Rhona Bronson

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Rhona Bronson has spent more than 30 years in various marketing and communications positions with well-known consumer product and media brands. After being laid off as a Senior VP of Marketing in 2009, she started her own business marketing consulting company in North Jersey. She hung up her entrepreneurial hat after being recruited to lead a marketing group for a well-known regional newspaper in South Jersey. Laid off again in 2013, she conducted a focused job search resulting in her newest position as Director of Marketing for the Delaware River and Bay Authority. Follow her on Twitter - @marketingplaza.

The Pros of Professional Job Coaches

The Pros of Professional Job Coaches

Never turn down free career coaching

Job coaches come in many varieties. The best ones are paid by your ex-employer and help you organize yourself for a successful, shortened job search. Read More »

3 Free Easy Ways To Brave The Digital World

3 Free Easy Ways To Brave The Digital World

You 'can' teach an old dog new tricks. Pick one and learn it

Three tips to become more digitally savvy and position yourself better for the current jobs marketplace. Read More »

4 Ways to Get Over Your Fear of Cold Calls

4 Ways to Get Over Your Fear of Cold Calls

Follow this step-by-step guide to banish fear of cold calls

Tips for using the phone effectively as a networking tool rather than wasting time at endless networking events. Read More »

Making Hard Career Choices

Making Hard Career Choices

How to write your own life story

A philosopher's view on how hard career choices are a Godsend instead of a curse and help us define the life we really want. Read More »

5 Tips To The Summer Job Of Your Dreams

5 Tips To The Summer Job Of Your Dreams

Trends are strong for 2014

New report shows positive trends for teens seeking summer employment and provides tips for job seekers of all ages. Read More »

How to Find Your Beeline to Job Success

How to Find Your Beeline to Job Success

An insider's take on the world of spelling bees

There's a lot to learn about work from a spelling bee. Read More »

How A Sales Guy Sold Himself Into A Job After Two Layoffs

How A Sales Guy Sold Himself Into A Job After Two Layoffs

Sales is not secure, but that is what makes it so interesting

A sales veteran shows how he positioned himself into a new job after a recent layoff. Selling yourself is no easy task even for a salesman! Read More »

Why Not To Pick Up The Phone When Unemployed

Why Not To Pick Up The Phone When Unemployed

Real-world advice from a successful jobseeker

When job hunting, it's hard not to pick up the phone when it rings. But, there are solid reasons to let calls go to voice mail. Here are reasons why. Read More »

How I Learned Creative Resilience From My Mother

How I Learned Creative Resilience From My Mother

A weeklong AOL Jobs celebration of moms and their work

How a mother of the early twentieth century serves as a mentor to her daughter navigating the world of the twenty first century. Read More »

Why Seasonal Work Isn't Just For Students Anymore

Why Seasonal Work Isn't Just For Students Anymore

Four types of people who benefit from seasonal work

Why seasonal employment appeals to a widening variety of workers. In today's working world, seasonal work is not just for students anymore. Read More »

5 Tips to Fight Job Hunt Insanity

5 Tips to Fight Job Hunt Insanity

How simple organization tools give you a sense of control

How to organize yourself for success when job hunting and unemployed. Five simple tools to give you a better sense of control. Read More »

10 Tips From a Top Recruiter

10 Tips From a Top Recruiter

How to position yourself for job hunting success

A top recruiter in the Education Technology field shares 10 tips for candidates to position themselves for job hunting success. Read More »

Build Self-Confidence with Resume Addendum

Build Self-Confidence with Resume Addendum

A resume tool to differentiate yourself in the job market

How to use a Resume Addendum as an extra tool to supplement your resume when appealing to prospective employers and recruiters. Read More »

How to Stay Motivated When Unemployed

How to Stay Motivated When Unemployed

Tips from legendary basketball coach Bobby Hurley

How job hunters can learn motivation from the famous coach who builds winning teams from the ranks of disenfranchised teens. Read More »

5 Lessons To Learn On Your First Job

5 Lessons To Learn On Your First Job

Prepare to be overwhelmed and underpaid on your first job

You'll learn a lot on your first job -- ranging from learning to work with difficult people to how manage yourself. It's not your boss's job to make you happy. Read More »

How to Get a Job Without a Degree

How to Get a Job Without a Degree

Tips to compete in a crowded labor pool

Tips to gain qualifications for jobs that require degrees when you don't have the desired accreditations. Read More »

4 Tips for Giving Your Resume a Facelift

4 Tips for Giving Your Resume a Facelift

Anti-discrimination tactics for your resume

No reason to let people pre-judge you from your resume. Here are some practical easy ways to avoid putting a spotlight on your age or where you live. Read More »

This Resume Tool Got Me a Job in 5 Months

This Resume Tool Got Me a Job in 5 Months

The resume addendum works well if your job history is long

How a new tool - the resume addendum - can help set your resume apart from the pack, especially for the older unemployed. Read More »

Game On For The Older Unemployed

Game On For The Older Unemployed

Resume addendums and other new tricks for older jobseekers

A successful job seeker shares her tips on cover letters, time sensitivity and resumes for the older worker. These tips apply to people of all ages. Read More »

Sunday Night Live! Jobs Week Kick-Off [VIDEO REPLAY]

Hear from a successful job seeker how she got her job

Join a panel for a live conversation about how to conduct a successful job search. Read More »

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