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Debra Wheatman

Debra Wheatman, president of Careers Done Write, is globally recognized as an expert in advanced career search techniques. She helps clients obtain highly desired interviews for competitive positions.

The Art Of Negotiating: What You Need To Know

Negotiating is an art, no doubt. Done correctly it will lead to victory. Done poorly it could lead to failure. Here are a few things you need to know.

How To Get A Hiring Manager’s Name

How do you get a hiring manager's name? I won’t lie; getting a name is tough, very tough. It can be done, though! Here are seven ways.

6 Leadership Traits You (The Employee) Need To Develop On-The-Job

Everyone, even if their job doesn't have a leadership component right now, should consider developing the following leadership traits.

3 Easy Steps To A Quick Cover Letter Makeover

Do you recycle the same cover letter? Perhaps you use a (drab) template. Follow these three easy steps for a cover letter makeover to get you an interview.

How To Make Your Resume Pop, Not Flop

So many common errors will immediately send your resume into the trash. Here's how to make your resume pop, not flop.

Gaping Gap? How To Plug Holes In Your Work History

What do you do if you have resume gaps? Everyone has hiccups in their work history. Learn how to effectively address them on a resume.

How To Explain A Low GPA In An Interview

What do you do when your interviewer asks about your grades? No 4.0? No worries! Find out how to explain your low GPA in an interview.

You Can Do So Much Better Than That… At Work

Life and work become so busy that many don’t make time to devise a strategy and plan to meet goals. Here are some tips for being more efficient.

Don’t Let Workplace Rejection Get You Down

How you handle workplace rejection can serve as the cornerstone for short- and long-term success. It’s time to ‘man-up,’ as they say! Here are some tips.

3 Easy Tips For Cover Letter Therapy

Ah… the dreaded resume cover letter! Before you begin to draft your cover letter, you must dig deep. Read these tips for cover letter therapy.