Three Things You Must Do On LinkedIn At Least Once A Month

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LinkedIn is a powerful career development tool when you have a strategy for when and how to use it. To truly build and nurture your network, you need to interact with members on a daily or weekly basis. To make the most of the platform, there are important actions that you can take less frequently… Read more »

The Three Most Common Resume Mistakes — And How To Fix Them

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The most common resume mistake is to fill a resume with so much meaningless jargon (“Results-oriented professional/Motivated self-starter/Proven track record of success”) that it’s almost impossible for the person reading your resume to determine what you’ve done in your career, or what you’re trying to do. If you stuff corporate-speak jargon into your resume in… Read more »

9 Things You Absolutely Need to Know Before You Job Search

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Landing your next job isn’t going to be easy. But if you learn what human resource professionals are really looking for, you can beat the odds. Human resource professionals have a set of rules, written and unwritten, and the better you learn these rules, the better you can compete and land your next role. There’s a… Read more »

How to Prepare for a Job Interview

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Do you have a job interview on your schedule? There are a number of steps you can take before (and after) the interview to ensure that you make a terrific impression during the interview.   Below are tips on how to prepare for an interview. Advice includes how to research the job and company, how… Read more »

A Guide to Successful Interviewing

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So, you have landed an interview for a seemingly wonderful job! Now what? Successful interviewing will be essential in order for you to lock in an offer. If you have the right interview skills, they will help you get hired.   Here are some tips and strategies for effective interviewing from preparation through delivery. Let’s start… Read more »

Job Hunting in the Digital Age

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Like many recent college graduates, Ben Kim felt he was casting his résumé into an abyss when he clicked “apply online” for the hundredth or so time. “The most common response was nothing,” he said. That may be because, before capturing an employer’s eye, job hunters in the digital age often have to get past… Read more »

Interview Tips: 10 Tips to Improve Interview Performance

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Even the smartest and most qualified job seekers need to prepare for their job interview. Why, you ask? Interview skills are learned, and there are no second chances to make a great first impression. These 10 interview tips will teach you how to answer interview questions and convince the hiring manager that you are the one… Read more »

The Do’s and Don’ts of Working With Recruiters

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In order to work effectively with a recruiter, you need to know how to communicate with them. Many job seekers discuss networking as being a critical component to a successful job search. While the majority recognizes the importance of building the right relationships, few know how to establish a rapport with a key group: headhunters…. Read more »

7 Easy Steps To Help You Get A Job Next Year

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Here’s some workplace news to brighten your holidays: According to a recent Indeed.com survey, 61% of employers plan to hire more people in 2018 than in 2017 and 40% are worried about finding enough good people to fill those openings. It’s not just tech and health care firms who are poised to hire. Indeed.com says a… Read more »

5 Things To Leave Off Your Resume

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AVOID THESE COMMON RESUME MISTAKES. It’s never easy to figure out what to put on your resume. What will that one line be that hooks the hiring manager? Will the way it’s formatted affect the decision? You may think that it’s safer to err on the side of including more, but if you load your… Read more »