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Nick Corcodilos started headhunting in Silicon Valley in 1979 and has answered over 30,000 questions from the Ask The Headhunter community.
In this special Making Sen$e edition of Ask The Headhunter, Nick shares insider advice and contrarian methods about winning and keeping the right job, on one condition: that you, dear Making Sense reader, send Nick your questions about your personal challenges with job hunting, interviewing, networking, resumes, job boards or salary negotiations. No guarantees — just a promise to do his best to offer useful advice.
When employers demand to know your salary, it’s usually for just one reason: to low-ball any offer they make you.
You’re excited to hear back about a job. But pressing HR for news just a few days after your last interview is unreasonable, and appearing anxious puts you at a disadvantage, says headhunter Nick Corcodilos…
Don't accept a new job, and maybe even consider not quitting your current job, until you've seen the employee handbook. That may sound risky, but taking a job without knowing all the terms is risky, says headhunter Nick Corcodilos.
Nick Corcodilos started headhunting in Silicon Valley in 1979, and has answered over 30,000 questions from the Ask The Headhunter community over the past decade. In this special Making Sense edition of Ask The Headhunter, Nick shares…
A little boy looks at art works on the floor and wall by Ugo Rondinone, which are represented at the Art Basel art show in Hong Kong.
By Nick Corcodilos Have you ever been skeptical of headhunter Nick Corcodilos' unconventional advice? One job seeker decided to put some Ask The Headhunter methods to the test and the results were extremely successful. Photo by Flickr user SalFalko/Creative Commons.
Jobless veterans take a class at the new Workforce1 Veterans Career Center in New York. The center offers area veterans assistance in their job search, help with resumes and classes on how to perfect the interview process. Photo by Spencer…
If you are a job seeker looking on massive online job boards for opportunities, beware. You may fall victim to a scam like the alleged scam by premium job board TheLadders, a website that is now the subject of a…
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