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Mary Sherwood Sevinsky
Mary is master’s-prepared and has over 18 years of experience in vocational assessment, counseling and assisting injured workers. Areas of expertise include: Job Placement Assessment and Assistance, Resume Development, Labor Market Surveys, Transitional Return to Work programs.
What’s your favorite career related quote?
“Whether you think you can or think you can’t – you’re right… ” (Henry Ford)
What’s your favorite part about being a CAREEREALISM-Approved Career Expert?
I love being part of a group of people who share the same passion and appreciation for vocation.
Articles written by this expert:
9 Reasons You Need a Resume (Even if You Have a Job)
VACATION Vocations? How to Live & Work in a Resort Area
4 Types of Job Attitudes – Which One Are You?
New City and No Job? 5 Steps to Finding Work
6 Tips for Working Women with Families
5 Words You Don’t Want to Be Caught Saying After a Layoff
Personal Branding for Dummies
Jobless During the Holidays? 7 Stages You’ll Go Through to Cope
Jobless During Holidays: PART II (Practical Suggestions for Coping)
Is a Raise in Your Future for 2010?
14 Tips for Working at Home
Extreme Job Change: One Woman’s Story
5 Reasons to Follow-up in Your Job Search
Resume Tips for a Career Change
How to Screw Up at a Career Fair
Proof of the Hidden Job Market
Injured Workers Need Guidance to Return to Work
Don’t Forget to Find These When Starting a New Job!
How to Sell Yourself and Get Hired
5 Ways to Get a Job
4 Ways To Have A Productive Job Search