Reducing Yourself to Keywords | CareerAngles.com

I used to wear tie-dyed jeans, a straw skimmer for a hat and not give a damn about anyone or anything. Life was fun knowing that I was being backstopped by my parents who provided me with a bedroom in their apartment. I thought I was rebelling but, in fact, I was accumulating different keywords for my bio than what they wanted for me.

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Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter. Career Coach. Host of No BS Job Search Advice Radio and JobSearchTV.com. Watch Job Search TV on Amazon and Roku.

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Jeff Altman

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Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter. Career Coach. Host of No BS Job Search Advice Radio and JobSearchTV.com. Watch Job Search TV on Amazon and Roku.

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