Job Search Article Aggregate – July 14, 2015

As a part of my own job search I read a lot of articles about things like networking, cover letters, resumes, interviews, etc. One thing I try to do to help others in the same boat is by aggregating these into my on-going series of “Article Aggregate” posts. For reference, I try to post one of these about every three weeks or so.

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Thanks!

David Hunt, PE

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SHAMELESS SELF-PROMOTION

In shameless self-promotion mode, I’m putting links to the last two essays I’ve published here at the top. Reverse-chronological order. These will, of course, change as I publish new ones.

So… my last two original essays:

The Quest for the Purple Squirrel

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/quest-purple-squirrel-david-hunt-pe

** An attempt to understand why hiring managers obsess about the “Purple Squirrel”.

Dinner Guests from History

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/dinner-guests-from-history-david-hunt-pe

** In which I answer one of my own “penetrating questions”. (Insights into yours truly.)

And I’m going to, at random, hype an essay from earlier on – changing every time:

An Engineer’s Life: David Hunt Explains why he became a Mechanical Engineer

https://speautomotive.wordpress.com/2014/06/03/an-engineers-life-david-hunt-explains-why-he-became-a-mechanical-engineer/

`** An essay I wrote, by request of the SPE Automotive Division, about my past and why I became an engineer.

 

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TOP OF THE FOLD

How to Convince an Employer to Take a Chance on You (and Ignore the More Qualified Candidates)

https://www.themuse.com/advice/how-to-convince-an-employer-to-take-a-chance-on-you-and-ignore-the-more-qualified-candidates

** Interesting, but IMHO a lot easier said than done. Related:

5 Ways to Stand Out When You’re Competing With Really Qualified Candidates

https://www.themuse.com/advice/5-ways-to-stand-out-when-youre-competing-with-really-qualified-candidates

7 Reasons Employers Will Hire You #WisdomWednesday

http://theundercoverrecruiter.com/7-reasons-employers-will-hire-you/

** All good, but… ultimately, it’s because you seem the best suited to solve the problems they’re having.

Is World of Warcraft a Better Hiring Test than a Job Interview?

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/world-warcraft-better-hiring-test-than-interview-santiago-iniguez

** It’s a gimmick. And it’s a way to avoid having to take responsibility for the hiring decision. “The test said they were OK!”

A Dozen Critical Trends That Will Affect Employment Search in 2015

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/20141021141118-17604922-a-dozen-critical-trends-that-will-affect-employment-search-in-2015

** What are the trends you need to know?

How to Avoid Long-Term Unemployment

http://workalpha.com/how-to-avoid-long-term-unemployment/

** I actually find this believable. Related:

How to Thwart Concerns About Your Long-term Unemployment

http://forwardmotioncareers.com/blog/how-to-thwart-concerns-about-your-long-term-unemployment/

** Excellent advice!

Eat, Drink, and be Hired-Tips for Dining with Your Future Boss

http://careerdirectors.com/eat-drink-hired-tips-dining-future-boss/

** How you behave at a meal can make or break your candidacy.

11 Ways to Identify Your Next Employer

http://epiccareering.com/11-ways-to-develop-an-effective-target-company-list/

** Identifying places to target can be one of the biggest challenges.

Your Job Is Not Your Job (2.1)

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/your-job-21-fred-kofman

** This really made me think about my presentation during an interview.

Acing the American Job Interview (for International, ESOL, and Multilingual Candidates)

http://biginterview.com/blog/2015/05/esol-esl-multilingual-interview.html

** This is very useful for people who come from overseas.

Should You Apply for a Job When You Don’t Have all the Qualifications?

http://jobsearch.about.com/od/how-to-apply/fl/should-you-apply-when-you-dont-have-all-qualifications.htm

** Short answer: It depends.

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SELECTED JOB-SEARCH ADVICE SITES

The Career Experts

http://thecareerexperts.com/career-articles-advice/

Inspire Careers

http://www.inspirecareers.com/blog/

Call To Career

http://www.calltocareer.com/category/blog/

LegacyMedSearch

http://www.legacymedsearch.com/refresh/templates/candidate_resources.php?id=4

JobMob

https://jobmob.co.il/

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FOR OLDER WORKERS

Age Discrimination and Job Search?

