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Unemployed is a four letter word

If you are currently “not employed” and looking, what do you have in your LinkedIn profile or Twitter bio, or other similar sites?  What do you say when you meet people and they ask what you do? Please tell me you don’t use the word unemployed anywhere.  This is such an ugly word and it [...]

22Oct2010 | Terri Bishop | 2 comments | Continued
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Posting Your Resume on the Job Boards Does Work!

A lot of job seekers think the job boards are dead.  Granted, they shouldn’t be what you focus a lot of your time on, but they still are HIGHLY used in the recruiting industry.  I have written several articles about this topic (Why You Should Post Your Resume Onlne) and plan to update these posts [...]

8Oct2010 | Terri Bishop | 0 comments | Continued
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Follow the companies you want to work for on LinkedIn

A relatively new addition on LinkedIn is the ability to follow companies. This is a great feature to help you stay informed on news about companies you want to work for.

30Sep2010 | Terri Bishop | 0 comments | Continued
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A Great Resource for Austin Job Hunters

One of the ways to keep up with all the new companies relocating here or starting here in Austin is to subscribe to blogs or email newsletters.  One blog that I encourage you to read is http://austinnovation.wordpress.com/ written by John Egan.  He keeps us informed of new and exciting companies in Austin and usually includes [...]

1Sep2010 | Terri Bishop | 5 comments | Continued
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Software Quality Assurance Engineer

Valentine & Associates is currently looking for an exceptional Software Quality Assurance Engineer with passion for developing and executing strong QA practices and working collaboratively with development teams and customers within a small, team-focused environment. Our client, Smart Bear® is the first and most successful provider of commercial software for agile and lightweight source code [...]

1Jul2009 | Terri Bishop | 1 comment | Continued
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