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Job Search – Should You Believe Company Reviews?

In this article from The Daily Muse, Katie Douthwaite writes, Should You Believe Company Reviews? Read an excerpt from Douthwaite’s article below. Read Full Article When you need help picking out a new book, gadget, hairstylist, or even doctor, what do you do? Turn to online reviews, of course! Almost all online retailers, from Amazon to individual retail e-boutiques, provide […]

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Lifehacker – Include Personal Projects On Resumes When You’re Just Starting Out

In this article from Lifehacker, Thorin Klosowski advises job seekers to Include Personal Projects on Resumes When You’re Just Starting Out. Read an excerpt from Klosowski’s article below. Read Full Article Getting a job when you’re just starting in your field can be difficult because your resume is essentially empty. That said, creativity blog 99U suggests […]

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Simply Hired – Sell Yourself with a Resume Objective

In this article from Simply Hired, find out how to Sell Yourself with a Resume Objective. Read an excerpt from this article below. Read Full Article First impressions are highly important in everything, especially when it comes to the application and job hiring process. Your resume objective is the first thing that your would-be employer sets his […]

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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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4 Essential Questions to Ask At The End of a Job Interview

In this article from Forbes.com, learn the “4 Essential Questions to Ask At The End of a Job Interview“. Read an excerpt of Weiler Reynolds’ article below. Read Full Article “I am always surprised how some interviewees tend to trail off towards the end of an interview instead of finishing strong and leaving a lasting impression,” says Zachary […]

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Mashable: 5 Common Job Interview Mistakes to Avoid

In this article from Mashable, Brie Weiler Reynolds describes “5 Common Job Interview Mistakes to Avoid“. Read an excerpt of Weiler Reynolds’ article below. Read Full Article In a time when job seekers can send literally hundreds of applications without hearing back from employers, the invitation to a job interview can feel like winning the […]

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LiveCareer: How to Evaluate Career Advice

In this article from LiveCareer, find out How to Evaluate Good and Bad Career Advice Read an excerpt from this article below. We’ve discussed before how using your dating skills can help you find a job. But career advice is like romantic advice in some other ways as well. We often need it, sometimes we ask for […]

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Funny Job Search Video – George Costanza ponders about potential jobs

In this clip from the classic comedy series, Seinfeld, George quits his job and wonders what he should do next. Seinfeld – George Costanza ponders about potential jobs

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On Careers: 6 Red Flags Employers See in Your Job History

In this article for U.S. News and World Report’s Blog,On Careers, Alison Green explains, 6 Red Flags Employers See In Your Job History. Read an excerpt from Green’s article below. Read Full Article Long before you get to a job interview, hiring managers are forming opinions about you based on your resume and your job history. Here are […]

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WSJ: Is it Better to Send Thank-You Notes by Mail or E-mail?

In this article for The Wall Street Journal’s,Ask At Work, Elizabeth Garone answers the question, Is it better to send thank-you notes by mail or e-mail? Read an excerpt from Garone’s article below. Read Full Article Q: The last time I was looking for work, everything was still done by mail. I’m not sure about today’s etiquette. Should […]

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