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Annette Richmond, MA, CARW, CCELW, is a Certified Resume Writer, Certified LinkedIn Profile Writer, and former recruiter. Her career advice has been featured by Huffington Post, The Chicago Tribune, Forbes, Business Insider, Monster, Vault, and WSJ. She helps motivated, senior level professionals tell their unique career story. She also serves as executive editor of career-intelligence.com.

Interview Bloopers

Interview Bloopers

Nine interview blunders that could have been avoided There is no shortage of articles “how to succeed” in job interviews. You can find advice on how to answer tough questions,…

Will Your Online Presence Scare Employers Away?

Will Your Online Presence Scare Employers Away?

3 Ways to Protect Yourself Online Increasing numbers of recruiters and employers are conducting online searches on job candidates. In response, many job seekers are completing their LinkedIn profiles and…

Stay True To Yourself, One Technology Exec’s Advice To Her Younger Self

Stay True To Yourself, One Technology Exec’s Advice To Her Younger Self

Interview with Hilary Laney, President of Tri-Digital Women in the executive suite are unusual. Women leaders in technology are rarer still. So, it’s always inspiring to see a young woman…

Is There Age Discrimination? Sometimes, Yes.

Is There Age Discrimination? Sometimes, Yes.

Six ways to combat age discrimination One of the issues often raised when a group of jobseekers gets together is the question of age discrimination. Recently I was invited to…

How To Modernize Your Job Search

How To Modernize Your Job Search

If you haven’t looked for a job in the last decade, or even in the last five years, you will find that things have changed. A lot. While searching employment…

10 Simple Job Search Strategies That Work

10 Simple Job Search Strategies That Work

While some topics warrant in-depth, sometimes an easy-to-follow quick list does the trick. Here are 10 job search basics that actually work. 1 Make a list of your target employers…

Dog Days At The Office

Dog Days At The Office

Would having a dog-friendly policy work for your company? Several years ago when I was cube-dweller I dreamed of being able to take my dog to work. There was a…

Staying Cool When The Heat Is On

Staying Cool When The Heat Is On

How to stay cool and professional this summer When temperatures rise maintaining a professional image gets a bit more complicated. It’s not unusual to go from a hot city street…

The Why You Do the Things You Do

The Why You Do the Things You Do

Deciding what you really want is the first step to a satisfying career A lot of people are unhappy at work. While books and coaches promise to help you find…

Ready, Set, Go On Vacation

Ready, Set, Go On Vacation

What to do before you go on vacation Recently, I’ve read several articles about how important vacations are for our well being. No matter where we fall on the totem…

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