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How to Explain That Lost Job - The New York Times

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Nov 17, 2013 ... Job Market. How to Explain That Lost Job. The Workologist. By ROB WALKER NOV. 15, 2013. Continue reading the main story Share This ...

The Workologist Closing the Deal After a Lost Job - The New York ...

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Oct 18, 2015 ... Send your workplace conundrums to workologist@nytimes.com, including your name and ... In the midst of an interview process, I lost my job.

The Workologist

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Sep 27, 2015 ... SamSpurlin.com, TheWorkologist.com, The Workologist Newsletter, and my personal ..... I Was Just Laid Off From My Dream Job... After 3 ..... The best way I can think of to describe this position is as a catalyst that is constantly ...

STEM Education for Girls Is Good for the Economy | Blogging4Jobs

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Jan 25, 2016 ... Check out our Workology Podcast powered by Blogging4jobs. ... The WEF says that by the year 2020 there will be 7.1 million job losses due ... losses and only 550,000 gains, more than five jobs lost for every job gained. ... The WEF reports “ The widening gender employment gap is also partly explained by ...

Workology Personality Types: The Dreamer - The Mindjet Blog

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Feb 12, 2013 ... Workology: What's Your Work Personality Type? ... admits that he has a tendency to lose interest in the production stages of a project. ... I think I would do a better job if I wasn't trying to do 50 things at once,” Thuras admits.

如何解释上份工作为什么离职? - 纽约时报国际生活 - 纽约时报中文网

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How to Explain That Lost Job. The WorkologistBy ROB WALKERJanuary 30, 2014 ... She wants to be honest, and I want her to find a job. ANONYMOUS.

Blog - Susan Tien Search

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Your resume is one of the few parts of the job search that's squarely within your ... However, the New York Times career column The Workologist agrees with my ...

Sheryl's Blog - sheryl spanier & company

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Sep 8, 2013 ... Only a loss of critical talent or a heightened level of antagonism or increase in ... I just read in the NY Times that they will be having a “workologist” column starting in August. ... Lean seems an odd way to describe an active engagement. .... compared Sandy with a job loss, 9/11, loss of loved ones, a broken ...

Wharton Professor Offers Advice on a Vital Tool - Résumé ...

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Jul 29, 2016 ... So, those who seek to compete with thousands of other job hunters ... to use those terms as specifically as possible to describe experience.

Diplomatic Communication - Softpanorama

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If there are not any glaring idiopathic and if a person works in a job that .... It will then be up to counsel to either let you explain your answer or rephrase his question. ..... then to appear diplomatic as loss of trust is fatal in any communication. ..... The Workologist is a guy with well-intentioned opinions, not a professional ...

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Getting Past the First Cut With a Résumé That Grabs Digital Eyes ...

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Jul 8, 2016 ... I'm afraid my applications are getting lost in a mass of résumés. ... “And that is try to write the résumé around the job description.” ... Send your workplace conundrums to workologist@nytimes.com, including your name and ...

Rob Walker » Workologist (NYT)

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Workologist (NYT). 25-WORKOLOGIST-popup ... November 1, 2015; What If You Lose Your Current Job Mid-Interview. ... 2013; A Founder Who Can't Let Go, December 1, 2013; How to Explain That Lost Job, November 17, 2013; On the Clock ...

What To Do When You Love Your Job But Hate Your Boss

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Sep 22, 2015 ... The Workologist recommends that most people make job-hunting a routine, ... Express your concerns, explain that your colleagues share them, ...