Monthly Archives: January 2013

PSGCNJ presents: “Put Your Best Face Forward”

Join PSGCNJ’s Talent Network on February 18 and get your headshot picture taken onsite for free! You are required to have your short bio on the PSGCNJ Talent Network to receive your headshot.  For directions on how to compose and … Continue reading

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TIPS: Save Money on Medication with Free Prescription Card

By Barbara Perone It’s bad enough when people lose their jobs in a stalled economy, but, in a cruel one-two punch, eventually they lose their health insurance, too. That means some folks out there are being forced to go without … Continue reading

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SPEAKER’S CORNER: Abby Kohut’s Job Search Lessons from Superstorm Sandy

Crowd Storms Downton (Somerville) “Abby,” Fuels Million-Jobs March By Andy O’Hearn On January 22, Abby Gilbert Kohut, president of Staffing Symphony, LLC, presented “Lessons from Sandy – How to Take Your Job Search by Storm in 2013” at the First … Continue reading

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TIPS: Back up your LinkedIn connections!

By David Pastore  You’ve spent months, maybe years networking and you have a terrific database of hundreds of great professionals. If your LinkedIn account is ever comprised, all those contacts are lost. Forever. To avoid all that heartache, back up … Continue reading

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PSGCNJ MEMBERS RECOMMEND: YouTube, the new You Marketing Tool

Andy O’Hearn recently published an overview of YouTube as a vital piece of the personal branding mix. Read his blog at

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TIPS: Free Income Tax Preparation for Qualified Taxpayers

By Barbara Perone If you meet certain criteria, a local, volunteer tax preparer will electronically file your state and federal income taxes for free. No, this is not an early April Fool’s joke.

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LANDING STORY – Making the Most of Opportunities

By a PSGCNJ Member at Large I want to share my landing story—whether it is a tip, or just a feeling of hope. However, concerned that people in my story might misinterpret my meaning, I would like to remain anonymous. … Continue reading

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