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Fast Company

Online job applications have taken the focus off of the cover letter, but that doesn’t mean it’s not important. READ STORY

 

Portland career coach out with new book to guide your job search

Merryn Roberts-Huntley explains why your should ditch the resume with Portland NBC affiliate KGW8. VIEW CLIP

 

The Globe and Mail

How to get rated as a high-potential employee — There’s a formula for getting rated as high potential within your company. Human resource planning (HRP) happens in most companies... READ STORY

 

Girlboss

Today, though, a career development plan can be a legitimately useful tool for anyone—no matter your career stage. Learn these 5 “buckets” of tasks to develop the best career plan ever... READ STORY

 

Mac’s List - “Find Your Dream Job” Podcast

Get Merryn's tips on how to nail your first impression when interviewing for a new job on the Mac’s List "Find Your Dream Job" podcast. LISTEN TO PODCAST

 

SELF

6 Women Share Their Real-Life Salary Negotiation Experiences — Asking for more doesn’t have to be scary. Here, six women share stories of the times they’ve successfully negotiated salary—complete with the specific strategies they used to do so... READ STORY

 

Portland Business Journal

University of Oregon Marketing Instructor, Merryn Roberts-Huntley, founder of Made To Hire, provides practical guidance on everything from personal brand building to interviewing to ultimately reaching personal career goals faster... READ FEATURE

 

Boly:Welch

The Virtual Impression You Need To Make — What you might not realize is even if you have the perfect resume, if you make the wrong virtual first impression, you’ll never get past GO. My formula for the perfect virtual first impression has four parts… READ STORY

 

University of Oregon

Started in 2017, Made To Hire is a career coaching firm that helps young professionals move from “looking good on paper” to actually getting the career they want… READ FEATURE