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2017 CRC Resume Writing Award
Career Resume Consulting Wins Top Award for Career Search Services

KANSAS CITY June 20, 2017 -- Career Resume Consulting has been selected for the 2017 Kansas City Award in both the Executive Career Search Services and Resume Writing Services categories by the Kansas City Award Program. Each year, the Kansas City Award Program identifies companies that...

Ninja Job Search Techniques
Six Ninja Persuasion Techniques for Your Executive Job Search

Today, I’d like to quickly hit on some learnings I gleaned from re-reading a classic book on persuasion, called, “Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion.” The author, Dr. Robert Cialdini, is considered the father of the science of persuasion (and you didn’t even know that existed!).   Here...

Why the 4.7% Unemployment Rate is BAD for You

As a career professional, if I’m going to take on the task of helping everyone I touch to get their next perfect job faster than the national average, then I’ve got to not only listen to the “word on the street” to understand today’s job...

Busting Executive Job Search Myths: Part 3

We’re almost done busting the most commonly held executive job search myths. We’ve addressed the rumors you hear, from “I have to dumb down my experience” to “Networking is a waste of time.” In our last segment of job search myths, we’ll take a look at...

How to Compete in the Unpublished Job Market

Welcome back to the second part of my series on competing in all segments of the job market! In the first portion, I covered how to identify six-figure positions in the highly-competitive published job market by exploring the five segments of the job market. Today,...

How to Find Six-Figure Jobs in the Published Job Market

When you’re completing an executive-level job search for six-figure jobs, it can be difficult to find suitable positions to apply for. After all, 85% of six-figure jobs are in the unpublished job market -- meaning that companies aren’t broadcasting these open positions, making them harder...

Land your next six figure job in weeks, not months.