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Resume Advice: How to Beef Up Your Resume

In this article from the Daily Muse, Sara McCord explains, From One Paragraph to One Page: How to Beef Up Your Resume. Read an excerpt from McCord’s article below. Read Full Article Did you catch the recent Office episode when Pam was applying for a new job? After spending pretty much her whole career at Dunder Mifflin, her resume […]

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Job Spotlight – Find a job in Physical Therapy

In this article from Simply Hired’s Simply Blog, Kiersten Ferreira explains, How to Launch Your Career in Physical Therapy. Read an excerpt of Ferreria’s article below. Read Full Article Physical therapy emerged as a critically important profession following the polio epidemics and World Wars in the first half of the 20th century. With over 200,00 physical therapist jobs on Simply […]

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Employer spaces available for July job fair

Employers looking to hire candidates around Summit County won’t want to miss the AkronWorks.com Summer Job Fair. The annual event is Wednesday, July 17, 2013, at The Sheraton Suites Akron/Cuyahoga Falls from 11am-3pm. Hosted by AkronWorks.com, the summer job fair gives employers the opportunity to promote their seasonal, full-time, and part-time jobs to local job […]

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On Careers – Finding a Job Through Networking Groups

In this article from U.S. News and World Reports On Careers, Lindsay Olson explains, Finding a Job Through Networking Groups. Read an excerpt of Olson’s article below. Read Full Article Everyone keeps telling you to network to help with finding a job, but you’re apprehensive about doing so. You’re not sure where to start, or what to do once […]

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WSJ – Tap your school for job-hunt help

In this article from the Wall Street Journal, Lindsay Gellman tells students and alumni to, Tap Your School for Job-Hunt Help Read an excerpt of Gellman’s article below. Read Full Article It wasn’t until after Christopher Morel graduated from Pennsylvania State University that he realized how helpful the school could be in his job search. Mr. Morel […]

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Find a Job When you are Unemployed

In this article from U.S. News and World Reports On Careers, Ben Weiss lists, 5 Strategies to Find a Job When You’re Unemployed. Read an excerpt of Weiss’ article below. Read Full Article In such a competitive job market, it’s not uncommon for professionals in any industry and at any pay grade to find themselves out of work. […]

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10 Job Interview Essentials

In this article published by USA Today College, Her Campus lists, 10 essential things to bring to an interview. Read an excerpt for the article below. Read Full Article Now that you’ve crafted a great resume and used your connections, you’ve finally landed your dream interview. But how should you prepare? Sometimes it’s tough to […]

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Lifehacker – Stand Out from Other Job Applicants by Bringing More Than Just Your Resume to the Interview

In this article from Lifehacker, Melanie Pinola explains how, Stand Out from Other Job Applicants by Bringing More Than Just Your Resume to the Interview. Read an excerpt of Pinola‘s article below. Read Full Article In today’s tough job market, anything you can do to stand out from the crowd of applicants can help you land a job. […]

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Brazen Life: When Should You Work for Free?

In this article from Brazen Life, Kelly Gurnett answers the questions, When Should You Work for Free? Read an excerpt from the article below. Read Full Article If you’ve ever had a potential employer/friend/fill-in-the-blank ask you to provide work free of charge, chances are you’ve been torn. Should you do it as a gesture of good faith […]

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LiveCareer – Attack Your Job Search: Schedule Informational Interviews

In this article from LiveCareer, Jenny Treanor writes, Attack your Job Search: Schedule Informational Interviews. Read an excerpt of Treanor’s article below. Read Full Article If you’re about to graduate with your degree in hand, you’ll want to move quickly past the period of uncertainty that sometimes extends between the end of college and the beginning of […]

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