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The Best Way to Take Control of Your Job Hunt

In this article for U.S. News and World Report, Miriam Salpeter explains The Best Way to Take Control of Your Job Hunt. Below is an excerpt of Salpeter article. Read Full Article Wouldn’t it be nice to have a little more control over your job search? It’s frustrating applying over and over again for jobs and […]

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How to Market Your Skills in Your Job Search

Want to know how to sell your job skills to employers? Learn how with Curt Rosengren’s U.S. News and World Report article, How to Market Your Skills in Your Job Search. Read an excerpt of Rosengren’s article below. Read Full Article If you‘ve ever looked for a job, you’ve probably seen skills checklists, ones that […]

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Land a Job Using “The And Factor”

Yahoo! Contributor Aly Adair shares, First Person: How a New Approach Helped Me Land a Job in This Economy. Below is an excerpt from Adair’s article. Read Full Article I spent five years searching for a career job that would last until I retire. Like millions of other Americans in the bad economy from 2006-2010, […]

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Resume Writing Tips: How to Tailor Your Resume

In her U.S. News and World Report On Careers article, How to Tailor Your Resume for an Employer, Miriam Salpeter shows job seekers how they can “appeal to your targeted employer“. Great tips from Salpeter’s article include (Read Full Article): Review LinkedIn profiles with your target job title Study Job Descriptions Talk to people Read […]

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Deloitte CEO: Better Career Preparation Starts in High School

Wall Street Journal blog, Hire Education, Deloitte CEO, Barry Salzberg shares his thoughts on how students should begin career preparation as early as high school. Below is a excerpt of Salzberg’s blog. Read Full Blog Even in a good economy, the transition from college to the workplace can be tricky. Some people sail through academia […]

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How to Avoid Job Search Time-Wasters

U.S. News and World Report article, How to Beat 8 Job-Search Time-Wasters, Tim Tyrell-Smith shows you ways to get past common job-search mistakes. Tips to look for in Tyrell-Smith’ s article are: Applying to Everything Bugging Recruiters Networking Blind And more Read Full Article

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How to Stay Motivated During Your Job Search

In her article for U.S. News and World Report, Karen Burns shows readers 20 Ways to Stay Motivated During Your Job Search. Below is an excerpt from Burn’s article. Read Full Article The longer you look for a job, the tougher it becomes. Who could blame you for feeling despondent, discouraged, depressed—even bitter? Some days […]

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Great Interview But No Offer: Why You Didn’t Get the Job

U.S. News and World Report article, Great Interview But No Offer: Why You Didn’t Get the Job, Lindsay Olson explores possible reasons you didn’t get the job. Reasons to look for in Olson’s article: You didn’t sell yourself The job specifications changed You sounded desperate Read Full Article

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Get a Job Through YouTube

In his story for ABC News, Zachary Sniderman shows readers 5 Ways to Get a Job Through YouTube. Sniderman’s tips include success stories from people who have found job opportunities using YouTube. Read Full Article Have you found success in your job search using YouTube or other Social Media sites? Tell us your story in the […]

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Find a Job Through Facebook

In her article for Mashable, Stephanie Marcus shows job seekers HOW TO: Score a Job Through Facebook. Tips to look for in Marcus’ article: Read Your News Feed “Like” or “Friend” Companies You Want to Work For Start a Dialogue Read Full Article

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