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5 Job Seeking Tips I learned the ...

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5 Job Seeking Tips I learned the Hard Way
posted on: Jan 16, 2012 | author: PCLS

Welcome Home Veterans!

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Welcome Home Veterans!
posted on: Dec 23, 2011 | author: Donna Smith

All I Want for Christmas is a Job

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All I Want for Christmas is a Job
posted on: Nov 7, 2011 | author: Adam Jackman

When Unorthodox Might Be Best

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When Unorthodox Might Be Best
posted on: Aug 19, 2011 | author: Glenn Storbeck

Puyallup Fair Jobs

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Puyallup Fair Jobs
posted on: Aug 4, 2011 | author: PCLS

Mirroring for the Interview

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Mirroring for the Interview
posted on: Jul 5, 2011 | author: Barbara Menne

The Skills for the Job

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The Skills for the Job
posted on: Jul 1, 2011 | author: Jason Anderson

What Was I Born To Do?

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What Was I Born To Do?
posted on: Jun 27, 2011 | author: Pam Hanson

Glassdoor Offers the Inside Scoop...

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Glassdoor Offers the Inside Scoop on Interview Questions
posted on: May 16, 2011 | author: Bonnie Cline

Impress Prospective Employers wit...

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Impress Prospective Employers with Foreign Language Skills
posted on: May 9, 2011 | author: Heather Jeffries

What’s a Job Club?

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What’s a Job Club?
posted on: Apr 26, 2011 | author: Barbara Menne

Courtesy Call

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Courtesy Call
posted on: Apr 8, 2011 | author: Beverly Wilson

Need a Job? Snag a Job!

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Need a Job? Snag a Job!
posted on: Apr 2, 2011 | author: Vicki White

Recareering @ 50+ Expo

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Recareering @ 50+ Expo
posted on: Mar 12, 2011 | author: Lydia Dawe

Transitioning to Civilian Life

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Transitioning to Civilian Life
posted on: Feb 25, 2011 | author: Jason Anderson

Washington State NewsStand

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Washington State NewsStand
posted on: Feb 23, 2011 | author: Glenn Storbeck

JobNow: the Just-In-Time Resume C...

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JobNow: the Just-In-Time Resume Coach
posted on: Jan 29, 2011 | author: Lydia Dawe

Do You Have a Bad Reputation?

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Do You Have a Bad Reputation?
posted on: Nov 12, 2010 | author: Lydia Dawe

One-stop Shopping at Career One S...

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One-stop Shopping at Career One Stop
posted on: Oct 19, 2010 | author: Heather Jeffries

Keeping It Fresh: Learning to Lea...

As a long time Librarian and Job Search instructor, getting ready to retire, I have been reflecting on the message I want to leave with my library patrons. Overwhelmingly, that message is to keep fresh! Learning to learn, becoming “self taught,” is one of the most desirable skills in this current market place. You will see it in job descriptions under terms like “Flexibility”, “Welcomes and adjusts to change” ...

Keeping It Fresh: Learning to Learn Has Life-Long Value
posted on: Oct 15, 2010 | author: Mary Jane Fuller

Job Clubs – One Hot Idea!

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Job Clubs – One Hot Idea!
posted on: Sep 21, 2010 | author: Vicki White

Transitioning Back

Bounce back like a champion, by William Barnson, is a spanking-new book is among Pierce County Library System’s growing collection of resources that can help in the transition from military life to the civilian job market:

Transitioning Back
posted on: Sep 17, 2010 | author: Steve Lukasiak

Yes Indeed –Job Search Made Easy...

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Yes Indeed –Job Search Made Easy
posted on: Sep 14, 2010 | author: Lydia Dawe

Green Jobs…Where Are They?

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Green Jobs…Where Are They?
posted on: Sep 11, 2010 | author: Pam Hanson

Who’s Hiring?

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Who’s Hiring?
posted on: Sep 7, 2010 | author: Bonnie Cline

Tip: Create a Separate Email Acco...

Job Seekers should consider creating a separate email account with a professional sounding name. Use this email account only for job searching, it will reduce spam and help keep you on task and free of the distractions of your personal email inbox. When choosing a username make sure to keep it professional. A job applicant’s email address will frequently be used by employers for indentifying applicants.

Tip: Create a Separate Email Account for Your Job Search
posted on: Aug 17, 2010 | author: Heather Jeffries

A Visit to WorkSource

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A Visit to WorkSource
posted on: Aug 6, 2010 | author: Lydia Dawe

Job Scams, Bureau of Consumer Pro...

A great strength of the Internet is the ability for consumers to locate critical legal and financial information for themselves. The US Government provides superb resources, particularly the Federal Trade Commission’s Bureau of Consumer Protection (BCP).

Job Scams, Bureau of Consumer Protection
posted on: Aug 3, 2010 | author: Glenn Storbeck

Book Review: The Ex-Offender’s Jo...

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Book Review: The Ex-Offender’s Job Hunting Guide
posted on: Jul 30, 2010 | author: Vicki White

Work the Puyallup!

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Work the Puyallup!
posted on: Jul 26, 2010 | author: Adam Jackman

The 30 Second Resume Review

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The 30 Second Resume Review
posted on: Jul 22, 2010 | author: Kristine Countryman

Do You Have Hidden Skills?

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Do You Have Hidden Skills?
posted on: Jul 7, 2010 | author: Mary Jane Fuller

Book Review: Job Search Bloopers

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Book Review: Job Search Bloopers
posted on: Jul 6, 2010 | author: Terri May