Depression and the job hunt
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By Richard Bolles
Depression, of course, is not restricted just to the job-hunt. Depression can come at any time in life, and for a multitude of causes. It comes not just to our clients, but to our loved ones, our friends, and even ourselves. Moreover, it can recur, again and again, throughout a person's life. One out of every 20 Americans become depressed every year.
Work With Difficult People
By Nicole Williams
The most challenging project pushes your limits and tests your skills. Seeking and committing to a "stretch assignment" is a risk - one that is not only well worth taking in terms of the personal opportunity to grow, but absolutely necessary if you are committed to breaking away from the pack. Here are several guidelines to support you in identifying and succeeding at the stretch assignment.
MySpace and Facebook offer risks for jobseeking users but nothing like the risks for employers
From WWDS - What Would Dad Say
Steven Rothberg of CollegeRecruiter.com has his finger on the pulse of anything college kids are doing.
We have heard about the success of myspace.com and facebook.com. MySpace is a community oriented site that most people under 30 know about and facebook.com is a college website that everyone with a college email address can gain access to, or submit comments, photos etc on all the postings.
Other Blog Entries
By Susan Morem
Sue Morem talks with a disillusioned employee who is unchallenged by her job. Her advice talks about discovering mistakes, learning from them, and knowing how to avoid them in future interviews and jobs.home.(listen to this...)
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