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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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Signs of a Healthy Job Search

In his article for U.S. News and World Report, Tim Tyrell-Smith lists 10 Signs of a Healthy Job Search. Some of those signs are: You enjoy networking People seem to remember you You are not relying on your resume Read full article and view complete list

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Two Myths About Résumés

In her article for Forbes Magazine, Susan Adams writes, Two Myths About Résumés Below is an excerpt from Adams’ article. Read Full Article Over eight years as a career coach in New York City,  Win Sheffield has observed the myths his clients tell themselves about the challenge of finding a job. In this piece, he lays out […]

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The Truth About Job References

In her article for U.S. News and World Report, Alison Green reports 8 Things You Should Know About Job References. Green explains details about reference checks including: Employers don’t always stick to the references on the list you gave them. References are often highly subjective and opinionated. You can find out what kind of reference […]

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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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Most Common Job Interview Questions

U.S. News and World Report On Careers article, The 10 Most Common Job Interview Questions, Alison Green helps you to prepare for your next interview. In today’s competitive job market, it’s important to anticipate what an employer will ask you during the interview process. Green lists common interview questions and gives you advice on how […]

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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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Create the Best Resume Possible

Forbes.com In Pictures: Tips for Creating the Best Possible Resume, gives you helpful advice on how to update your resume. Tips in this slideshow include: Write a 40-50 word summary that includes three reasons someone should hire you. Include all awards and accolades Break up text with bullet points detailing your accomplishments View More Tips This […]

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What YOU Should Ask at a Job Interview

U.S. News and World report article, The 10 Best Questions to Ask at a Job Interview, Karen Burns gives readers sample questions they should ask during the interview process. Below is an excerpt from Burns’ article. Click here to read full article. You’re interviewing for a job. After 20 or 30 minutes, you’re asked: “Do you have any […]

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Job Seeker Tips – Resume Writing

About.com Guide, Alison Doyle reveals 10 Resume Tips – Top Ten Resume Writing Tips*. Tips from this article: Choose a Basic Font Include Resume Keywords Tailor your Resume Objective An effective resume should be easy to read and tailored to the position. This will stand out with employers and get closer to an interview. Do […]

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