Robin Ryan, known as America’s Top Career Expert, is a prolific writer of articles and books. She has four #1 Wall Street Journal and Amazon bestselling career books with four others top sellers.
She currently publishes a weekly column in Forbes.com covering a wide range of job search and career topics. Below is a selection of her most recent and popular articles for all topics.
Not everyone using LinkedIn is looking for a job. Today, John sought my help as he is the CEO and Founder of his own company.
“I’m over 60 and I worry that I’m not landing a job because of my age,” said Ann, a Senior HR Director who called me
Salary Negotiations Can Be Tricky In Today’s Job Market: Here’s How To Secure Top Dollar From An Employer
The largest salary increase you are likely to obtain in your career comes when you quit your job and go to work for another employer,
Resume Writing is never easy. You must understand how to craft your resume to quickly grab an employer’s attention in 20 seconds or less. Most
Valerie, 59, is a human resources manager, working at a prominent company, who had asked for my help in writing her resume. She said, “I
Writing a persuasive resume is challenging for most people. Yet, a top-quality resume that effectively sells your skills and accomplishments to an employer is essential
“We would like you to come in for an interview.” Those wonderful words are what every job hunter wants to hear. Kathy, 55, an HR
I just worked with Dave, a Baby Boomer client who had his resume written by a service, and they made his resume look sharp, eye-catching,
Today’s job market is very competitive, so you need a way to stand out. “The biggest mistake many job hunters are currently making is that
Today, my first phone call was from a Baby Boomer who asked if she really needs a LinkedIn profile? She was not job hunting, and
Are you underestimating how challenging online job interviewing is? Tim was. In the last year, this Baby Boomer had gone on 10 executive-level interviews and
Yesterday I was finishing up an Interview Coaching session with a Baby Boomer client when she asked, “What should I do about a thank you