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/age-discrimination-job-search-alex-freund

** I’ve tried to remove myself from multiple databases – not for age reasons, but just privacy. It’s a vain effort IMHO. Not only do I keep reappearing, but with so many databases, it’s a Herculean task.

The Stigma of Long-term Unemployment… and Yet Another Round of Ageism

http://forwardmotioncareers.com/blog/the-stigma-of-long-term-unemployment-and-yet-another-round-of-ageism/

** A great piece by Marcia! And another:

How to Thwart Concerns About Your Long-term Unemployment

http://forwardmotioncareers.com/blog/how-to-thwart-concerns-about-your-long-term-unemployment/

Are We the Job Hopping Generation?

http://theundercoverrecruiter.com/job-hopping-generation/

** As an older person, you can use this to your advantage. Related:

What Increased Job Hopping Means for Employers

http://www.businessnewsdaily.com/8188-job-hopping-trends.html?cmpid=514642

40 And Irrelevant? I Don’t Think So!

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/40-irrelevant-i-dont-think-so-matt-schmidt

** I know people who write code who are 50+ and can code circles around younger people.

Top 10 Job Search Strategies for Executives Over 40

https://www.bluesteps.com/blog/top-10-job-search-strategies-for-executives-over-40.aspx

** Some basics.

8 major job-search changes for older workers

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/8-major-job-search-changes-older-workers-bob-mcintosh-cprw-mbti

** Definitely a whole new world if you haven’t been job-seeking for a long time.

5 Reasons To Diversify Your Workforce

http://recruiterbox.com/blog/5-reasons-to-diversify-your-workforce/

** Can you, as an older candidate, use “diversity” in your favor?

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NETWORKING

Why Your Bio Is More Important than Your Resume

http://theundercoverrecruiter.com/true-or-false-your-resume-your-most-frequently-used-written-job-search-tool-false/

** This looks like a useful tack. Not sure how well it works, but… do remember, people get engaged by stories, not dry facts.

Turn Gatekeepers Into Allies!

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/turn-gatekeepers-allies-hank-boyer

** Definitely don’t want to piss them off.

Do This, and You’ll Always Be the Most Popular Person in the Room

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/do-youll-always-most-popular-person-room-betty-liu

** Very pertinent to when you’re talking with someone. Related:

8 Ways to Be the Person Everyone Wants to Talk to at a Networking Event

https://www.themuse.com/advice/8-ways-to-be-the-person-everyone-wants-to-talk-to-at-a-networking-event

** I liked this.

How to Introduce Yourself in a Way That’ll Make People Care Who You Are

https://www.themuse.com/advice/how-to-introduce-yourself-in-a-way-thatll-make-people-care-who-you-are

** Good techniques.

How Can I Get A Hiring Manager’s Attention?

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/how-can-i-get-hiring-managers-attention-liz-ryan

** I admire the concept and attempt to practice it. However, networking is becoming more and more difficult. Sort-of related:

3 Tactics You Can Implement Today for Higher Email Open Rates

http://blog.crazyegg.com/2014/06/05/high-email-open-rates/

Best Tips to Network Authentically and Successfully

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/how-network-authentically-make-work-you-kara-goldin

** All good. (Though I am reminded of a Groucho Marx witticism: “Sincerity is the key to success; if you can fake that, you’ve got it made!”)

Seven Ways to Keep in Touch with Your Contacts

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/20140801150616-438471-seven-ways-to-keep-in-touch-with-your-contacts

** I agree with all of these, except – perhaps! – the idea of a constant-contact type email. Mixed feelings about that; might work, but might be viewed as over the top.

