Career Coach

Why Job Seekers Need a Career Coach

Looking for a new job in the new year? Here is why job seekers should seek the expert guidance of a world class career coach. Over the last 3 years, 90% of our successful candidates tell us that their career coach played a critical role in their speedy success of landing a new job. We recently came a across an article on that highlights 10 mistakes that job seekers make. All 10 of these mistakes are topics our career coaches focus on with candidates to ensure they avoid making them during their job search.
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Leveraging Talent Relationships Now Seen as Critical

Check out our current poll on Hunt Scanlon Media that takes a deeper look into the way companies and their employee’s part ways.. Although job-hopping is at an all-time high, employers today understand that loyalty doesn’t necessarily go away when employees walk out the door. Early results show, 65% of HR leaders said their companies spend money on Outplacement and Redeployment services to protect brand image. The survey also revealed that departing employees often remain in a company’s eco-system with 40% becoming competitors.  

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5 New Millennium Job Search Tactics to try in 2017

Gone are the days of Job fairs, resume blast services, and using the same resume for every job you apply for. The competition is tough, and job seekers must differentiate themselves from other applicants. At Mullin International, our multi touch approach weaving personal guidance and responsive technology supports our candidates through their job search journey helping them understand the best ways to land a job quicker.  A recent article on Forbes laid out Five New-Millennium Job Search Tactics To Try. Read more


5 Actions to Land a Job Quicker

Simple, Fast, and Effective, We analyzed data on more than 10,000 successful Mullin International job seekers and have identified 5 key actions that when executed within the first 3 weeks of separation will guarantee to shorten a job search across industries and levels, by an average of 6 weeks when compared to those who did […]


HR’s Role in Creating Brand Ambassadors

Leveraging Talent Relationships is Now Seen as Critical to the Job Search Process and Even More So to a Company’s Brand. We recently took part in an article and podcast with Hunt Scanlon Media, the most widely referenced source of human capital information. Take a look. Read more


Top 10 Networking Tips When Using LinkedIn

As evidenced in our data findings on Top Job Sources, networking is critical to your job search efforts. No one disputes that or that LinkedIn is a great tool for networking. With approximately 450 Million members, one of them most likely holds the key to your next job. Are you using LinkedIn to your advantage when it comes to networking? According to LinkedIn University, below are the top tips to help you enhance your networking efforts. Read more


Talent Raiding – Big Issue for Heads of Talent Acquisition

For heads of talent acquisition, the problem of talent raiding is only just beginning to be fully understood. As a result, they are putting a relentless focus on talent retention strategies — and not recruiting — to offset, or at the very least, delay the rampant professional departures now underway.   According to a Mullin International/Hunt Scanlon Poll, early results from our survey show: Read more


Top Job Sources for Job Seekers

With all the buzz around online job boards, we thought it would be a great time to answer the question about where  job seekers are really having the most success finding new jobs.  Below is data on 10,000+ successful candidates from the last 3 years. Read more


Insights from the NYS Department of Labor

In my last post I shared some broad insights on the New York City job market for the balance of 2016 and beyond that were shared by Jim Brown of the NYS Department of Labor. Here are some of his specific insights and suggestions.

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What Can NYC Job Seekers Expect in 2016 Q4?

“Most of our major industries have been re-shaped by the way we gather and process data.” This was just one of the insights shared by Jim Brown, a Labor Market Analyst from the New York State Department of Labor whose focus is the New York City market, when he addressed a group of executives at the Mullin International New York office. He gave a broad overview of the job market for the balance of 2016 and shared some specific ideas about what’s hot and what’s not.

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