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Alison Doyle

Stuck in a Job Search Rut?

By November 20, 2012

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Jobs AvailableIt's important to be sure that you're looking for job listings in all the right places, your resume and cover letters are perfect and customized for the jobs you are applying for, you're using all the job search tools that are available, and you're effectively using all the online (and offline) connections who can assist with your job search.

Here is what you need to know to unstick your job search. For those who think a career change might be in order, About.com's Guide to Career Planning, Dawn Rosenberg McKay, has great advice on how to make a successful career change. It's not as hard as you might think.

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November 24, 2012 at 4:54 am
(1) Sharon Eden says:

Great post and advise! AND….

Feeling stuck means something new in you wants to be expressed and the part of your personality that doesn’t like change is saying, ‘No way!’ That doesn’t mean you have to change your career or job… unless you really want to. The ‘new’ might bring a new perspective or angle to what you’re already doing.

The key to discover the ‘new’ is through your passion, your vital life energy geyser. Connect with that and you automatically get unstuck as you find our your way forward.

That’s why I say … Stuck is the new GO!

The best to you… Sharon

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