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Job Doc Chat - Tuesday at noon

Posted by Jesse Nunes  October 5, 2009 12:06 PM

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Still flummoxed about how to get a job? Then join us for our weekly Job Doc chat. This week, Pattie Hunt Sinacole is back in the saddle to help you figure out the employment maze. Any and all questions about the world of work are welcome.

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1 comments so far...
  1. HI. I am a stay at home mother of teens and ready to go back to work full time. I have my ASEE and many years experience, albeit outdated in electronic technology. I have been working as a part time Pre K teacher for the past 4 years. I don't even know where to begin or what I should be looking for. I do have some computer skills and many interests. I volunteer alot: run a farmers market, worked in school libraries, mentor etc.

    Posted by moerock October 6, 09 01:18 PM

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Patricia Hunt Sinacole is president of First Beacon Group LLC, a human resources consulting firm in Hopkinton. She works with clients across many industries including technology, biotech and medical devices, financial services, and healthcare, and has over 20 years of human resources experience.

Elaine Varelas is managing partner at Keystone Partners, a career management firm in Boston and serves on the board of Career Partners International.

Cindy Atoji Keene is a freelance journalist with more than 25 years experience. E-mail her directly here.

Peter Post is the author of "The Etiquette Advantage in Business." Email questions about business etiquette to him directly here.

Stu Coleman, a partner and general manager at WinterWyman, manages the firm's Financial Contracting division, and provides strategic staffing services to Boston-area organizations needing Accounting and Finance workforce solutions and contract talent.

Tracy Cashman is Senior Vice President and Partner of the Information Technology search division at WinterWyman. She has 20 years of experience partnering with clients in the Boston area to conduct technology searches in a wide variety of industries and technology.

Paul Hellman is the founder of Express Potential, which specializes in executive communication skills. He consults and speaks internationally on how to capture attention & influence others. Email him directly here.