do you have an example we could use on the site? You can e-mail me: Jerr@Z-axisMarketing.com
    Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    17/12/2016 #4 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    Great tips and I thank @Jan 🐝 Barbosa for tagging you in his buzz @Janna Kefalas! Sharing.
    Deb 🐝 Helfrich
    17/12/2016 #3 Deb 🐝 Helfrich
    @Janna Kefalas - this is a thoroughly invaluable buzz. I suggest you put a tickler in your calendar and reshare early in the New Year when folks are through the holiday season. I am bookmarking this as I prepare my own marketing materials for my little enterprise.

    I do want to highlight that I wholeheartedly believe in what @Mohammed Sultan has said below in comment #2

    "Don't consider the job search as an opportunity to show the merits of your past "core skills" but as an opportunity to to show them why you consider this job opportunity the next logical step of your career advancement"

    Part of why the current job search process is broken is too much focus on the past - it is important, but we currently do not focus enough in interviews on taking about the future - how we would go about aspects and tasks in this potential future job. It would be so much easier to evaluate the best candidate if the hiring manager asked them all a small set of pertinent questions pertaining to what they would do to accomplish 4 upcoming deliverables that they would be required to work on in the first year on the job. Same questions, evaluate the candidate based on how they think about the upcoming work.
    Mohammed Sultan
    17/12/2016 #2 Mohammed Sultan
    What makes the job search difficult is that you are the product and the sales person.You not only need to hit the boundaries of the current HR selection criteria ,but also hit their imagination.In order to be able to stick in the hiring managers mind you should think of positioning your personal brand as a brand with feeling and passion.Don't consider the job search as an opportunity to show the merits of your past "core skills" but as an opportunity to to show them why you consider this job opportunity the next logical step of your career advancement,and also away to conceive the new role for the future and in different boundaries.To differentiate your personal brand ,get away of showing your past "core skills" and experience by showing your "core interests",the synergy of objectives that might exist,and above all your passion .Instilling the value of market research in the search process will enrich the value of your personal brand and keep it out of the reach of other job candidates.Thanks @Janna for your advice which will make the search process a paradise,as titled by the meaning of your name Janna in Arabic.
    David B. Grinberg
    17/12/2016 #1 David B. Grinberg
    Thanks for these awesome tips, Janna, with which I agree. Keep buzzing!
  23. ProducerbeBee in English
    10 Promising Professions (That Your Parents Won't Understand) + Infographic
    10 Promising Professions (That Your Parents Won't Understand) + InfographicIf we think about how we use to communicate ten years ago and what kind of gadgets we used and we compare that to the world as we know it today we will come to realize how fast and how much things have changed! With all these tech improvements and...


    George Touryliov
    15/12/2016 #5 George Touryliov
    Brilliant! Thanks! Going to share...
    Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman
    15/12/2016 #4 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman
    A zillion thumbs up on this post. Excellent infographic. Sharing. 🐝
    David B. Grinberg
    15/12/2016 #3 David B. Grinberg
    Nice infographic with timely info and important career advice. I've shared in three hives.
    Teresa Gezze
    14/12/2016 #2 Anonymous
    #1 Thank YOU for your comment, @Asesh Datta!
    Asesh Datta
    14/12/2016 #1 Asesh Datta
    Great list of future skilled requirements. The poster is also innovative. Parents need understanding of these professions. How the school and college education reorient their syllabus? Does this mean the traditional skills like doctors, engineers, lawyers, accountants also need these understanding of the skills for the future? Cloud computing is the future of all data. Data security is another field which may be included. Extremely useful and thanks.
  24. Producer4CVe CV Writers

    4CVe CV Writers

    The (CV) Balancing Act
    The (CV) Balancing ActYou’ve got a couple of pages to sell yourself in, it was always going to be a tough balancing act.  And despite the ever-evolving changes in CV style and the advancements in formatting and soft skills of at least those professionals used to working...
  25. Producer4CVe CV Writers

    4CVe CV Writers

    The pain of (re)invention [AKA Refreshing your CV]
    The pain of (re)invention [AKA Refreshing your CV]Approaching the task of writing/updating/refreshing – i.e. inventing or reinventing - your CV can send us all straight back to adolescence: you want to be different but you don’t want to be too different; you want to stand out but you don’t want to...
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