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Why Your Thank You Matters

In this article for The Undercover Recruiter, Sunitha Narayanan explains, Why Your Thank You Matters Read an excerpt from Narayanan’s article below. Read Full Article I have been thinking about the word “gratitude” lately. I felt the absence of gratitude when someone recently ignored what I thought was my “over and beyond efforts” on his behalf. […]

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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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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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Mashable – 4 Tips to Make Your Resume Stand Out

In this article from Mashable, Chelsea Gladden lists, 4 Tips to Make Your Resume Stand Out. Read an excerpt of Gladden’s article below. Read Full Article There it is: a stack of 150 resumes, received in the first hour of posting a job, piled up in the hiring manager’s email inbox. How will you stand out? These four tips for creating […]

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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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SimpleBlog: Field Curveball Interview Questions Like a Pro

In this article from the Simply Hired blog, learn how to “Field Curveball Interview Questions Like a Pro“. Read an excerpt of Weiler Reynolds’ article below. Read Full Article So you’re nearing the end of a job interview and so far, everything has been coming up roses. You’ve been able to show that you researched the company […]

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On Careers: The Best Interview Tips For Older Job Seekers

In this article for U.S. & World Report’s blog, On Careers, Arnie Fertig lists, The Best Interview Tips for Older Job Seekers. Read an excerpt from Fertig’s article below. Read Full Article “I’m worried that the boss will hire someone far younger than me,” is a statement often heard from older job hunters. In truth, […]

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How to Make a Job Interview Follow Up Call

In her article for About.com, Alison Doyle shows you, How to make a Job Interview Follow Up Call. Read and excerpt of Doyle’s article below. Read Full Article What’s the best way to follow up after a job interview? One good way is to call the interviewer to thank them for taking the time to […]

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What You’ve Done Matters Much More Than “Experience”

In his article for Lifehacker, Adam Dachis explains, What You’ve Done Matters Much More Than “Experience”. Read an excerpt of Dachis’ article below. Read Full Article When you’re on the hunt for a job, most companies want to know you’re experienced in your field. Jeff Haden, writing for business magazine Inc., consulted successful people and […]

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Resume Writing: Tips for Candidates of All Ages

Check out this article from LiveCareer.com, Resume Writing: Tips for Candidates of All Ages Read an excerpt below. Read Full Article In today’s challenging job market, you need to make sure that your resume creates an immediate impression on hiring managers and recruiters. However, you may need to tweak your resume depending on a number of things,  […]

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