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Yes, It’s Possible To “Network” Without Being A Jerk


See on Scoop.it – Global Leaders Your network, as they say, is your net worth. Connections, as we know, create value Anne Egros‘s insight: Great tips about networking in this article published in FastCompany Working hard and smart won’t help you develop … Continue reading

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Age 5: Your First Career Mistake


See on Scoop.it – International Career Watch this video and learn why you need to go back to being a kid if you want to find real career happiness! Anne Egros‘s insight: What did you answer when you was a … Continue reading

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Today’s Resume Is Not About YOU, It Is About The VALUE You Add To Employers


A successful resume today replaces the “this is what I want” objective statement with a “this is the value that I offer” branding statement (Arnie Fertig in 7 Key Elements of a Great Personal Branding Statement) 3 Key questions you need … Continue reading

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Five Myths About Global Executive Layoffs and Job Market


[tweetmeme source=”AnneEgros”] In 2010, the median number of weeks jobseekers had been unemployed prior to finding a job in the USA was about 10 weeks according to the  U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Before the financial crisis in 2007, that number was … Continue reading

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Desperate Ex-Career Expat Wives: Do Not Patronize Them!


I can relate very well with many expat women who are feeling upset when, after  arriving in a new country, someone tells them  that it is “normal”, it is “just” culture shock, if they don’t fall in love with their … Continue reading

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