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Tom Payne knows why most job seekers interview the wrong way and how to guide them to reverse their course and out-interview better-qualified competitors. His show will cover, among other things, networking, informational interviewing, winning attitudes, and developing a personal marketing package. Tom, and job experts, will discuss practical ways to get you back on your feet in a job market that has yet to recover.

Latest Episodes

You’re Hired – The Ins and Outs of Resumes

Resumes provoke a great deal of questions. Should I write a functional, chronological, or hybrid resume? What do I do to make my resume survive the filtering programs companies use to hone in on a select few candidates? I'm over fifty years old, how far back do I go with my resume? I'm just getting out of school, what can I put on my resume? Should I use a service to help me write a better resume? How important are resumes? These are some of the questions this show will answer as it arms jobseekers with powerful job-search tools. (http://www.tompayne.com)

32 MIN2014 JAN 13
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You’re Hired – The Ins and Outs of Resumes

You’re Hired – Coping Strategies: Winning the Inner Struggle

The war we must win is the one fought within (http://www.tompayne.com). This tagline of mine applies to many fields and certainly to the area of job search. But sometimes job loss is such an unexpected crushing blow that it is next-to-impossible for an individual to overcome the shock of this devastating loss on their own. So what are they to do? Grit their teeth and hope for the best? How about taking advantage of the coping mechanisms that Professor Michael Milco discusses. His 18 years of counseling, and his broad experience, make this a show (http://webtalkradio.net/internet-talk-radio/youre-hired/)you don't want to miss.

31 MIN2014 JAN 6
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You’re Hired – Coping Strategies: Winning the Inner Struggle

You’re Hired – Social Media: Networking and Developing Your Brand

Far from being a waste of your time, social media sites, like LinkedIn, are a powerful resource for networking and developing your brand. This show teaches you how to use these sites most effectively and what to avoid as well.

32 MIN2013 DEC 30
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You’re Hired – Social Media: Networking and Developing Your Brand

You’re Hired – Fearless Networking

Everyone knows, or has heard, how networking is the key to finding the job. (http://www.tompayne.com) If that is true, then why do people spend so little time networking and then hate doing it whenever they do? It is because networking events are an alien environment, filled with strangers who the jobseeker is convinced are not interested in them or their situation. We need to change this mindset by planning, rehearsing and getting to the point where we become fearless networkers. Fearless Networking (http://www.rightrackcoaching.com) is the name of a class taught by TM Napa at the Career Transitions Center of Chicago (http://www.ctcchicago.org). It is three weeks long and takes you through three stages. In this show TM will tell you how to go through these three stages that take her students from fearful networkers to fearless networkers.

35 MIN2013 DEC 23
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You’re Hired – Fearless Networking

You’re Hired – Gaining Access to the Hidden Job Market

Many jobs never get posted, because they are filled by networking. Informational interviewing allows you to gain access to this job market, and there are techniques that can be used that make this both much easier and far more fun.

36 MIN2013 DEC 16
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You’re Hired – Gaining Access to the Hidden Job Market

You’re Hired – Myers-Briggs and Job Search

The Myers-Briggs (http://www.myersbriggs.org/my-mbti-personality-type/mbti-basics/ )Type Indicator is used by an army of career coaches to help job search candidates find the best opportunity. In this show one of the Myers-Briggs thought leaders, Dr. Jane Kise (http://www.janekise.com ), discusses with Tom (http://www.tompayne.com) how she uses type to coach her clients. She also discusses how she uses her own research in the field called "Life Keys" to introduce the element of spirituality into this conversation in a way that is acceptable to all faiths, and to agnostics and atheists as well.

31 MIN2013 DEC 9
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You’re Hired – Myers-Briggs and Job Search

You’re Hired – Articulating Your Strengths

Until you can articulate your strengths to a potential employer, how will you be able to convey the positive impact you can have on their organization? Learn an exercise to help you discover your strengths and how your strengths can guide you toward a more fulfilling, engaged career.

