Inquiring minds want to know: What were the most amazing, profound, surprising, or even whacky things you’ve learned over the last year?
Here’s an entry from Jacob Share at JobMob:
Jacob Share created JobMob to rally job seekers and job finders in getting jobs in
If you have a job that you love and pray will never end till death do you part, skip down right now to August’s article so that you can get a good belly laugh. Then read February’s tips on mastering your attention span.
If you have a friend searching for work and want to help, please share this article with them.
If you’re actively looking for a new job, considering a career change or just have an itch that you might be happier in a different workspace or time zone, read on…
12 must-read articles from JobMob in 2007
You’d better not have a stuffy head that day.
How to StumbleUpon people who are LinkedIn your Facebook.
Hybrid-power your job search? Recycle other people’s resumes?
Chances are you’re making this mistake too.
“Talk in other people’s sleep: College Professor”
June – How To Be Sick Productively
When being sick is the best thing that can happen to you.
Hope your CV wouldn’t make this list.
April – 40 Tips for Job Seekers Over 40
“Over the hill” or “experienced mountain climber”?
March – The Secret To Finding Dream Jobs
Imagine it. Now go get it.
In the Information Overload age, know how to stay on target.
High-techie? Know how to sell yourself best at Internet conferences.
And finally- thanks to Robert Hruzek for a terrific blog hosting a terrific blog writing project.
So what’s it all about?
Friends, if you’ve written about it at your blog in 2007, then you’re invited to join us for this special edition of What I Learned From… Care to share with us your favorite/ best/ most controversial/ strangest, etc. posts? (You get to pick one from each month you’ve been blogging in 2007.)
Well, don’t just sit there like a bump on a pickle; click the link, check out the simple instructions, and jump right in! Get your entries in by Sunday night, January 13, and I’ll publish them all right here at Middle Zone Musings.