How Important Is Corporate Culture During the Job Search

How Important Is Corporate Culture During the Job Search

General Job Search Advice, Resources for Job Seekers
When on the job hunt, we mainly focus on searching for a job that matches our compensation, benefits, position, and growth requirements. Another important aspect that we should consider is the company’s corporate culture. Though the position and salary may be exactly what you want, fitting in and feeling comfortable in the workplace is very important. If you don’t work well within your company culture, it could lead to a lack of motivation, hostility, and poor work. Find out in today’s blog what type of culture you work well in and how to assess a company’s culture before working there. (more…)
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How to Perfect Your LinkedIn Profile Photo

How to Perfect Your LinkedIn Profile Photo

General Job Search Advice
If you don't have a profile photo up on LinkedIn, you should get one as soon as possible! LinkedIn studies have shown that having a profile photo can increase profile views up to x 21 times, and connections x 9 times. You shouldn't miss out on those opportunities, so it's time to upload a photo! Today we have all the advice you need to take the perfect photo for your LinkedIn profile! (more…)
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Link Roundup 6/30/17: Mastering Career Conversations

Link Roundup 6/30/17: Mastering Career Conversations

Link Roundups
Sitting down with a friend to talk about the latest movie or a great book is easy. The conversation flows from topic to topic, and time flies by. Why is it then, that conversations about our careers can be so difficult? Typically there is a lot on the line, and every second ticks by slowly. It's easy to get stressed out or nervous, but keeping your cool is crucial. This week, we have some links that can help you with those conversation nerves, in addition to other helpful advice. Check out the links below! (more…)
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4 Questions You Should Ask Yourself Before an Interview

4 Questions You Should Ask Yourself Before an Interview

Acing the Interview, General Job Search Advice
Before interviewing, job seekers commonly consider the position from the company's perspective. It is incredibly helpful to look at the job from this viewpoint. It helps to get you into right mindset to market yourself as a candidate. However, thinking about a new position from a more personal standpoint is always necessary. Considering that you may be committing 40+ hours of your week to this job, it's not selfish to consider it from where you stand. The questions listed below will make sure you get what you want out of a new job. They also will help you answer questions better, which we'll explain below. Read on to discover the questions you should always ask yourself before an interview. (more…)
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Link Roundup 11/4/16: Talking Political at Work

Link Roundup 11/4/16: Talking Political at Work

Acing the Interview, How to Survive the '9-5', Link Roundups
We're only a few days away from election day, and it's almost impossible to avoid political conversations at work. This week one of our links will help you talk politics without damaging your work relationships. We're also sharing an article about what qualities every job seeker should have. However, that's enough of me talking about it, read on to see the links for yourself! (more…)
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Silver Screen Career Advice: The Intern

Pop Culture Perspective
Last year's The Intern was vastly different from the buddy comedy offered in The Internship. This film is especially great at it's conversation of generational differences. In addition to that, it offers some great career advice. Whether you're 22 years old or 70 years young, this film has something for everyone. The whole plot revolves around an extremely successful design startup. This startup company decides to implement a new 'senior' intern program. In this program, the average age is beyond or around retirement age. This proves to shake up the largely millennial workforce at the company with interesting results. (more…)
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