29 MIN2013 DEC 1
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You’re Hired – Articulating Your Strengths

You’re Hired – Job Search for the Disabled

Kerry Obrist, the CEO and owner of More Access Solutions (http://www.moreaccesssolutions.com ), is legally blind. Her disability came upon her when she was thirty years old and it suddenly made all that she had previously studied and worked for--being a school psychologist--irrelevant. Her story and the unique issues surrounding job search (http://www.tompayne.com) for the disabled are covered in this show. This is a much-needed topic, because 1 in 5 Americans have some disability and the unemployment rate (http://www.bls.gov/cps/cpsdisability.htm/)among the disabled is staggeringly high.

35 MIN2013 NOV 25
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You’re Hired – Job Search for the Disabled

You’re Hired – Plan to Work, Work Your Plan

The goal is to find the best opportunity as effectively (http://www.tompayne.com ) and efficiently as possible. Long layoffs can be financially painful both in the short- and long-term. To limit the amount of downtime we need to focus on the most important job search issues in a manner that is somewhat sequential. Anita Jenke, the Executive Director of the Career Transitions Center of Chicago, shares the type of plan that is taught by this organization and invites jobseekers to download some of the free job search tools their web site offers. Please visit ctchicago.org (http://ctchicago.org )to take advantage of these tools that will enable you to develop and follow your own plan. Among the many topics this show discusses are: the plan's initial focus of the person who is looking for work; how to deal with the emotional impact that can sideline a successful job search (http://www.tompayne.com/blog ); where networking and informational interviewing fit into the plan; the value statem...

33 MIN2013 NOV 18
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You’re Hired – Plan to Work, Work Your Plan

You’re Hired – Over 40 and Hired

Many jobseekers over 40 years of age are frightened about their prospects of finding work. They hear on the news the following constant refrain: those who are over 40 are out of work for a longer period of time than those who are younger. But this same statistic means those who are over 40 are being hired and, therefore, these jobseekers need to focus on the elements of successful job search if they want to shorten the amount of time they spend between jobs. This show will feature tips from Steven Steinfeld who gives a seminar entitled, "Over 40 and Hired." It will cover interviewing, (http://www.tompayne.com/no-medal-for-second-place.html) resumes, informational interviewing, networking (http://www.tompayne.com/blog/ ), the importance of staying sharp and current during this job search period and more.

31 MIN2013 NOV 11
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You’re Hired – Over 40 and Hired

Latest Episodes

You’re Hired – The Ins and Outs of Resumes

Resumes provoke a great deal of questions. Should I write a functional, chronological, or hybrid resume? What do I do to make my resume survive the filtering programs companies use to hone in on a select few candidates? I'm over fifty years old, how far back do I go with my resume? I'm just getting out of school, what can I put on my resume? Should I use a service to help me write a better resume? How important are resumes? These are some of the questions this show will answer as it arms jobseekers with powerful job-search tools. (http://www.tompayne.com)

32 MIN2014 JAN 13
Comments
You’re Hired – The Ins and Outs of Resumes

You’re Hired – Coping Strategies: Winning the Inner Struggle

The war we must win is the one fought within (http://www.tompayne.com). This tagline of mine applies to many fields and certainly to the area of job search. But sometimes job loss is such an unexpected crushing blow that it is next-to-impossible for an individual to overcome the shock of this devastating loss on their own. So what are they to do? Grit their teeth and hope for the best? How about taking advantage of the coping mechanisms that Professor Michael Milco discusses. His 18 years of counseling, and his broad experience, make this a show (http://webtalkradio.net/internet-talk-radio/youre-hired/)you don't want to miss.

31 MIN2014 JAN 6
Comments
You’re Hired – Coping Strategies: Winning the Inner Struggle

You’re Hired – Social Media: Networking and Developing Your Brand

Far from being a waste of your time, social media sites, like LinkedIn, are a powerful resource for networking and developing your brand. This show teaches you how to use these sites most effectively and what to avoid as well.

32 MIN2013 DEC 30
Comments
You’re Hired – Social Media: Networking and Developing Your Brand

You’re Hired – Fearless Networking

Everyone knows, or has heard, how networking is the key to finding the job. (http://www.tompayne.com) If that is true, then why do people spend so little time networking and then hate doing it whenever they do? It is because networking events are an alien environment, filled with strangers who the jobseeker is convinced are not interested in them or their situation. We need to change this mindset by planning, rehearsing and getting to the point where we become fearless networkers. Fearless Networking (http://www.rightrackcoaching.com) is the name of a class taught by TM Napa at the Career Transitions Center of Chicago (http://www.ctcchicago.org). It is three weeks long and takes you through three stages. In this show TM will tell you how to go through these three stages that take her students from fearful networkers to fearless networkers.