Why Networking Must Be More Than An Event

http://www.careerealism.com/networking-more-than-event/

** Precisely. I will reprise, once more, an anecdotal story I heard of a six-figure job being landed because of a conversation in a supermarket checkout line.

10 Killer Networking Questions That Spark Meaningful Conversation

http://mymarketability.com/blog/10-killer-networking-questions-that-spark-meaningful-conversation

** Always good to have a variety of ways to open a conversation.

Why Networking Is More Important Than Your Resume

http://www.payscale.com/career-news/2015/06/why-networking-is-more-important-than-your-resume

** Networking is critical.

Five Networking Lessons I Wish I Learned in High School

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/five-networking-lessons-i-wish-learned-high-school-barbara-safani

** It’s amazing to me how cliquish companies of *cough* adults can be… and how akin to high school many *cough* professional environments are.

The 5 Keys to No Fear Networking

http://www.youtern.com/thesavvyintern/index.php/2015/07/09/the-5-keys-to-no-fear-networking/

** Very good basics.

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COVER LETTERS

3 Good Reasons To Spend More Time On Your Cover Letter

http://www.careerealism.com/cover-letter-time/

** Definitely, can’t just dash one off.

How to Write an Honest Cover Letter to Avoid the Wrong Job

http://theundercoverrecruiter.com/write-honest-cover-letter-avoid-wrong-job/

** DO’s and DON’Ts.

Before You Submit That Resume…

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/before-you-submit-resume-lisa-cawley-ruiz

** Good reasons to write one.

Your Cover Letter: Write About Opportunity, Not Pain

http://www.avidcareerist.com/2015/07/09/pain-letter-opportunity/

** A nice flip of the “pain letter”.

No-Fail Cover Letter Strategy

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/no-fail-cover-letter-strategy-kristi-dosh

** You can’t be generic.

6 Ways to Ensure The Cover Letter You Write Is Read

http://chameleonresumes.com/2012/08/09/6-ways-to-ensure-the-cover-letter-you-write-is-read/

** If it’s not read, it’s worthless (unless they still read your resume).

Should You Include a Cover Letter If it’s Not Required?

http://jobsearch.about.com/od/coverlettertips/qt/cover-letter-not-required.htm

** Short answer: yes.

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RESUMES

Alex Freund: “Front load” accomplishments on your résumé

https://psgcnjnewsletter.wordpress.com/2014/01/25/4691/

** Assuming you get through the ATS, you have to catch attention – and quick.

Résumé Keywords Are the Keys to Be Found

http://www.landingexpert.com/job-search-tips/resume-keywords-are-the-keys-to-be-found/

** The trick is to know what keywords to use!

How to Use Numbers to Make Your Resume Stand Out

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/how-use-numbers-make-your-resume-stand-out-nancy-anderson

** I’m not sure I agree with the idea of bolding, but if it works for you…

How to List Multiple Positions at One Company on Your Resume

http://theundercoverrecruiter.com/ive-multiple-positions-inside-one-company-write-resume/

** Especially pertinent if you’ve been at a company for a while.

How I Hired Talent

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/how-i-hired-talent-lynda-spiegel

** At issue is understanding how to present yourself as that solution mentioned in the article.

Screening Your Resume: What Recruiters Look For in 15 Seconds

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/screening-your-resume-what-recruiters-look-15-seconds-lisa

** Reverse engineer this and apply to your resume! Related:

Why Do 90% Of Resumes Go In The Bin (Without Ever Being Read)?

http://arielle.com.au/why-90-of-resumes-go-in-the-bin-without-being-read/

Get Rid Of The Boring Career Summary On Your Resume, Use This Instead.

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/get-rid-boring-career-summary-your-resume-use-instead-darius

** Mixed feelings. I can certainly see how this approach might grab attention, and that’s good. OTOH, might it be a little too self-centered? YMMV.

