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Interview Advice: Biggest Interview Mistakes to Avoid

In this article for Lifehacker, Carrie Sloan explains, The Biggest Interview Mistakes HR Experts See (and How to Avoid Them). Read and excerpt of Sloan’s article below. Read Full Article They meet more people in an afternoon than most of us do in a year. But what faux pas do human resources pros see again […]

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USA Today College – 4 questions you should never ask in a job interview

In this article published in USA Today College, HerCampus.com lists, 4 questions you should never ask in a job interview. Read an excerpt for the article below. Read Full Article By: Her Campus So you scored an interview with the company you’ve been dying to work for next summer! You showed up on time, dressed […]

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WSJ – Job Offer? Check It Out.

In this article from the Wall Street Journal, Dennis Nishi tells job seekers, Job Offer? Check It Out. Read an excerpt of Nishi’s article below. Read Full Article While working as a financial consultant in Miami, William Kaiser was offered a full-time job in the compliance department of one of his bank clients. The pay […]

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Google Yourself: Colleges Help Students Scrub Online Footprints

In this article for the Huffington Post, Carolyn Thompson explains how colleges are helping students clean up for their Social Media image prior to their job search. Read an excerpt of Thompson’s article, Google Yourself: Colleges Help Students Scrub Online Footprints, below. Read Full Article Samantha Grossman wasn’t always thrilled with the impression that emerged […]

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Simply Blog: The 5 Worst Career Change Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

In this article for Simply Hired’s, Simply Blog, Annie Favreau  lists, The 5 Worst Career Change Mistakes and How to Avoid Them. Read an excerpt from Favreau’s article below. Read Full Article Are you ready to take your career in a new direction? Maybe you’re unsatisfied in your current role. Maybe you’ve been off of the job […]

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What You Should Leave Off Your Resume

In her article for FINS Finance, Kelly Eggers explains, The Ten Worst Things to Put on Your Resume. Read an excerpt from Eggers’ article below. Read Full Article According to a 2010 Accountemps survey, 28% of executives say the resume is where most job seekers make mistakes in the application process. But what exactly constitutes a […]

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What recruiters want to know about your Internet persona.

In her article for the Simply Hired Blog, Simply Blog, Jennifer King explains What Does Your Internet Persona Say About You? Recruiters Want to Know.  Learn how you can manage your online persona and help your job search. Important statistics from King’s article: 91% of recruiters have visited a candidate’s social networking profile. 68% of recruiters have […]

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Job Hunting: When Parents Run the Show

In this video from the Wall Street Journal, Job Hunting: When Parents Run the Show, learn how parents can help and hurt their child’s job search. Job Hunting: When Parents Run the Show

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How Parents Can Help Their Kids Look for a Job

In her blog for U.S. News & World Report, Alison Green explains How Parents Can Help Their Kids Look for a Job. Advice from this article include: Don’t fill out or send in job applications for your child. Never, ever contact an employer on your child’s behalf. Teach your job-seeking child about professional demeanor. Read […]

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How to Flunk a Job Interview

In her article for BNET.com, Adriana Gardella counts down Seven Ways to Flunk a Job Interview. Interview mistakes from this article include: Assume your resume speaks for itself Stalk your recruiter Treat social media communications casually Read full article

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