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20+ Years working in corporate Human Resources
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Just because it’s free doesn’t mean it isn’t good – Part 4
You can Google key words like “resume help”, “jobs in demand” or you can head straight to one of these sites designed just for that purpose, just for you, thanks to your tax dollars. In the past several years governments have been revamping to improve online resources for job seekers, filling the void for free[…]
Just because it’s free doesn’t mean it isn’t good – Part 3
It’s not uncommon that my clients find they lack one or two (or three) skills listed as either a requirement or “asset” in a job posting. I think that if you have at least 70% of the job requirements that that should still apply for the job, stressing your transferrable skills and focussing on your[…]
Just because it’s free doesn’t mean it isn’t good – Part 2
I previously wrote about the amazingness of our local public library, a resource often overlooked because many of us haven’t bothered to visit recently and don’t know what it has to offer. Besides going into a branch to obtain a library card (yes, another card for your wallet – but worth more than any of your[…]
Just because it’s free doesn’t mean it isn’t good
When I visit a bookstore, it’s sometimes to buy a (rare) new hardcover but it’s more likely to buy a trinket or a pretty journal that looks good but I forget to use. I’m a friend of the old school public library and in Metro Vancouver we lucky locals are spoiled for what this free resource[…]