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Stand Out as a Job Seeker: 7 Tips to Get Noticed

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Job Seeker
Jun202016

Before the era of online job applications, standing out as a job seeker was a more direct process. You could deliver your resume by hand, send a portfolio with creative packaging, or personalize your resume design. But now, hitting the “submit” button on a company’s website is like sending your hopes and dreams into a […]



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5 Ways to Maximize LinkedIn for Your Job Search

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Uncategorized
Mar202016

Whether your LinkedIn profile has fifty contacts or several hundred, you want to make the most of those connections when it comes time to look for a new job. LinkedIn is also a great resource for job postings, as 95% of recruiters are actively using the site. Here are five proven strategies to help you […]



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How to Best Communicate with Your Recruiter

Category:
Hiring
Jan052016

Bolster Your Job Search With Strong Communication If you’re in the midst of a job search, you’re likely trying to make the best impression possible every time you’re in communication with a recruiter or human resources manager. But are you on the right track? Let’s go over some strategies to establish connections, build rapport, and […]



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The Top Three Resume Mistakes You Should Avoid

Category:
Career Advice
Jul012015

Is it time to dust off your resume and find the job you’ve been dreaming about? Or maybe you’ve been job searching for some time and haven’t had success yet. Whatever the case, it’s time to take a hard look at your resume. Most important, what resume mistakes are you making, and how can you […]



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Finding Your Next Opportunity Doesn’t Have to be Scary

Category:
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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