Thanks again for the excellent recruiter seminar. It was very helpful. Particularly valuable was the advice to not worry or feel neglected when recruiters do not call back. You explained this issue well in the context of their business objectives. It was also interesting to hear your stories “from the inside.” And thanks for the invitation to be in touch a bit down the line regarding your coaching network idea. Brilliant. It would be a treat to work together in whatever way we can! I think you’re terrific!
My best, ---Andrea St. J., NH
You should know Judi that you, by far, get the most feedback of any of the authors I run in the newsletter. It's not fluff, it's real world advice people can actually apply in their search process.
---Jean Vosler, editor of Net Temps newsletter (for perm employment job seekers of all levels)
Judi: My resume looks really good. I really appreciate your comments; it helps to understand your rationale for keeping or changing items on the resume. Once again, thank you very much for such an excellent resume. I’ll be in touch with you about helping with a cover letter.
. . . and later . . .
My job search has been going well; I’ve been getting a lot more "hits" with the new résumé. and a lot of compliments, as well. I have an excellent lead on an opportunity with the University of Wisconsin as a Budget and Finance planner. It’s an excellent and exciting opportunity; I have a first-round phone interview on Wednesday!
Thanks ---Kirk W., MN
I've been working with Judi Perkins over the past couple of weeks and I find her knowledge about cover letters, resumes, and interviewing to be invaluable. It helps to have someone who has been around the recruiting business for as long as she has, help you re-write your resume and how to more effectively contact companies. I think it is worth the money to have a career coach who can help you sell yourself at the top levels. ---Kendall C., Boise, ID