14 Tips for Working With Recruiters

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Use these tips to foster fruitful relationships with recruiters and land your next job. When you’re searching for a new job, working with a skilled recruiter can make all the difference. A recruiter can help open doors to your dream company, provide input on your marketing materials, and coach you on what works and doesn’t… Read more »

15 Things You Should NOT Do at an Interview

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If your résumé and cover letter have been impressive enough to get you an interview, the job could be yours—provided you perform well at the interview. Even the most seasoned professional can get flustered and spoil their chances, so with a little preparation, you can avoid these common interview blunders: Not Doing Your Research You… Read more »

8 Do’s And Don’ts When You Apply For A Job Online

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Job board sites like Indeed or SimplyHired make it seem easy to apply for a job online. They have a system that keeps your resumé in tow to readily submit. And many offer One Click Application services, auto-filling your personal information in the designated areas. However, I’m willing to bet you’ve never even received a… Read more »

5 Ways to Make Your Resume Stand Out

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If you have the idea that creating a top-notch resume is difficult today, that’s probably because you’re not aware of some outstanding free tools. The days of traditional paper resumes are over, and now, nearly everyone has the opportunity to craft a creative, artistic document that is striking and distinct. It’s time to make your… Read more »

Tips for Keeping the Job You Have

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One of the comments I get over and over again from unemployed job seekers is to do whatever you can to keep the job you have, unless you’re ready to move on and have a new job lined up. If you are unhappy with your job, before turning in your resignation, take a look at these… Read more »

Job Interview Tips: How to Make a Great Impression

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You have your job interview scheduled—congratulations! Now it’s time to prepare, and we’ve got you covered. In this article you’ll learn: How to practice your answers to interview questions Prepare your own questions for employers Make a great first impression What to bring to the interview Tips on good manners and body language How to… Read more »

What Your LinkedIn Profile Should Look Like in 2018

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Hate to break it to you, but if you’re treating LinkedIn like an old-fashioned Rolodex, you’re doing it wrong. Nearly every industry uses LinkedIn to find and vet job candidates, and over 90% of recruiters rely on the site, according to data from the Society of Human Resource Management. So your profile can’t just be a storage… Read more »

10 Tips For Phone Interview Success

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Due to the overwhelming response most job postings get, many organizations choose to screen applicants in telephone interviews in order to narrow the pool of candidates. This often goes for internal candidates as well. Phone interviewers save organizations time and money. This is especially true when hiring for management and senior executive level positions because… Read more »

What it Really Means to “Tailor Your Resume”

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Applying for a job? You’ve probably heard the advice plenty of times to tailor your resume for the position. But, you might not know exactly how to put it in action. What does tailoring your resume actually involve? How many changes do you need to make? What content should you be focusing on? It might sound… Read more »

How to Make Your Resume Stand Out

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Stop us if this sounds a bit too…familiar for comfort.  You’re perusing your favorite job board and come across the potential job of your dreams.  Excitedly you crack open the electronic version of your most recent resume.  Satisfied there are no glaring errors, you hurriedly upload or attach and hit that submit button, confident you’ll… Read more »