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Karen Burn's Working Girl Book & Blog Are Both a Smash

1 October 2009 Written by: Jorge Lazaro Diaz 3 Comments
Karen Burn's Working Girl Book & Blog Are Both a Smash

Earlier in the week I commented on Miriam Salpeter’s Keppie Career blog and her review of Karen Burn’s book “The Amazing Adventures of Working Girl: Real-Life Career Advice You Can Actually Use.” I love that title.   That led to Karen, the author herself, commenting on my site.  (We bloggers really like that.)  Then I started following her on Twitter (maybe she’ll following me back ;-)). I’ve since discovered she has as super blog with articles that have been picked up by U.S. News.  Not bad!

Anyway, the point I’m actually trying to make is that Karen posted What to Do if Your Job Interviewer is Incompetent at US News last week and it is full of valuable tidbits. It references two other articles she’s published at US News : 20 Ways to Annoy Your Job Interviewer and 5 resume tips for job hoppers.

She is definitely a blog for job seekers to follow. I’ve added her to the CareerJockey.org Blogs I Like section in hopes of driving as may folks as possible to some valuable content.

Hope this helps!

Jorge Lazaro Diaz

Jorge Lazaro Diaz is the "Original" Career Jockey who started this blog and now serves as the Managing Editor. You'll find he enjoys focusing on professional and personal development articles and frequently covers motivational and spiritual topics.

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  • Working Girl said:

    Thanks, Jorge, for the plugs and links! Really appreciate it.

  • Jim Edwards said:

    Thanks for sharing the blog!

  • Jorge Lázaro Díaz
    Jorge Lázaro Díaz (author) said:

    Finished your Working Girl book and wrote my own book review. The book’s a winner.

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