I’d like to name this person who gives job and career advice because this person is perceived and put forth as a career expert, and because of where she “resides,” her career information is supposedly trustworthy.
She’s dispensing career information on resumes, interviews, and all things related to finding a job, but to name her would be unprofessional.
I noticed that for writing a resume, she advocates using an objective . They are SO dead for lack of information, specifics, and insight into the individual. Furthermore, the ones she provides will get you nowhere because your resume got tossed into the trash. A quick run through other parts of her career advice to job seekers wasn’t any more reassuring.
So just because someone is out there as an career coach and expert, doesn’t mean they are. And if you have no idea who I am and have never worked with me, that means me too. The best way is look for free career advice information – subscribe to the person’s newsletter, see if they offer free reports, find articles they may have written on how to find a job and all the issues that entails.
And it goes without saying that you shouldn’t believe everything you read in the career newsletters either.