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Ms. Terry Pile

Results-Oriented Career Coach

The Five O'Clock Club Inc

HQ Phone: (212) 286-4500

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The Five O'Clock Club Inc

45 West 34th Street Suite 1111

New York, New York 10001

United States

Company Description

The Five O'Clock Club offers cutting-edge outplacement solutions through job search and career development coaching, and delivers the highest number of private coaching hours per dollar spent. They have helped 100,000+ people in transition develop and imp ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Principal and Consultant

CAREER ADVISORS

Educator In the Public Schools and Marketing and Public Relations Executive

Ogilvy & Mather

Educator In the Public Schools and Marketing and Public Relations Executive

Valley Medical Center

Affiliations

Member
Association for Training and Development

Member
National Career Development Association

Member
Society of Human Resource Managers

Education

University

Master's degree

Education

Indiana University

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Why the paper resume isn't dead

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If there is some way that you can get a hard copy of your resume to the hiring manager, your chances of getting hired increase significantly, Terry Pile, principal/consultant of Career Advisors, tells Business Insider.
"I always tell my clients to apply online, but then find someone in the company you can fax, hand deliver or snail mail [your resume] to," says Pile.
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An online profile may make you a lot more vulnerable to hiring discrimination, says Pile. For example, hiring managers will be able to critique your appearance based on your profile picture. You risk turning off potential employers if you're considered too young, too old, or overweight.
On the other hand, it's much easier to "manipulate" a resume by omitting specific dates that can reveal your age or playing up certain positions depending on the job you're applying for, according to Pile.
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Pile says: "I always tell my candidates to focus on three things when looking for a job: Update your LinkedIn profile, get your resume up-to-date with keywords, and get the physical resume into the hands of hiring managers."


Media Team

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Terry Pile is a results-oriented career coach with nearly twenty years' experience in corporate, non-profit and entrepreneurial settings. Her areas of expertise include, but are not limited to, healthcare, marketing, education, hospitality, the arts and social services. She is also a member of the National Career Development Association, the Society for Human Resource Managers, and the Association for Training and Development.


Coaches and Speakers

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Turning an internship into a job offer

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How to Turn an Internship into a Job Offer By Terry Pile for The Five O'clock Club
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The Five O'Clock Club

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About Terry Pile
Terry is a results-oriented career coach with nearly twenty years' experience in corporate, non-profit and entrepreneurial settings. She specializes in working with people who want to make a career change, are entering the workforce after a long break or who want to work from home. Her areas of expertise include, but are not limited to, healthcare, marketing, education, hospitality, the arts and social services. Terry completed certification for the Five O'Clock Club Guild of Career Coaches in May 2001.
Career change is not new to Terry. Prior to starting her own career coaching practice, Terry worked as director of public relations/marketing for a healthcare system and senior account manager at Ogilvy & Mather, an international marketing communications company. She also ran her own public relations consulting business and has taught in elementary schools and community colleges. Her work/life experience has prepared her to teach others how to market themselves.
Terry has a Masters Degree in Education from Indiana University and a Certificate in Career Development from the University of Washington. She is a certified career associate for one of the nation's leading outplacement firms and is an active member of the Puget Sound Career Development Association. She is also a member of the National Career Development Association, the Society for Human Resource Managers, and the Association for Training and Development.

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