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About Ken Sundheim:
31 year-old business owner of an executive search firm by the name of KAS Placement based in New York City. KAS Placement was started in 2005 from studio apartment by the CEO and now has clients from over 30 countries in 100 different industries .
As a business writer, Ken's articles have been syndicated or published in: WSJ.com, Forbes.com, NYTimes.com, USAToday.com, BusinessInsider.com, About.com, AOL.com, Huffington Post, San Francisco Chronicle, Houston Chronicle, FUSE.tv, CollegeRecruiter.com, Yahoo!, Opednews.com, DallasNews.com, YoungEntrepreneur.com, Entrepreneurs-journey.com, Examiner.com as well as many, many more.
Ken was also the runner-up to be the About.com Sales Career Guide. Interviews have included CBS MoneyWatch.com, FINS.com (WSJ.com Careers), Oprah's MORE (October Issue), About.com and Monster.com.
Ken has also been asked to speak at NYU, Syracuse University's Whitman School of Business as well as at Pace University's Alumni Career Services.
(1 comments) SHARE Friday, May 13, 2011 John D. Rockefeller Teaches The Young Entrepreneur
Owning a business is an uphill battle. The learning curve is steep and the competition is firmly entrenched. Only the strong stand a chance to survive to see their first stress-free, week-long vacation.
(1 comments) SHARE Tuesday, April 12, 2011 4 Sticky Situations Many Job Seekers Find Themselves In
Many job seekers have similar problems that hinder their job search and push back their career progress.
Funny enough, the main deterrent that prevents people from achieving the results they desire from their job search is self-fulfilling: Paranoia that they will not get a job coupled with a steeply declining level of self-confidence can be a vicious circle....
(1 comments) SHARE Thursday, April 7, 2011 Subtle Yet Dreadful Career Mistakes You May Be Making
The most common career mistake people make is taking another job for a little bit more money - and no other reason. Taking a new position that pays a few thousand dollars more makes you feel fresh and energized. However, that excitement will not last forever. A career is a marathon, not a sprint.
SHARE Friday, March 4, 2011 What You Never Knew About Resume Writing
n 2011, almost all resume writers have failed to understand that nearly all resumes are written online. Simply knowing this can give the job seeker an amazing advantage.
(1 comments) SHARE Thursday, January 20, 2011 How To Get The Promotion You Want
As an employee, to get the job promotion and salary raise that you want, it is imperative to begin implementing some changes in your work habits and overall career outlook.
Here are some ways to get the salary raise you want as well as the promotion at the office that you deserve.
(1 comments) SHARE Monday, December 6, 2010 Some Crucial Skills To Learn In Between Jobs
People say finding work is a 9 - 5 job, however they should be spending 5 - 7 on learning certain subjects that will make them more employable and enticing to companies.
SHARE Tuesday, November 30, 2010 Using Consultative Selling To Land The Job
Consultative selling is a sales technique that is aimed at uncovering the needs of a client, then providing a solution, thus not selling at all. What many don't know is that the technique can be used in any interview; it can be used very successfully.