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Posted By Administration, Wednesday, August 5, 2020
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Did you get your copy of Spotlight Magazine Monday? The current month's edition and a full year of archives are always available in the Member Library section of In addition to the magazine you will also find the current year PARWCC member logos and links to the powerful branding kit - the Marketing Gearbox - all on the same page.

You can also follow your favorite columnists in their online blogs, a great place to ask them questions. And talking about questions, member Carolyn Kleinman poses one for all of us near the bottom of this newsletter.

Nothing To Hide

You don’t have to work very hard to see that my man Elton has a considerable challenge on his hands. After a four-year gap, he was finally authorized to work in the US. How that gap gets handled is a key to communicating his marketability, especially since he works in IT.

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Time To Talk Personal Brands
Moderators Renk and Savany lead this spirited group through discussions focused on the needs of those newer to the industry. Thursday's session will lead off with "Personal and Professional Branding." This a group open to all PARWCC active members.
Reserve Your Place

Historic Meeting of Minds - Block and Enelow

1 pm ET Wednesday, August 19

Jay invites Industry icon Wendy Enelow, a key founding member of PARW, and one of the nation’s top experts on résumés and the business of résumé writing.   Jay and Wendy created the very first CPRW program back in 1992, two years after PARW was formed.  Between the two, they have written over 40 books that have collectively sold well over a million copies, created countless training and certification programs and, most importantly, Jay and Wendy have helped millions of job seekers, résumé writers, and career coaches, directly and indirectly, achieve their career goals.
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Things We Found Interesting This Week
Military spouses hit extra hard with unemployment during Covid - but it is also creating a new set of opportunities.
Is your client overqualified for the position she wants, or needs? A few tips from placement pros.
Like to have better a Social Media brand? Get going now with the basics in this piece from the US Chamber of Commerce.
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Carolyn Kleiman asks on
Hello! I am seeking some advice-I have been tapped to write resumes for a company-their process is to have me write/revise based on what the client provides then submit a draft which is reviewed by an Editor. I am not sure what the Editor's background is and the feedback seems to be along the lines of grammar mostly, however she has suggested other changes that I am not sure of. For example I have a client who has been promoted and had his overall dates of employment next to company then specific dates for each position, she said to only put years not months, she also said to put a space in between positions. I opted not to due to space and it did not look crowded. Thoughts?
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