Joined 3 years ago from Metro Atlanta
Who Is Cynthia B. Okonkwo?
I am a wife and a mom who lives in metro-Atlanta and has worked as a Human Resources professional for twenty-seven+ years.
Because people are my passion, my blog was borne out of my desire to provide job search tips and advice, from a spiritual, holistic perspective. I saw other people’s blogs and thought that it might be a great alternative, or springboard, to completing my book. So, here we are today.
I sincerely hope that you enjoy my writings and find them helpful.
13 months ago
One of the easiest-to-avoid resume and cover letter mistakes has cost many job seekers serious consideration for their dream job. This article helps you to make the very best first impression with your target employer by eliminating misspelled and misused words in your resume and cover letter.
3 years ago
With a realistic outlook; patience; and a solid plan, it is absolutely possible to find a good job...even with a criminal record. Don't fret, get help. Know your rights, the resources to use, and the companies that will proudly hire you.
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