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Best Career Advice

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Career Advice
Mar182014

Over the years, we’ve given and received sage wisdom and career advice. Now, we’re gladly passing it along to you.



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Hike Beyond the Plateau

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Career Advice
Feb272014

At Sherpa, we’re in the business of hiking beyond the corporate plateau and helping our job seekers achieve their business goals.



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Resolve to Climb the Corporate Ladder in 2014

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Career Advice
Jan292014

The New Year is all about new opportunities—new wardrobe, new exercise routine, new diet. Why not apply similar resolutions to your work life? At Sherpa, professional development is important to us; not just internally but for the employees we place as well. We love nothing more than hearing stories of our employees climbing the corporate […]



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Top Eye-Catching Words for your Resume

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Career Advice
Dec052013

A killer resume is key to getting that first interview when you’re looking for North Carolina jobs. We’re here to help you beef up your content so you’ll get noticed. Here are our top keywords to incorporate into your resume. Do you have any to add to the list? Let us know on Facebook or […]



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Top Interview Questions to Ask an Employer

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Career Advice
Nov142013

At the end of a job interview, you typically have the opportunity to ask your potential employer a few questions. Rather than saying, “No” and heading out the door, try these top questions that will show your interviewer that you’re serious about the job and prepared for the interview: How would you describe the responsibilities […]



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Finding Your Next Opportunity Doesn’t Have to be Scary

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Career Advice
Oct312013

Spooked by the idea of looking for a new opportunity?  You aren’t alone.  The 2013 Job Interview Anxiety Survey conducted by Harris Interactive for Everest College found that 92% of American’s fear some part of the job search process.  From not being qualified to not being prepared to simply being nervous, the list of job […]



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