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Make your job search better. Read tips and tweaks to consider and make your job search better than your competition.  Read Coastline Job Search Blogs for helpful information to consider.  Avoid the mistakes job seekers make and find out how Recruiters can help.


Are you throwing mud at the wall in your job search?

That makes me say – “you did – what?”, when I answered your call. You told me  you have great Insurance skills and you’re looking for an Insurance Job in Vancouver. You ask me what I can do for you.

So far so good. This is what I do – I recruit and place great candidates for employers in the Insurance Industry.  I am very good at it. This is the job I’ve done successfully for the past 20 years. My next question is always – So who have you applied to so far? Had any interviews? From what you tell me, you sound like you have a lot to offer a prospective employer.Read more …..



Ten Tips You Will Ignore

How is your work doing?

Ten Tips to help your Recruiter help you! Are Recruiters not being “straight” with you? Finding out Google calls Recruiters “Scum” got me thinking. So what exactly is our value? The Job Seeker can hit the job boards to send resume after resume on any job posted. Is that the best path to a new career opportunity? Or is it even a path at all.

What a Job Board won’t tell you is what to do when you get in the door. A good Recruiter has a vested interest in your success. Read More. …….




Want to Get Noticed? Change Your Resume With These Tweaks


resume tweasEmployers want to Know Who You Are. They hire skills but they hire people first. Know you want to get noticed in a job interview.  You groan when I suggest a resume change.  Doing your resume the first time was hard. Now you want to get on with getting a job.  I suggest a few resume tweaks  and get noticed for who you really are. Standing out as a “pick me” high performer takes something extra.

Standing out as a “pick me” high performer takes something extra.  Sure, your resume lists your work experience and your hard (learned) skills.  You need that stuff on your resume to get an interview. You want to get beyond the interview and be the one to get the offer. Read More...


Should I Keep My Job Search A Secret?

1)Yes, don’t tell anyone, Not your best buddy at work, because nothing is ever kept a secret. Mistakes happen, words slip…friends tell the secret to one friend who won’t tell..ever. Uh-huh and pretty soon your whole office knows.

Don’t tell your Manager or your Supervisor. Sure you’ll get to hear lots of good things about how sad they are to see you go – but as soon as you’re officially “looking”, your value to the company slips to almost zero. Also, Managers and Supervisors are judged by the stability of their staff when their reviews roll by – and you’ve slipped from being a valued employee to one of their problems. Read More ….

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