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The Headhunter is here, there and (trying to be) everywhere. Other online and print publications frequently feature unique, detailed advice from Nick Corcodilos that's worth linking to. The special perspective of each of these publications often brings out new ideas and information that you'll find useful.

If you like Ask The Headhunter, you'll love these links.

  • CNN News: Nick thrashes the job boards. (video download)
     
  • Computerworld Canada: Exit interviews enter too late. Nick discusses why you should bite your tongue and move on. (Those Canadians are catching on! See next item.)
  • CBC Radio 1: Canadian public radio broadcast, Information Morning with Paul Castle. Nick discusses job hunting in a tough economy. RealAudio required. Listen.
  • Fast Company's Jan 99 cover story: Interview With A Headhunter. Nick Corcodilos covers the basics of a successful job hunt, from perparation to tactics to execution. Don't miss it.
  • Fast Company features The Headhunter's advice about how to deal with panic attacks during your first week on that new job.
  • The Boston Phoenix Beantown's leading alternative paper delivers The Headhunter's crash course in job search for new grads. The best "distance learning" deal going.
  • The New York Times asked The Headhunter how to take charge in an interview, in the September 20, 1998 Sunday Business section. Unfortunately, The NYT makes it impossible to link. Too bad.

 

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