About Paul MacKenzie-Cummins

CareerMatters was founded in 2006 by Paul MacKenzie-Cummins MICG (Member Institute of Careers Guidance), regarded as one of the UK’s leading career’s advice and guidance writers and specialist PR consultant for the UK recruitment industry (see MacKenzieCummins Communications website.

Since 2006 Paul has been the leading advice writer for Monster.com and CareerBuilder.com – the two biggest careers website in the world – tackling all aspects of workplace and management issues, job seeking, career change and hiring trends.

Paul’s writing is targeted at a cross section of readers; from recently qualified graduate job seekers and disillusioned youngsters to parents returning to work after raising a family and senior executives who have been hit the hardest by the wave of redundancies suring the current recession.

In 2006, 2007 and 2008 his writing contributed to Monster winning the Best Employment Advice on the Internet Award for an unprecedented three times beating the likes of The Guardian, Learn Direct and Personnel Today on each occasion. And his work was a runner-up for the same award in 2009.

In 2009 Paul was a nominee in the prestigious HR Journalist of the Year Award and Recruitment, Retention & Motivation Journalist of the Year Award.

Paul has been commissioned to write more than 500 careers advice and guidance articles for a number of publications, from regional and national newspapers to industry publications and various career-specific websites in the UK and USA.

Recently, Paul was the Technical Editor for career psychologist Dr Rob Yeung’s Job Hunting & Career Change for Dummies (John Wiley & Son, 2007). Dr Yeung is better known as the TV psychologist for Channel 4’s Big Brother and the BBC’s Who Would Hire You? series.

Paul is currently writing his first careers book which is due for publication in the autumn of 2010.

Clients include:

Monster (Europe), Bernard Hodes Group, CareerBuilder.com, MSN Careers (Europe), TheLadders, TotalJobs, Lifetracks/YouthNET, The Press Gazette

Contact details:

Paul MacKenzie-Cummins

Tel: (+44) 7772 497 378

Email: paul@mackenzie-cummins.co.uk

Main Your Career Matters website: www.your-career-matters.co.uk

MacKenzie-Cummins Communications: www.mackenzie-cummins.co.uk

Follow me on Twitter or connect wth me on LinkedIn.

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