Joshua Waldman
Name: Joshua Waldman Twitter:@JoshuaWaldmanLinkedIn:/in/JoshuaWaldmanPersonal Website/Blog:www.careerenlightenment.netBio: Joshua Waldman is an Author, Speaker and Trainer specializing in helping people re-gain control of their careers in today’s economic and technology climate. As the author of Job Searching With Social Media for Dummies, he enjoys presenting keynotes and workshops on personal branding, online reputation and advanced LinkedIn strategy. With the mission of helping professionals break away from outdated and ineffective job-searching strategies, he runs CareerEnlightenment.com, which won the About.com Reader's Choice award for best career blog in 2013. Joshua has been featured on ABC News, CBS, Forbes, Mashable, and International Business Times. What's your favorite career related quote?“You don't ‘belong to’ any company for life, and your chief affiliation isn't to any particular ‘function.’ You're not defined by your job title and you're not confined by your job description.” (Tom Peters, Fast Company 1997) What's your favorite part about being a CAREEREALISM-Approved Career Expert? The program gives me a chance to really listen to job seekers. There is a difference between what I think job-seekers need, and what they REALLY need. I appreciate the exposure and connection with clients. Articles written by this expert:You WILL Get Googled… Are You Afraid?Top 3 Reasons People Don’t Use Social Media for Job SearchTop 5 Keyword Sources for Your Personal BrandGot MBA to Hammer Nails3 Reasons Why LinkedIn is NOT the Only Way to Get a JobTop 3 Mistakes People Make on LinkedIn3 Questions All Hiring Managers Asks Themselves When Considering YOU for the JobRules of Intimacy for Social MediaSocial Media Means You Can’t Hide4 Questions About Twitter Job SeekingHealing Tips for the Broken Hearted Job SeekerIs Your Brand the Ultimate Narcissism?The Death of the Verb, Rise of the NounHow LinkedIn’s Twitter Integration Has Changed LinkedInStanding Out in a Job SearchHow to Create a Personal Brand Without Being a JerkThere is No ‘I’ in Your Personal Brand!Your LinkedIn Profile Picture Maybe Killing Your Job Prospects3 Ways to Demonstrate Your Value in a Job SearchA Case Against Multiple LinkedIn Profiles2 Strategies for Combating Ageism on Your LinkedIn Profile PhotoThe TRUTH About Not Qualifying for a Job5 Reasons Every Job Seeker Should BlogTrust Your Strategy, Not LinkedInJob Seekers, Lock Down Your Facebook NOW!Who is Talking About You Online?4 Essentials for Reaching Out to Strangers on LinkedInThe 5 Tenets of Career Enlightenment10 Differences Between the Job Search of Today and of YesterdayHow High-school Students Are Better at Getting Jobs than Most ProfessionalsConfessions of a Lapsed Diagnosed Dyslexic3 Secrets to Sending a LinkedIn Invitation that Works Everytime3 LinkedIn Profile Settings You Probably Don’t Know About But ShouldFollowing Up After an Interview With Social Media? Every Generation Struggles With Social MediaWhat to Do if a Company Asks for Your Facebook PasswordLinkedIn Headlines: What Not to Do3 Common LinkedIn Mistakes Job Seekers MakeHow to Organize Your Job Research with ‘Delicious’Want a Job? Make Sure You’ve Got a Good HookAre Employers Spying on You With Facebook?Fighting Age Discrimination With LinkedInDoes Your Flaky Job History Matter to Recruiters?10 Things You Need to Know About Today’s Job SearchWhy Every Job Seeker Should Have a Blog10 Social Media Must-Dos for College Students5 Reasons Non-Job Seekers Should Be On LinkedInHow To Complain About Your Boss On Facebook – And Not Get FiredHow To Ask For LinkedIn RecommendationsDon’t Let Your Job Title Define You3 LinkedIn Tips For Career ChangersHow To Pick LinkedIn Skills That Get The Attention Of Employers3 Ways The New LinkedIn Contacts Can Help You Find A Job
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Let’s face facts… Most engineers are introverts. We tend to be quiet, reserved, thoughtful, and recluse.

The old joke — how do you identify an extroverted engineer? She looks at your shoes instead of her own.

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