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Why Networking is the Essential Professional Skill

In his article for Psychology Today, Ray Williams explains, Why Networking is the Essential Professional Skill. Read an excerpt of Williams’ article. Read full article Networking is increasingly being promoted as both a business and personal social skill. There’s no doubt that both the social media form of networking and personal face-to-face networking has become a […]

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How to Look and Feel Your Best for Holiday Networking

In this article from U.S. News & World Report, Miriam Salpeter shows you How to Look and Feel Your Best for Holiday Networking. Read an excerpt from Salpeter’s article. Read Full Article Some people believe this time of the year is not the ideal time to be in job search mode. Conventional wisdom suggests everyone is […]

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8 Reasons to Continue Your Holiday Job Search

In her article for U.S. News & World Report, Lindsay Olson describes 8 Reasons to Continue Your Holiday Job Search. Tips from this article include: Your competitor job seekers may not be looking Holiday networking opportunities are abound End-of-year budgets may provide hiring opportunities now rather than in January Read Full Article

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What to Do When Networking Isn’t Working

In her article, What to Do When Networking Isn’t Working,  About.com Guide Alison Doyle explains how you can overcome a slow job search. Read an excerpt from Doyle’s article below. Read Full Article Sometimes, despite your best efforts at applying for jobs, looking for contacts to network with at companies, and doing everything else within […]

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Students – How to prepare for your job search post-graduation

LiveCareer article, Students Need to be Prepared in Order to Land a Job Post-Graduation, college students are advised to start their job search preparation before graduation and get a jump on the job market. Tips from this article include: Visit your college career center Build solid interviewing skills Network with alumni Read Full Article

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Job Search Advice – Working the Recruiters

WSJ article, Working the Recruiters, Dennis Nishi shows readers how a personal approach will help you stand out with recruiters. Read an excerpt from Nishi’s article. Read full article Laurie Ruettimann does not want to be sent flowers. Ever. The human-resources professional from Raleigh, N.C., remembers getting an expensive bouquet while working as an in-house […]

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5 Things You Need to Do to Get a Job

In her blog for U.S. News & World Report, Miriam Salpeter counts down 5 Things You Need to Do do Get a Job. Tips from this article include: Position yourself as an expert Communicate your value Optimize your resume Read Full Article

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6 Networking Tips for Your Job Search

In her blog for U.S. News & World Report, Lindsay Olson counts down 6 Networking Tips for Your Job Search. Read an excerpt from Olson’s article. Read Full Article Networking with other professionals in your industry can be beneficial when you’re looking for work. You might meet the hiring manager for a company and hear […]

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Get a Job Using the Hidden Job Market

Forbes.com article, Get a Job Using the Hidden Job Market, Susan Adams explains how to connect with employers in your chosen industry. Read an excerpt of Adams’ article. The technology executive had been out of work for more than a year, but he didn’t tell any of his friends he was unemployed. Instead, he made […]

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Job Recruiters ‘Like’ Facebook

In this video from the WSJ.coml, Joe Light reports, Recruiters Troll Facebook for Candidates They Like.

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