Monthly Archives: January 2011

In Transition with a Mission

By Lori Peterson, Editorial Columnist Happy New Year! The job search process has changed dramatically from the way it was years ago, before the advent of the internet, websites, social media and social-media networking. As professionals in a state of … Continue reading

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HIRED LEARNING: Melanie Rhodes – Determined and Unstoppable

By Melanie Rhodes, Corporate Sales Analyst, Panasonic Electric Works of America Having been through three layoffs over the course of my career, I was introduced to the principles of various outplacement firms. Each firm provided unique enlightenment in their own … Continue reading

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Recent Landings January 2011

Our congratulations to these PSG members who have moved on. This is only a partial list, and includes their company names and titles where known: John (Eric) Bower, Prin. Member of Tech Staff, Sandia Labs (New Mexico) David Carter, Web-Based … Continue reading

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PSGCNJ Events: 2010 Holiday Brunch – Fun and Festive

By Paula Costlow Ring those jingle bells loudly for all who helped orchestrate the PSGCNJ Holiday Potluck Brunch and Networking event contributing to a huge success! The event was well supported by members who brought a delectable assortment of great … Continue reading

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INTERVIEWING INSIGHTS: “Fortune favors the prepared mind”

 “Fortune favors the prepared mind.”– Louis Pasteur by Maureen Koenen, Co-Chair, Marketing Committee I don’t know if Mr. Pasteur was ever unemployed but his philosophy certainly supports the theory that you have to go into every interview prepared. Not only … Continue reading

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Healthy, Wealthy & Wise

By Mary Anne Usher and Maureen Koenen Monthly Proverb  “Karma means you don’t get away with nothin’.”  -Ruth Denison Winter Tips ‘Tis the season for colds and flu, as per the old adage, “An ounce of prevention is worth a … Continue reading

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HELPFUL TIPS: Saving Money When Times are Tight

A few years ago there were many stories telling how a savvy shopper got $300 worth of food and groceries and after turning in the clipped coupons only had to pay $12.34. We were told that all that was needed … Continue reading

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