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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.

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…

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…

Master Virtual Interviews

Master Virtual Interviews

How to ace your phone and Skype interviews The goal of every jobseeker is to get in front of a potential employer. To have the opportunity to sit down and…

2016 Job Search Kickoff

2016 Job Search Kickoff

There are a lot of things you should do before you begin a job search. Redo your resume. Work on your LinkedIn profile. Create a list of target employers. Research…

Job Search Confidential

Job Search Confidential

Three ways to keep your job search a secret One of the good things about being unemployed is that you have plenty of time to look for a job. One…

Recruiters Don’t Work For You

Recruiters Don’t Work For You

Like everyone else, recruiters work for the one who pays them I get a lot of questions about recruiters. The most often asked question is who the recruiter works for.…

Summer Job Search Tips

Summer Job Search Tips

Four ways to kick up your job search this summer After a tough winter, summer is finally here. Vacationers back up traffic for miles and sometimes there’s even a line…

Creating A Resume For An Internal Promotion

Creating A Resume For An Internal Promotion

Six ways to increase your chances of getting the job The only time most people think about their resume is when they’re looking for a new opportunity with a different…