How to Match Your Resume to Every Job You Want [Infographic]

http://www.youtern.com/thesavvyintern/index.php/2015/07/08/how-to-match-your-resume-to-every-job-you-want-infographic/

** You can’t not try to match them.

10 Resume Quick Fixes

http://www.organicresumecreations.com/#!Do-it-Now/c16g1/559593d40cf2c7ea473d135b

** Foundational basics.

How to Format Your Resume for Electronic Job Applications (What You Don’t Know Won’t Hurt You. Is That So?)

http://workalpha.com/format-resume-electronic-job-applications-dont-know-wont-hurt/

** IMHO “ATS” really stands for “Application Termination System” given the statistics about how many qualified candidates do not get through.

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INTERVIEWING

How to Ace the Face-to-Face Interview

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/how-ace-face-to-face-interview-holly-bunn

** There is a window between being scripted and being so polished you sound canned. What that window is, however, is a mystery. And don’t think CAR, think SPARTACUS:

How to turn yourself into a winning job candidate

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/how-ace-face-to-face-interview-holly-bunn

** My essay, reblogged.

Are You Prepared For This Interview Question? (Most People Are Not)

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/you-prepared-interview-question-most-people-bernard-marr

** Just heard a good chemistry joke: “What comes after 16 sodiums?” “Batman.”   (Na na na na na na na na na na na na na na na na BATMAN!)

5 Reasons You’re Getting Knocked Out in the First Round of Interviews (and How to Stop)

https://www.themuse.com/advice/5-reasons-youre-getting-knocked-out-in-the-first-round-of-interviews-and-how-to-stop

** The first rule: don’t screw up!

Investing in Your Interview Wardrobe Pays Dividends

http://www.landingexpert.com/job-search-tips/investing-in-your-interview-wardrobe-pays-dividends/

** First impressions will make or break you – in a matter of seconds:

7 seconds – why that’s all you may have to succeed or fail at interview

http://40pluscareerguru.blogspot.com/2013/08/7-seconds-why-thats-all-you-may-have-to.html

Interviewing is a Game. Here’s How to Win.

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/interviewing-game-heres-how-win-anne-dicarlo

** Good basics to review. (Though, seriously, someone who enjoys job hunting?)

7 THINGS YOU MUST SAY TO GET HIRED

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/7-things-you-must-say-get-hired-cheryl-palmer

** Yup.

Information You Must Have before the Interview

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/information-you-must-have-before-interview-don

** Prepare, prepare, prepare.

10 Things To Bring To Every Job Interview [INFOGRAPHIC]

http://www.jobcluster.com/blog/things-to-take-to-an-interview-infographic/

** I agree with some of these, but… passport pictures and protein bars?

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AFTER THE INTERVIEW

7 Great Questions to Ask an Applicant’s References

http://www.eremedia.com/ere/7-great-questions-to-ask-an-applicants-references/

** These are good ones to forewarn references about.

How to Write a Memorable Thank You Note

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/how-write-memorable-thank-you-note-jessica-breunig

** Don’t just say “Thank you”.

65% of Successful Job Seekers Say “Thank You for the Interview” via Email — RESEARCH FINDING

http://www.avidcareerist.com/2015/07/12/interview-thank-you-email-sent/

** Note that correlation does not imply causation, but… IMHO you cannot ignore sending thank you emails.

Thanks! 20 Job Interview Thank You Note Tips

http://www.businessnewsdaily.com/7134-thank-you-note-tips.html

** Worth reading, though don’t do all of these at once!

Does Following Up With Employers Really Matter?

http://www.greatresumesfast.com/blog/2015/06/09/does-following-up-with-employers-really-matter/

** The short answer: yes. Just remember, there’s a fine line between persistent and pest… and that line is not easy to spot.

