Tag Archives: unemployment

Spotlight on Neal Green

20th
Oct. × ’10

No matter how much effort you are putting into your job search and tailoring your resume, if your information isn’t getting to the right people then it’s more than likely not going to be seen for consideration. Neal Green had been job searching for a month on his own before joining Climber Premier. Once he […]

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Spotlight On Jeff Musgrave

14th
Oct. × ’10

The beginning of 2010 unfortunately did not signify a fresh start for Jeff Musgrave. Like so many other Americans living through the recession, he found himself out of work in an industry he had over 35 years of experience in. “I’ve been involved in transportation and logistics for my entire career,” explained Musgrave, “and most […]

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Spotlight On Robert Simoneau

19th
Sep. × ’10

Career site Climber.com’s recruiters have reviewed thousands of resumes. One thing sticks out; most resumes fail to effectively communicate a job seekers skills and background. “The ultimate goal of a resume is to positively position a candidate’s skills and background so they are included in the ‘yes’ pile,” stated Nick Jimenez, Executive Vice President at […]

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Spotlight On Greg Masey

1st
Sep. × ’10

Have you ever been offered advice for your job search that you dismissed in the moment and later regretted not taking? Whether it was from a friend, colleague or industry expert, most job seekers, at one time or another, have been in the mindset of feeling they are better off doing things their own way. […]

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Spotlight On Jim Kelly

20th
Aug. × ’10

One of the best suggestions our Climber staff can offer to job seekers is to    always  be proactive in their search! Not only should candidates be    applying to  positions, but also following up with companies, trying to  obtain new industry  contacts and finding effective ways to make  themselves stand out from the other […]

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Spotlight On Becky Arnold

22nd
Jun. × ’10

During such a competitive time in the job market, we can’t stress enough the importance of finding a way to gain an edge on the 15 million Americans still looking for employment. Networking and creating a direct line of contact with employers is one of the best ways to do that in our current economy. […]

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Spotlight On Terrie Hill

24th
Mar. × ’10

If you’ve ever witnessed or maybe even participated in a race you know that everyone always starts at the same place. Hundreds, if not thousands, of people are all clumped into one area and are waiting for the starting gun to go off so they can begin. As the race progresses, participants begin to stagger […]

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Spotlight On Howard Silverman

18th
Mar. × ’10

A definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again expecting a different result. For many job seekers, this is a familiar feeling when every morning they wake up, apply to hundreds of positions, never hear back from the employer, then do the same thing all over again the next day. This […]

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