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  • Career Tools is a new podcast from the producers of Manager Tools, winners of the Podcast Awards Best Business Podcast in 2006, 2007 and 2008. Whether you are a manager or not, Career Tools is focused on actions you can take to grow and enhance your career. Whether you are interested in jump-starting a stalled career, or sharpening your edge, Career Tools is the podcast for you.




  • Employers are always on the lookout for college students who stand out in some way. However, when times are tough, college students should consider some additional ways to make themselves more visible and attractive to prospective employers.
  • The most important strategy to remember is to keep your answers positive and honest. To prepare, think about the truthful answer to a question and look at it from the interviewer’s point of view. Ask yourself how the information can be framed so it remains truthful but also validates your professionalism and insight into a situation.
  • If only there were a formula for getting a job. Follow steps A, B, and C and end up with the job of your dreams. While it’s not that simple, there are some strategies that have proven to be effective. Based on interviews I conducted with job seekers who had recently landed a new position, I found some common themes that can help you speed up your transition.

Secrets of the Job Hunt


  • Q&A from a recent green careers panel with a couple of career experts. They answer the question about how to get a green job without experience.
  • Job search engines are great, but they may not be as inclusive as you think.
  • How do you address that cover letter? Find out in this 2-minute podcast.



  • Would you rather:
    A. Live in 1900 and make $70,000 a year
    B. Live today and make $70,000 a year.
  • Two Americans and and a British-Cypriot economist have been awarded the 2010 Nobel Prize for economics.
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