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Amy Schofield Earns First-Ever Academy Certified Profile Writer Credential

Amy Schofield Earns First-Ever Academy Certified Profile Writer (ACPW) Credential December 2016 – Now, more than ever, employers and hiring professionals are using social media to review candidates. According to the 2015 Jobvite Recruiter Nation report, 80% of recruiters use LinkedIn® to evaluate and engage talent, 50% use Facebook®, and 43% use Twitter®. But how do job […]

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Military Spouse Resume Experts Share 8 Great Resume Tips

Tips from Military Spouse Resume Experts: Military spouse resume experts from the Military Spouse Resume Writers’ Coalition share their top tips for military spouses, who often have a difficult time creating a cohesive resume due to numerous relocations. Thank you to one of our military spouse resume writing colleagues, Michelle Aikman, and the Military Officers […]

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Portable Business – Military Families Magazine

Building a Successful Portable Business: Amy Schofield provides tips for others who would like to start their own portable business. Special thanks to Military Families Magazine for interviewing Schofield Strategies. Check out their Spouses’ Corner section on page 10 of the October 2015 issue. Learn more about: How Amy started her business. The type of clients […]

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Amy Schofield was Interviewed by the Milspo Project

Amy Schofield was interviewed by the Milspo Project Amy Schofield was interviewed by the Milspo Project about military spouse entrepreneurship! During this interview, Amy discusses topics including career challenges, when she knew entrepreneurship was right for her, advice for people wanting to start a business, potential obstacles as a military spouse, and the importance of […]

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G.I. Jobs Article – After the Interview

Amy Schofield was featured in G.I. Jobs’ article “What to Do After the Interview.”   Make sure you head on over to G.I. Jobs for answers to the following post-interview questions: When should you follow up? Should you write a thank you note? What to avoid doing after the interview? What if you don’t want […]

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