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“If the facts don’t fit the theory, change the facts”
Albert Einstein

The First  Guest is Selena Mitchem  she is a native of Upstate SC where she graduated from Southern Wesleyan University in Business Administration.  She is in her 10th year career in Human Resources and has experience supporting large, diverse workforces of 500+ employees in multiple locations. She currently holds a position as a Human Resource Compliance Administrator for a local distribution company where she is able to utilize her talent in developing safety training.

1) If you keep doing the same things, you'll get the same results over and over.

2) It usually takes an informed perspective to pin-point the flaw in your technique or approach.

The fellow that is getting plenty of interviews but no offers has a different problem than the one who can't get an interview at all. And neither of them has the same problem as the guy who gets right down to the wire on an offer only to be shut out at the last minute or the one who keeps hearing that he is overqualified.

If you've been out of work for 3 months or more, or keep getting eliminated at the same point in the hiring process, you should consider having your job search tactics and marketing materials reviewed by a qualified employment coach. By qualified I mean someone who has both in-depth hiring experience as well as experience helping job seekers find and land jobs.