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Bridges to Life PO Box 570895 Houston, Texas 77257-0895 United States
The Way Back House 6211 Denton Dr. Dallas, Texas 75235-5692 United States
The Headhunter
Babich & Associates


The Job Search Solution
February 28, 2012 12:20pm


Unbeatable Resumes
February 28, 2012 12:21pm


Acing the Interview
February 28, 2012 12:22pm

News: Tony Beshara Blog 
  • ….good for joseph October 20, 2017 10:54pm

    I have known Joseph for more than 20 years. He is a software sales guy and, looking back, I placed him twice in the 20 year period. Being in the software business and being 63 years old, he’s had a really hard time finding a job in software. Unfortunately (nobody admits this) the hiring authorities mostly choose younger kids. But I got to give Joseph credit for the years of determination. There is no doubt that he has been a great sales guy for some really great companies. But the past fe...
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  • …..Why so many people are out of work… and don’t really want to October 13, 2017 10:47pm

    There are 325 million people in the United States. 95 million of them are not in the labor force. 88 million of these people don’t want a job…38 million of these say they are retired, 16 million are ill or disabled, 16 million say they are students, 18 million have simply dropped out of the work force. The number of officially unemployed people who say they’re actually looking for a job is 7.1 million. Consider: There are more welfare recipients and full-time workers in the United States...
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  • ….’cultural fit’ October 6, 2017 10:40pm

    I hear it once a day…a euphemism for age, gender, race, faith, ethnicity…anything you can think of. Few folks will be absolutely open about it. They kind of mumble the words in an uncomfortable, low toned, embarrassing manner, with their revealing guilt. Sometimes, rarely, a good business reason underlies the discrimination. Thirty or so years ago, I remember the owner of a trucking company telling me he wanted to hire an overweight, older lady to do the front office scheduling and b...
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  • …TMI October 1, 2017 10:30pm

    It happened twice this week, and happens all the time. Candidates are asked a reasonable question and give not only Too Much Information, but way too much information and it ends up costing them the job. We had a well-qualified candidate for senior-level inside sales manager’s job. She made it past the first interview and when she went to the second interview for some reason or another she felt compelled to explain to the female hiring manager why she wore a wig. It was a very expensive wi...
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  • …the (almost) $155,000 mistake September 22, 2017 10:18pm

    i got an interview for one of my candidates that i have known for a number of years…he is very picky and the kind of job he needs is very hard to find.. when i told him about the interiew, he started giving me this stuff about..”well, i know them…i wouldn’t work there…they know me…i don’t want to go…i don’t think they can afford me..it doesn’t sound right” blah..blah..blah… i threatened him that if he didn’t go, i woul...
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  • …optimism bias September 17, 2017 9:28pm

    This is the psychological term and condition that causes a person to believe that they are at less of a risk of experiencing a bad outcome than most, and more likely to believe that they are luckier than most to have a positive outcome. This bias shows up in all kinds of issues. For instance, most smokers believe they are a lot less likely to get cancer from smoking than other smokers. The vast majority of drivers think that they are in the top 20% of quality drivers. Most people think they̵...
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