Be grateful for what is going well. Be grateful for breathing. Be grateful for your friends and family. Be grateful for your worldly possessions even if you’d like more of them. Be grateful for your health – don’t take anything for granted.

The next time you receive a job lead that you are not interested in or qualified for, don’t just hit delete. Think of all the possible places you can post it- Your Facebook groups, LinkedIn groups, and your in-transition groups.

When you are interviewing with a company that you know is the right fit for you, don’t be shy about it. Let your interviewer know. People with passion are way more likely to get hired than people who simply match the job description.

When you are searching for a job, the most important thing you can do is to let everyone know.

Take charge of your job search and do what is best for you personally and professionally. Have a presence on the most effective job boards for your profession and also on online networking sites such as LinkedIn. What are you waiting for? Get posting! Then make a...

Gaps in your resume are typically not the reason why people don’t get hired. It’s the inability to explain them sufficiently and or a lack of confidence about them that is likely to hurt you.

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