Monday, July 9, 2007

Blogging in my field (recruiting and technology) is no easy task. I have found it is difficult to give an original though to a subject that has been so over talked by everyone from CEOs to HR professionals and beyond. Frightening terms like "the War for Talent" would lead job searchers to believe that offers are plentiful and high and all they have to do is drop a couple business cards on the sidewalk to lead recruiters to their door. At the same time there are reports of outsourcing and American jobs being sent to everywhere from China to India. All of these conflicting messages are as confusing as the books on career management, interviewing, jobs searching, thinking about job searching, changing careers, second careers, launching careers and on and on and on.

So I thought it was important to keep it simple, keep it relevant and keep it interesting! I am open to responding to things you are interested in and questions you have! Leave me a comment and I will discuss. In the absence of questions I will cover the topics I am most passionate about. The topics that get people hired and get people fired. The truth about relationships and how to use them to get jobs. And the stories no recruiters will ever tell you (this is the interesting part). In the last seven years of recruiting I have seen things that are hard to believe, imagine, fathom. I have also learned that things people think are intuitive may not be. Hopefully some of my fun antedotes will leave you laughing and thinking about how to paint your future.

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