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Thomas Patrick
Chuna

Working with Independent Recruiters, pt 3

Today, we are continuing our discussion on working with independent recruiters.  In our last installment, we talked about how to decide WHICH voice or email messages left by recruiters were worth responding to.  To recap, you want the ones who identify themselves immediately as a recruiter...


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Thomas Patrick
Chuna

Working With Independent Recruiters Pt 2

This time around, we are continuing on the topic of working with independent recruiters. A very common question I get is this: “I am contacted by recruiters all day long – how do I know which one I should work with, since they all sound alike – is there a way to tell which ones deserve a ...


katesleeth

Kate
Sleeth

Empowerment Towards Real Success

In January, my local AWIS chapter event was a seminar given by Joan Moran on Empowering Women Towards Real Success.  Joan has had an exceedingly interesting life with a variety of career changes: a background in theatre, an entrepreneur, artistic director, actress, producer, a teacher of acting...


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Thomas Patrick
Chuna

WORKING WITH INDEPENDENT RECRUITERS – pt 1

This time around, I want to give you some insights into working with independent recruiters…it’s not a small topic, so I will cover various aspects over a series of posts.What is an “Independent Recruiter?”


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Thomas Patrick
Chuna

A great resource for you the job seeker.

Hi Everyone!I wanted to spend some time today telling you about an excellent resource being made available to you here at Bio Careers...I am speaking of the Bio Careers “Virtual Job Summit”, which kicks off February 1st, 2012. Here is the link to register: http://www.biocareers.com/virtual-...


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Thomas Patrick
Chuna

“Getting over yourself is the hardest part”

Hello everyone!As I write this, it is the midst of the Thanksgiving holiday. During one of the many gatherings I was fortunate enough to be invited to, I had the chance to talk with a fellow who said he wanted to change careers, for both personal and financial reasons. His exact words: 


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Thomas Patrick
Chuna

As a matter of fact, one size does NOT fit all

Hello everyone!One of my recruiter friends sent me the following cover letter she received with a recent CV submission. Knowing my approach to such things, she thought I would like to have it as a teaching tool... Here it is, in its entirety: Dear Sir or Madam:At this time, I am seeking a chall...


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Thomas Patrick
Chuna

Nothing personal - The best way to handle rejection

Hi Everyone! A frequent question I get from job seekers is this – “how should I handle rejection?” I thought it would make a worthy blog topic, so here is my take on the subject…let’s first talk about what NOT to do – “DON’T TAKE IT PERSONALLY” Ok, easier said than d...


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Thomas Patrick
Chuna

WINGING IT IS FOR THE BIRDS

Job hunters fall into two categories – those who have a job interview lined up, and those who will. It’s natural to be keyed up or nervous before meeting new people to discuss important things...more so if that important thing happens to be your future and livelihood. If you haven’t ...


katesleeth

Kate
Sleeth

Transitioning into Industry: The Wonder of Randy!

A few months ago I participated in the Webinar given by Randall Ribaudo here at Bio Careers.  It was jam packed with information and ideas which I found very interesting.  One of my fellow participants was one of the career development coordinators also from my research institute and was s...