35 MIN2013 DEC 23
Comments
You’re Hired – Fearless Networking

You’re Hired – Gaining Access to the Hidden Job Market

Many jobs never get posted, because they are filled by networking. Informational interviewing allows you to gain access to this job market, and there are techniques that can be used that make this both much easier and far more fun.

36 MIN2013 DEC 16
Comments
You’re Hired – Gaining Access to the Hidden Job Market

You’re Hired – Myers-Briggs and Job Search

The Myers-Briggs (http://www.myersbriggs.org/my-mbti-personality-type/mbti-basics/ )Type Indicator is used by an army of career coaches to help job search candidates find the best opportunity. In this show one of the Myers-Briggs thought leaders, Dr. Jane Kise (http://www.janekise.com ), discusses with Tom (http://www.tompayne.com) how she uses type to coach her clients. She also discusses how she uses her own research in the field called "Life Keys" to introduce the element of spirituality into this conversation in a way that is acceptable to all faiths, and to agnostics and atheists as well.

31 MIN2013 DEC 9
Comments
You’re Hired – Myers-Briggs and Job Search

You’re Hired – Articulating Your Strengths

Until you can articulate your strengths to a potential employer, how will you be able to convey the positive impact you can have on their organization? Learn an exercise to help you discover your strengths and how your strengths can guide you toward a more fulfilling, engaged career.

29 MIN2013 DEC 1
Comments
You’re Hired – Articulating Your Strengths

You’re Hired – Job Search for the Disabled

Kerry Obrist, the CEO and owner of More Access Solutions (http://www.moreaccesssolutions.com ), is legally blind. Her disability came upon her when she was thirty years old and it suddenly made all that she had previously studied and worked for--being a school psychologist--irrelevant. Her story and the unique issues surrounding job search (http://www.tompayne.com) for the disabled are covered in this show. This is a much-needed topic, because 1 in 5 Americans have some disability and the unemployment rate (http://www.bls.gov/cps/cpsdisability.htm/)among the disabled is staggeringly high.

35 MIN2013 NOV 25
Comments
You’re Hired – Job Search for the Disabled

You’re Hired – Plan to Work, Work Your Plan

The goal is to find the best opportunity as effectively (http://www.tompayne.com ) and efficiently as possible. Long layoffs can be financially painful both in the short- and long-term. To limit the amount of downtime we need to focus on the most important job search issues in a manner that is somewhat sequential. Anita Jenke, the Executive Director of the Career Transitions Center of Chicago, shares the type of plan that is taught by this organization and invites jobseekers to download some of the free job search tools their web site offers. Please visit ctchicago.org (http://ctchicago.org )to take advantage of these tools that will enable you to develop and follow your own plan. Among the many topics this show discusses are: the plan's initial focus of the person who is looking for work; how to deal with the emotional impact that can sideline a successful job search (http://www.tompayne.com/blog ); where networking and informational interviewing fit into the plan; the value statem...

33 MIN2013 NOV 18
Comments
You’re Hired – Plan to Work, Work Your Plan

You’re Hired – Over 40 and Hired

Many jobseekers over 40 years of age are frightened about their prospects of finding work. They hear on the news the following constant refrain: those who are over 40 are out of work for a longer period of time than those who are younger. But this same statistic means those who are over 40 are being hired and, therefore, these jobseekers need to focus on the elements of successful job search if they want to shorten the amount of time they spend between jobs. This show will feature tips from Steven Steinfeld who gives a seminar entitled, "Over 40 and Hired." It will cover interviewing, (http://www.tompayne.com/no-medal-for-second-place.html) resumes, informational interviewing, networking (http://www.tompayne.com/blog/ ), the importance of staying sharp and current during this job search period and more.

31 MIN2013 NOV 11
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You’re Hired – Over 40 and Hired
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