Most Common Interview Mistakes to Avoid

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What shouldn’t you do when interviewing? Here are the most common job interview mistakes, blunders, and errors a candidate for employment can make. Unfortunately, it’s easy to make these mistakes without even realizing it— and many of them are more common than you might think. Take the time to prepare before your interview so you don’t have… Read more »

5 Tips to Help You Grow Within Your Company

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We all want to be the best, right? Well how do we get there?  Here are five helpful tips that will help you to grow and be successful within your company. Be on Time: Do not expect to make a positive impression on your boss if you are showing up late or leaving early every… Read more »

Top 5 Resume Trends 2019

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Each new year brings in a lot of difficulties for job applicants who have to rewrite their job application documents because the resume trends have been changed. This can be quite frustrating for people who have followed a certain standard of writing resumes and cover letters! But if trends have changed, you have to go… Read more »

Entry Level Resume Examples and Writing Tips

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Do you need to write a resume when you’re just starting your career in the workplace? When you are writing a resume for an entry-level position, it will be more general than when you write a resume targeted for a higher level job. What to Include on an Entry Level Resume Writing a resume for… Read more »

5 Ways to Stand Out In Any Interview

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Remember, you’re almost never the only person being interviewed for the job. The hiring manager doesn’t know how special and talented you are or what a good fit you’d be unless you show her. And remember, you’re not the only one trying to prove yourself. Here are 5 tips to make sure you give the… Read more »

5 Reasons Why You Should NEVER Accept a Counter Offer

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So you’ve spent the last several weeks going through the hiring process with your potential new employer, you’ve gotten an offer and you’re delighted. You walk into your Manager’s office to hand in your notice of resignation – “I’m leaving, it’s time to move on.” But your manager asks you to stay. Things will change,… Read more »

From Not to Hot: 2018 Resume Trends to Get Ahead

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While the basic criteria for writing a solid resume will always be the same—well organized, well written, and well edited—jobseekers in 2018 should also be paying attention to new resume trends. Understanding what recruiters are looking for – and liking – in resumes right now is advice that could change your job search in 2018…. Read more »

2018 Interviewing Trends

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Phones screens, video calls, one-on-one and panel interviews are the most common methods companies use to interview candidates. Recruiters and hiring managers try to evaluate candidates’ skills and fit with the company culture, while minimizing time spent on unsuitable candidates and maximizing the match to increase retention. So what can you expect while interviewing in… Read more »

6 Job Search Tips That Are So Basic People Forget Them

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The irony of job search advice: There’s so much available that you don’t have to spend more than four seconds Googling before you land on some nugget of wisdom or another. Yet, at the same time, there’s so much available (some of which completely contradicts other advice you’ll find) that it can easily overwhelm you…. Read more »

10+ Skills to Include on Your Resume

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Salaries are rising, and competition for skilled talent is heating up as companies expand their teams. Although that means it may be easier to find a job, you’ll still need a top-notch resume to land the position you want most. Here are some tips to help you highlight skills on your resume to stand out… Read more »