Link Roundup 9/15/17: Costly Job Search Mistakes

Link Roundup 9/15/17: Costly Job Search Mistakes

Link Roundups
Searching for a new job is certainly no walk in the park. It can be challenging, and it's not uncommon for a few mistakes to be made. Unfortunately, the highly competitive nature of the job market means those mistakes could wind up costing you a job offer. Thankfully, many hiring managers and career specialists are aware of these mistakes, and want to help you avoid them. This week's advice should keep you from making simple mistakes on your resume, in job interviews, and during your job search.  (more…)
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Link Roundup 7/28/17: Putting Your Career First

Link Roundup 7/28/17: Putting Your Career First

Link Roundups
This week's Link Roundup is all about prioritizing your career. These blogs and articles will help you ensure that you are making the right choices to benefit your career. Whether you are changing careers, or trying to get back into the workforce, we have all the advice you need. On the contrary, if you are currently working and want some productivity tips, we have those too! Read on to check out this week's links. (more…)
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Link Roundup 6/16/17: Making a Career Change

Link Roundup 6/16/17: Making a Career Change

Link Roundups
Another Friday means another Link Roundup! This week we have some great advice on making a career change, among other links. Whether you're looking for advice on resumes, interviews, or careers, it's all here! This week we start with a topic everyone should be familiar with: job search ethics. It's something both job seekers and hiring managers struggle with, but being ethical in your job search will pay off. Check out the first link to find out why it's important. (more…)
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What Not to Do: Take the First Job Offer You Get

What Not to Do: Take the First Job Offer You Get

General Job Search Advice, Resources for Job Seekers
Depending on the situation, you can reach a certain level of desperation in your job search. However, it's important not to just accept the first job offer you receive. You may feel the urge to accept because it comes with a paycheck, but that shouldn't be good enough for you. There are a number of other things you should consider beyond just a paycheck. We'll discuss those other factors and why they're important after the break. (more…)
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Interview Q: Why Are You Making a Career Change?

Interview Q: Why Are You Making a Career Change?

Acing the Interview
If you've been in the work force long enough to grow a network, you've probably noticed something. As you talk to more professionals, it seems that most people no longer work in the industry where their career began. This is something that can occur for a few different reasons. For some workers, they simply receive a better offer in a different industry. Others grow tired of the same type of work and want to branch out. Or perhaps they discover a passion they never previously knew existed. No matter the case, it's not uncommon to switch careers. However, it can be interesting to address this in an interview. We'll discuss how to address your career change in an interview. (more…)
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Link Roundup 8/19/16: Hiring Managers and Making A Career Change

Link Roundup 8/19/16: Hiring Managers and Making A Career Change

Link Roundups
In this week's link roundup, we have some great advice for job searchers and employers alike. Those of the latter group, I'd recommend skipping to the last two articles. However, they all have great information! If you're considering a career change, we can also help you to figure out how and why you should. Finally, if you're looking for something purely entertaining, check out the article detailing how some candidates tried to get noticed for hire. (more…)
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