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High Heels Are Overrated and Three Working Women Myths

Stop conforming to outdated stereotypes. This is a guest post by Dana Manciagli. If you’d also like to guest post here on JobMob, follow these guest post guidelines. Even though working women have been a growing force in our global economy...Show More Summary

Remember The Four P?s When Communicating

Peter Post explains the Four P's, four pieces of advice at the heart of verbal and written communications.

3 LinkedIn Job Search Basics For Targeting Companies

If you want to get in through the door, peek through the window first. This is a guest post by Yolanda Stafurik. If you’d also like to guest post here on JobMob, follow these guest post guidelines. So you've set up your LinkedIn account,...Show More Summary

Can my Employer Force me to Stop Working if I'm Pregnant?

Elaine Varelas consults with Employment Lawyer, Bill Hoch, on whether an employer can force an employee to stop working if she's pregnant.

Rethinking Your Thinking About Job Search

“Look not at the days gone by with a forlorn heart. They were simply the dots we can now connect with our present, to help us draw the outline of a beautiful tomorrow." ~ Dodinsky As a job seeker, have...

How To Make Job Search More Fun Than a Root Canal

A 5-step job search strategy that keeps things light. This is a guest post by Tara Goodfellow. If you’d also like to guest post here on JobMob, follow these guest post guidelines. I get it, I really do! Rare is the human that leaps out of bed exclaiming “Holy crap am I so excited. Show More Summary

Groundskeeper serves up grass courts for tennis players

The tennis courts require a firm grass cover and need to be completely dry for safe footing ? but healthy plants also must have water to survive

7 Must Read Job Interview Answers for College Grads

How to make the best first impression in your first interviews. The job market can be especially difficult for recent college grads. What do you have to say when you don’t have much work experience? How can you make your college experience seem relevant? Read on for the 7 answers you need in order to get a job: 1. Show More Summary

This Blog Has Moved! Please Note The New URL

After nine years with Typepad, I've moved the life@work blog to the Dream Big Coaching website. It is now simply the Dream Big Coaching blog. You can find it at http://www.dreambigcoaching.com/blog. Head on over there now, bookmark it and subscribe...

What is business casual dress for an office?

Pattie Hunt Sinacole addresses business casual attire for the office

Top 10 Most Overlooked LinkedIn Profile Tips

LinkedIn profile any good? Here's how to make it great. While the fundamentals for creating a LinkedIn profile are not difficult, I am going to explain what I know as the top ten most overlooked LinkedIn tips for businesses and individuals. Right...Show More Summary

8 Qualities Employers Want Most in Employees

How do you stack up? This is a guest post by Bud Bilanich. If you’d also like to guest post here on JobMob, follow these guest post guidelines. A while back, I saw a survey that fit the bill. It listed the eight qualities employers most...Show More Summary

The Dark Side of Twitter

The Twitter universe is full of examples of people who tweet and then regret it. Peter Post relates how Jason Biggs got himself into hot water for his tweeting after Malaysian Airlines Flight 17 was shot down over Ukraine and how tweeting insensitive, foolish messages can get a person into trouble.

The Secret to Boosting Your Reputation Online

How to spin your online presence for best results. This is a guest post by Tony Deblauwe. If you’d also like to guest post here on JobMob, follow these guest post guidelines. The continuous expansion of technology has provided a wealth...Show More Summary

Check Out This Checklist Before You Head Off to College

How did it get so late so soon? It’s night before it’s afternoon. December is here before it’s June My goodness how the time has flewn. How did it get so late so soon? ~ Dr. Seuss Sending your son...

How to Tackle the Dual-Career Job Search

Elaine Varelas consults with Harvard University's Elizabeth Ancarana and Ruth Molina on how to tackle the dual-career job search with the help of HERC.

'The Hahvahd Tour' Showcases Iconic University

Daniel Andrew's theatrical, offbeat walks include entertaining tales about naked winter runs, famous Harvardians, and centuries-old architecture.

The Jobseeker Mindset: It’s All About Hustle

Just do it. This is a guest post by Steve P. Brady. If you’d also like to guest post here on JobMob, follow these guest post guidelines. Looking for work is, well, hard work. This is especially true if you are currently unemployed or fresh out of school. Show More Summary

Who Lands a Whopping 42% of New Jobs?!

Image attribution: tlnt.com We've been following CareerCrossroads' Source of Hire Survey findings over the past few years. The most recent report in 2013 yields some surprising results and interesting trends. The authors, Gerry Crispin and Mark Mehler, begin their report...

What's Up With the 20 Questions: Job Search

If you were building a new home, would you put the roof on before you dug the foundation? Would you put the windows in before you had the walls up? Would you install new carpet before the floor was finished?...

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