The Job Search Podcast, with Amy L. Adler
# The Job Search Podcast
## Expert Resume Writing, Job Search Strategy, and Career Advice for Executive Job Seekers and More
## with Your Host, Amy L. Adler
Amy L. Adler, MBA and Certified Master Resume Writer, challenges what you think you know about executive job search. Thinking about making a career move? Listen to The Job Search Podcast first.
## Learn How to Do Job Search Right
Each episode focuses on a specific job search topic, such as:
* How to write a resume for a new job search
* How to write a powerful cover letter
* How to write your LinkedIn profile -- and how to network using LinkedIn's massive, global address book
* How to network, so that your job search is effective--much more effective than applying online alone
* How to interview effectively, so your future hiring executive believes in your expertise and your fit
* How to get a job in a new industry or area of expertise
* How to change careers -- and how to think about what it takes to make the leap
## About Your Host, Amy L. Adler
My unique approach to marketing executive clients delivers the right message to hiring executives in their industry-specific language and proves beyond a doubt that the candidate has the proper experience to serve the executive team. I capture executive job seekers’ career histories using their goals as the lens through which I focus their talents and expertise, ensuring the hiring team learns exactly what it needs to know, via the executive resume, LinkedIn profile, cover letter, and strategic career coaching, to call the candidate for the interview.
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If you have been in the executive job search market a while, you might be wondering what it takes to get noticed and get hired by the right company. In fact, the longer you have been searching, the more frustrated you probably are becoming. One reason you might be failing ...
Resumes display your accomplishments, are your marketing tools, and are the foundation of your brand. While keeping yours up-to-date can be painstaking or time-consuming, doing so is important. You never know when you will need your resume. Not only do you need it if, worst-case scenario, you are in the ...
Informational interviews can be tricky to schedule or plan, but can be productive and help you understand the career field you want to go into. You should be prepared to talk about yourself, but know when you should switch to asking questions. During this conversation, you’ll have the chance to ...
What happens when you copy from someone else’s resume (to you and them)? What do employers do to the resume to find the plagiarized content and how does that change your job prospects? Your resume is yours, to an extent, as original content is becoming less original. Listen in to ...
Executive career change, particularly for those who have not engaged in it for a decade or more, is inherently destabilizing for the individual, that person’s family, and maybe even for that person’s company. So how do you create a “career strategy emergency kit” to prepare for a time when your ...