Posts Tagged 'Overqualified'



Don’t Let Grey Make You Blue

will-s-0209Getting older and getting back into the game.

Let’s face it; none of us are getting any younger. But the topsy-turvy nature of the current economy has left more of an indelible mark on members of the baby boomer generation than any other group. Continue reading ‘Don’t Let Grey Make You Blue’

“Temping” It Full-time

I had the privilege of joining a Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo committee as a volunteer this past year and helping this organization raise money for scholarships. In the process, I worked closely with the concession staff where I learned how a part-time, temporary position, can become a full-time career. Continue reading ‘“Temping” It Full-time’

Don’t Bite the Hand that Feeds You

Who needs a recruiter anyway?

I gather many ideas for future blog topics from my esteemed co-workers and career office staff. Today’s new blog topic is inspired by a conversation I had recently with a job seeker. (For blogging purposes let’s refer to this job seeker as John Wayne.) Continue reading ‘Don’t Bite the Hand that Feeds You’

Your Resume is Not a Slab of Meat and Does NOT Get Better with Age

danny-0509Tips for Maintaining an Attractive Resume for Experienced Workers

This blog goes out to a special group of people that I like to refer to as “experienced workers”. No, no, no…you’re not old, but you may have been on the job market for 5, 10, 20 or more years and now have a resume with some depth. Continue reading ‘Your Resume is Not a Slab of Meat and Does NOT Get Better with Age’


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