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The 7 Biggest Mistakes Personal Essay Writers Make - Posted March 19, 2012
As an official judge for the Erma Bombeck Writing Competition, Joel Schwartzberg has seen his share of cringe-worthy essays. And, in his latest piece for AvantGuild... [10,000 Words]

The 7 Biggest Mistakes Personal Essay Writers Make - Posted March 19, 2012
As an official judge for the Erma Bombeck Writing Competition, Joel Schwartzberg has seen his share of cringe-worthy essays. And, in his latest piece for AvantGuild... [FishbowlLA]

Revolving Door: Leadership Changes at the 'NY Times,' and More - Posted June 2, 2011
[caption id="attachment_21919" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="Left to right: Baquet, Abramson, Keller. Photo: Fred R. Conrad/The New York Times"][/caption] Jill Abramson has been named the executive editor of ... [FishbowlDC]

Getting Your Resume To A Real Live Human - Posted June 15, 2010
img src="" align="left" vspace="3" width="205" height="136" hspace="7">"Simply sending your resume to an anonymous 'jobs@' email inbox or through a job site and hoping for the best is like trying to get a date by slipping your phone number in with her junk mail," says Joel Schwartzberg in his AvantGuild article, "Getting... [MediaJobsDaily]

TONIGHT: Present Yourself Effectively In Interviews And In The Boardroom - Posted January 19, 2010
New Yorkers, are you doing anything tonight? No? Great, you're coming to's Public Speaking Workshop tonight with writer, new media expert, and coach Joel Schwartzberg. By the end of the four-hour workshop you'll be able to speak in public c... [MediaJobsDaily]