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general career advice

How To Find the Career For You with Lisa Nicole Bell

Lisa Nicole Bell

How to find the career for you is the focus of Careers Out There. Today we have a special guest speaking about this topic. Thanks to working on this site, I get to meet lots of inspirational people who are also helping others find their way. Today’s guest is one of those people I’d like […]

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Volunteer Experience May Be the Key To Your Next Job

volunteer work

Volunteer experience doesn’t just help the world and soothe your soul but it also broadens your network, builds your skill set and gives you work experience without having to get hired by anyone. Your volunteer work can be a big part of who you are. In fact, new research from LinkedIn shows that 1 out […]

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The Career Workout You Can’t Miss – With Coach Jenny Blake

Author-Blogger-Life Coach Jenny Blake with Careers Out There host Marc Luber

Jenny Blake is an inspirational author, blogger and life coach. If you haven’t yet heard of her, you should. Jenny’s personal development blog, Life After College, has been kicking butt for years. She recently came out with a great book of the same name which shares the mission of serving as your own portable life […]

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Job Interviewing Tips – Focus On What You Bring to the Table

Marc Luber

Job interviewing tips are kind of like maps: they may not be fun to read but they help you get where you want to get and they’re good to review until you know how to get where you’re going! I made the video below to help you focus on what you bring to the table […]

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5 Actions To Help Find the Right Career

How Do I Find the Right Career For Me

To find the right career, there are lots of things to think about and actions to take. Careers Out There is filled with career videos to help you tackle this challenge of finding the right career. The other day we looked at 5 things to think about to help answer the “how do I find […]

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5 Answers to “How Do I Find the Right Career For Me?”

How Do I Find the Right Career For Me

“How do I find the right career for me” is a question that causes most of us to sweat through our shirts and bang our heads against the wall. If that’s happening to you, you’re NOT alone. You’ve come to the right place! There’s not a one-size-fits-all solution, but below you’ll find 5 ways to […]

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Book Review: The Mackay MBA of Selling In the Real World by Harvey Mackay

Marc Luber reviews The Mackay MBA

Harvey Mackay’s latest book, The Mackay MBA of Selling In the Real World, was just released today. As you’ll see in my video review below, I think you guys can benefit from this book as Harvey offers time-tested, street smart psychological advice for dealing with the day-to-day negotiating and persuading that we all do as […]

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College Recruiter Jobs with Paul Angone of All Groan Up

Paul Angone of All Groan Up with Marc Luber of Careers Out There

College Recruiting Jobs College recruiting jobs can be a great way to spend your 20s, according to today’s guest, college recruiter Paul Angone. Paul tells us that college recruiter jobs are a fun way to stay involved with your school while developing a wide variety of skills in your early adult years. SNEAK PEEK   […]

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Hispanic Recruitment – Workplace Diversity Issues (Interview)

Writer Maria Elena Fernandez

Hispanic recruitment is explored today as we continue to look at workplace diversity issues and their growing role in the recruiting and retainment of employees at companies around America. Today’s guest, Los Angeles Times writer Maria Elena Fernandez, shares her experience as a Cuban American and how significantly it helped her career to get involved […]

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Making a Career Change – Turning Adversity into Opportunity

Kim Norris of Lung Cancer Foundation of America

Making a career change can be exciting and scary all at the same time. I went through a career change when I left the music business to become an attorney recruiter. I looked at the process as an exciting opportunity to pursue new goals and interests. Like today’s guest, the death of a loved one […]

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