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BRANDING / SOCIAL MEDIA

12 egregious mistakes you don’t want to make with your LinkedIn profile

http://thingscareerrelated.com/2015/06/24/6-mistakes-you-dont-want-to-make-with-your-linkedin-profile/

** Good advice from Bob! And another by the same author:

4 reasons why you need a strong LinkedIn Summary

http://thingscareerrelated.com/2015/06/28/why-does-your-linkedin-profile-lack-a-summary/

The 7 Linkedin Tips You Need to Find Your Dream Job Today

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/7-linkedin-tips-you-need-find-your-dream-job-today-peter-wilford

** Just remember, this doesn’t take the place of doing the work.

De-mystifying LinkedIn Keywords

http://chameleonresumes.com/2014/04/28/de-mystifying-linkedin-keywords/?utm_source=LinkedIn

** And an idea I’ve been playing with – which I’ve seen elsewhere – is to use wordclouds to identify trending keywords.

How to Leverage Blogs in Your Job Search

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/how-leverage-blogs-your-job-search-beverly-harvey

** This is one of the reasons I blog! Related:

Blogging Your Way to the Top: A Beginner’s Compendium

https://www.bluesteps.com/blog/how-to-blog

Deadly LinkedIn Mistake: No Professional Photo

http://executivecareerbrand.com/deadly-linkedin-mistake-no-professional-photo/

** Consider a photo session an investment.

3 Reasons You’re Not Getting Hired

http://money.usnews.com/money/blogs/outside-voices-careers/2014/11/12/3-reasons-youre-not-getting-hired

** It could be you… but then again, it might not be.

Is Your Online Presence Visible Enough for Social Recruiters?

http://www.youtern.com/thesavvyintern/index.php/2015/07/13/is-your-online-presence-visible-enough-for-social-recruiters/

** It better be – because that’s where people are looking.

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GENERAL

How NOT to Impress a Prospective Employer [INFOGRAPHIC]

http://theundercoverrecruiter.com/puts-employers-off-candidates/

** The first rule: don’t screw up.

How to Make Competition Irrelevant

http://chameleonresumes.com/2014/07/28/make-competition-irrelevant/

** Some good advice, though I don’t think you can ever make the competition truly irrelevant.

What? That was part of the selection process?

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/what-part-selection-process-nick-deligiannis

** Very definitely, small things matter:

10 tiny things that can ruin your chances of getting hired

http://40pluscareerguru.blogspot.com/2015/05/10-tiny-things-that-can-ruin-your.html

3 Little Known Ways to Conduct a Long-Distance Job Search (Relocation)

http://chameleonresumes.com/2014/09/17/conduct-long-distance-job-search-relocation/

** Sometimes moving is an option, or even a desire.

Endear Yourself to the Buyer

http://www.landingexpert.com/job-search-tips/endear-yourself-to-the-buyer/

** If you want to be caught, think like the fisherman. What do they want and value? Related:

4 Ways to Turn “No” Into “Yes”

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/20140603162542-16092438-4-ways-to-turn-no-into-yes

** After all, this is a sales and marketing gig.

The Biggest Mistake Candidates Make On Assessments

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/biggest-mistake-candidates-make-assessments-ji-a-min-masc

** Written by an employee of a company that makes such assessments, so take with a grain of salt. Still, good thoughts on how to game the system.

3 Quick Tips to Demand Attention in Today’s Job Market

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/3-quick-tips-how-demand-attention-todays-job-market-melanie-l-

** Worth a try.

How Your Attitude Defines Your Job Search

http://www.careerealism.com/attitude-defines-job-search/

** There is, IMHO, a difference between having a can-do, positive attitude, and having a soma-induced, plastic smile, oh-boy-it’s-dog-food-again attitude no matter how you are treated in the job search. You get mistreated, consider this a commandment: tell others how the company treated you:

Peeing in the Candidate Reservoir

https://davidhuntpe.wordpress.com/2014/12/29/peeing-in-the-candidate-reservoir/

** Companies that treat candidates (and employees) poorly need to die from their own misdeeds towards what they purport are their “most valuable assets”:

Death by Lethal Reputation

http://www.asktheheadhunter.com/halethalrep.htm

8 things that can kill your job chances

http://advice.careerbuilder.com/posts/8-things-that-can-kill-your-job-chances

** There’s no question body language is important, but you can paralyze yourself worrying about it – and that paralysis, and consequent lack of authenticity, will doom you.

