ABOUT ME/PRESS MENTIONS

 

 

My name is Mark Anthony Dyson, and I am the Founder of The Voice of Job Seekers. I am a  Career Consultant and Writer, but importantly, a job seeker advocate.

I also present at colleges and other organizations, facilitated many workshops, and regularly write and create useful job search content on this blog. 

I love helping job seekers with the process of finding a career and solve their job search dilemmas. This award-winning blog helps me reach you and your job search in ways I hope you find refreshing and encouraging.

The Voice of Job Seekers is about helping and educating the unemployed, underemployed, and unappreciated job seekers who desire career solutions.  I offer solutions from many angles, unravel employer mysteries, and answer as many questions to help you. I help  job seekers from all educational and cultural backgrounds. Even if you are employed and looking to move on, you will find advice that will fit your situation. I provide individual consultation, coaching, mentoring, and development to give you the voice an employer is waiting to hear. I can customize an affordable package for you and your job search and career management needs.
My background… I have been on both sides of the hiring spectrum as a job seeker and a hiring manager in the call center and retail management world. The last seven years I have counseled, coached, consulted, and mentored hundreds of job seekers with their job search. One of the highlights of my career as a consultant was traveling and training job seekers at Army federal bases on the east coast and Midwest of the United States.
Want to get to know me better? My friend and colleague Hannah Morgan of Career Sherpa, and U.S. World News & Report contributor interviewed me on her Blab show:
I was also on Job Search Radio recently talking about job search mobile tech tools. Jeff Altman and I also talked about job search strategy:

I was interviewed on the Secrets of the Hire podcast about finding your voice in this very noisy job market. Listen and let me know what you think!

 

I have helped hundreds of job seekers with their job search strategies with tools, resources, and coaching . I achieved a B. A in Communications from the University of South Florida, and a MAEd. specializing in Adult Education and Training from the University of Phoenix. It is a perfect marriage of my experience as a Career Consultant, a job search strategist, and as an educator.
I offer solutions through workshops and consultations in the following areas:
Career advice
Career Education Writing and Content
Blogging
Job search strategies
Personal branding
Workshop facilitation
Public speaking
Job search using social media and technology
Here are some of the awards and recognitions I’ve received:
The Top 15 Job Blogs for MillennialsOnlineColleges.org

 

Here are some of the articles I have written for blogs and media outlets:
I have been featured on these media outlets and career blogs:
Perspectives with Monique Caradine, segment Using Social Media for Your Job Search
MidTown Manatee, Have Your Best Resume
ThePragmaticReport.comThe Top Job Search Articles of 2014
You University podcastFind Your Voice & Share Your Story
Feisty Side of Fifty podcast, Interview with Mary Eileen Williams
Arizona State University, Career Links: May 2015
URL Address ListBest 200 Job Search Sites
arbetslos.nu/Jobbpoddar.htm, Job Related podcasts 
Job Search Radio podcast, Technology Tools to Help You Job Hunt

 

Book Contributions
The Best Job Interview Advice Book, DeVay Campbell, MPHR
 5 Easy Ways YOU Can Create an Amazing Online Prescence, Sandra Tedford/Mark Anthony Dyson

 


 

                                     
 

 

About Mark Anthony Dyson

I am a Career Consultant, Host & Producer of "The Voice of Job Seekers podcast, and Founder of the blog by the same name. I help and inspire unemployed, underemployed, and under-appreciated job seekers by finding and creating a voice to be heard by heard employers. I see too many voice-less resumes, cover letters, LinkedIn profiles, and other attempts people attempt to market themselves. In addition to the awards, my advice has appeared in major career sites such as AOL Jobs, You Tern, CAREEREALISM, Come Recommended, and Brazen Careerist. Your Voice. Your Brand. Your next opportunity is waiting to hear from you.