And here we have The Weekly Register for the week of May 21. Once again, these aren’t all freshly minted and they are certainly not all related to the same niche. However, they are all useful in some capacity may even leave you a tad emotional.
Inflexion Advisors is a consulting firm based in San Francisco, California. I did a little reading up and it appears they have taken some incentive to actually help out jobseekers. In 2009, the founder of the company started JobAngels, which later merged with HiringforHope, a grassroots organization with the following mission statement: “We seek to ease the shared emotional, psychological, and financial duress common during times of loss and crisis for job seekers, couples experiencing loss and or obstacles to building their families, and their friends and family members.”
The article referenced below is about taking five concrete steps to mapping out one’s career and ensuring at least some stability in the seemingly unending turmoil of today’s job market and society. The article is actually quite touching and I definitely recommend the read.
This next article is from BigInterview.com, who claim: “Big Interview is the most comprehensive job interview training system on the market.” Interview coach Pamela Skilings developed the system with her team “based on the proven training techniques that have worked for Pamela’s hundreds of one-on-one clients.” The article is about the ten commandments of job interviews and what a job applicant should and shouldn’t do in relation to the job interview. The tips are quite good and anyone currently looking for a job should go and read them:
This last link is a resource for family history and genealogy public records called Midwest Roots. The site is run by Harold Henderson, a records researcher and writer whose main area of interest are the Midwestern states. He specializes in family history research and ventures where others fear to tread, and will take your seemingly humdrum project, and turn it into an exciting adventure. In his words: “I can help turn the worst into the best. I love research and writing. If you don’t (or have run out of time), hire me to do them for you, professional grade.”
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