Volunteering and Your Job Search – A Job Search Tip

http://careerandresume.com/blog/2015/06/12/volunteering-and-your-job-search-a-job-search-tip/

** It’s a good way to both meet people and to show your character.

Companies hire skill sets, not job titles

http://write-solution.com/2013/01/10/companies-hire-skill-sets-not-job-titles/

** True.

The Shoo-in Trap

http://epiccareering.com/the-shoo-in-trap/

** Don’t get cocky. You don’t have it, until you have it.

How To Apply For A Job Properly: 3 Things We Know You Don’t Do

http://www.grb.uk.com/news/how-to-apply-for-a-job-properly-3-things-we-know-you-dont-do/2015/07/06/2632

** Interesting thoughts.

10 Shortcuts Only The Smartest Job Seekers Know

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/10-shortcuts-only-smartest-job-seekers-know-bernard-marr

** Solid tips.

3 Best Job Applications Ever

https://applierapp.com/blog/best-job-applications-ever/

** I’m surprised these worked, but…

5 Key Tips to Wow Recruiters

http://careerdirectionsllc.com/5-key-tips-to-wow-recruiters/

** This is the money quote: “Companies are awash in resumes, even at the executive level.” Which is important – you need to differentiate yourself at every level.

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UNDERSTANDING THE OTHER SIDE OF THE TABLE

One in Three Employees Are a Mistake

http://theundercoverrecruiter.com/employee-mistake/

** Read this, then read this again. The tone of the article is telling hiring managers that the Fantasy Date exists (and, of course, they promise to find them); thus, it reinforces in their minds that they can wait, and wait, and wait.

Plays Well with Others: How to Hire the Best Team

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/20140421164828-16092438–plays-well-with-others-how-to-hire-the-best-team

** Fitting in is a huge consideration.

4 Benefits of Psychometric Testing Candidates

http://newmanstewart.co.uk/news/view/55/4-benefits-of-psychometric-testing-candidates

** Understand what they’re reading about this kind of test. And for some negative opinions:

10 Reasons Why Time’s XQ Article on Hiring is Based on Bad Science

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/10-reasons-why-times-xq-article-hiring-more-bull-than-lou-adler

How HR optimizes rejection of millions of job applicants

http://corcodilos.com/blog/8064/how-hr-optimizes-rejection-of-millions-of-job-applicants

** I understand there are studies, but… consider that the people pushing this stuff are the people selling this stuff.

6 Ways to Win Over Any Hiring Manager

http://www.resumetarget.com/blog/win-hiring-manager/

** What are they thinking? Get inside their heads.

Seven Lies Every Job Interviewer Tells That You Must Be Aware Of!

http://www.jobcluster.com/blog/7-annoying-lies-job-interviewers-tell/

** Read between the lines.

4 Interview Questions to Determine Cultural Fit

http://hr.sparkhire.com/cultural-fit/4-interview-questions-to-determine-cultural-fit/

** This is a huge insight.

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SALARY

5 Powerful Negotiation Insights For A Better Deal

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/5-powerful-negotiation-insights-better-deal-ben-stewart

** Useful advice; just remember, if you’re unemployed, you have very little leverage.

How to Master the Prickly Salary Question With Confidence

http://forwardmotioncareers.com/blog/how-to-master-the-prickly-salary-question-with-confidence/

** I have no objection to being asked what I want, salary-wise. I strongly object to being asked – or worse, mandated by a form – to say what I made elsewhere.

The Secret to Smarter Salary Negotiation: Vacation Time

http://www.payscale.com/career-news/2015/07/the-secret-to-smarter-salary-negotiation-vacation-time

** I, and others I know, have had very mixed results on this.

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