Archive | September, 2011

Job Interview Follow-Up

In this article for About.com, David Nassief describes Job Interview Follow-Up Read an excerpt from Nassief’s article. Read Full Article Wait I Thought the Job Interview Was Over? The average applicant thinks the interview is over when they leave the interview that day. For many average applicants they are right it is over. For the […]

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Age-Proofing Your Job Application

In the SMARTMONEY BLOG, ENCORE, Kelly Eggers explains how to present your professional experience in her article, Age-Proofing Your Application. Read an excerpt from Eggers’ article below. Read Full Article It’s not about your age; it’s about how you present yourself. Many job seekers believe they’re not considered for open positions because they are too […]

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Job Searching on Social Networks – Yay or Nay?

In this article for Blogging4Jobs, Jessica Miller-Merrell writes, Job Searching on Social Networks – Yay or Nay? Read an excerpt from Miller-Merrell’s article below. Read Full Article With the explosion of social media it seems that individuals and companies alike are using social networks to make personal and business connections. From tweeting customer complaints to maintaining photo […]

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Job Seekers Should Customize Search in Order to Get Hired

How can you get an edge in your job search? LiveCareer News explains Job Seekers Should Customize Search in Order to Get Hired. As the job market remains competitive, many potential candidates will have to switch up the way they search for a new job. It’s important to remember that each job seeker will have […]

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How to Evaluate a Job Offer

In this article for About.com Dawn Rosenberg McKay explains, How to Evaluate a Job Offer. Read an excerpt for Rosenberg McKay’s article below: You’ve spent the last few months answering help wanted ads, visiting recruiters, and networking. You’ve sent out your resumes and gone on a bunch of interviews. And now the moment you’ve been waiting […]

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Taking On Two Jobs

In this article for the Wall Street Journal, Dennis Nishi explores the pros and cons of Taking On Two Jobs. Read an excerpt of Nishi’s article below: After working a full day at the stables of her horse transport and training business, Melissa Weiser heads to BJ’s Restaurant and Brewhouse. But the 40-year-old from Los […]

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How to Get Your Resume In Front of the Right Person

In this article for US News and World Report Lindsay Olson explains, How to Get Your Resume in Front of the Right Person. Read an excerpt of Olson’s article below: Job-hunting is serious business these days. You need to make sure you’re getting your resume in front of the decision maker, but that can be […]

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How I Met Your Mother – Barney Stinson: Resume Builder

In this clip for the CBS hit show, How I Met Your Mother, Barney gives advice on how to create a video resume. How I Met Your Mother – Barney Stinson: Resume Builder

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No Market for Lazy Job Seekers

Wall Street Journal article No Market for Lazy Job Seekers, Ruth Mantell warns job seekers of common mistakes that can derail their job search. Read an excerpt of Mantell’s article below. Read Full Article Summer is a season to relax, unless you’re a job seeker. Given the steep competition for jobs, people who are energized […]

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