6 Tips to Not Waste Your Time in a Job Search

6 Tips to Not Waste Your Time in a Job Search

General Job Search Advice
Job searching can be an enjoyable and experimental time for you. It allows you to dream, get specific and try something new. But we're all busy and we don't want the search to become endless without success. Knowing exactly HOW and WHAT to do when job searching, can keep it fun and speed up the process. Check out these six tips to help your search, be successful! (more…)
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Link Roundup: How to Make Positive Changes with Your Career

Link Roundup: How to Make Positive Changes with Your Career

General Job Search Advice, Link Roundups, Resources for Job Seekers
  Whether you are looking to move up in your company, make a career change completely, or simply find a job that is right for you… it’s easy to talk yourself out of it. However if you are wanting to adjust your current situation, you want to make sure you are doing it right. Find out more in this week’s round of blogs below!   (more…)
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How to Ask Someone to Be a Reference

How to Ask Someone to Be a Reference

General Job Search Advice
Just like any other favor, asking someone to be a reference can seem daunting. You’re putting yourself out there and there is always the rare chance that the person may turn you down. We can’t predict the person’s response, but the more thought you put into the person you ask, the better the chances of them helping you. Choose people you work/worked closely with and trust. Once you’ve decided on who to ask, it’s important to approach the topic with these helpful tips below! (more…)
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Link Roundup: All About Resumes

Link Roundup: All About Resumes

General Job Search Advice, Link Roundups, Resources for Job Seekers, Resumes & Cover Letters
Your resume is your first impression before meeting a hiring manager or recruiter face to face. Make it stand out and count! This means no errors, accuracy, and an easy to read template. If you need some help with that, we’ve got you covered! Check out the links below for tips on building your resume and more. (more…)
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Link Roundup: Making Your Job Search Worthwhile

Link Roundup: Making Your Job Search Worthwhile

General Job Search Advice, Link Roundups, Resources for Job Seekers
The job search can be frustrating when you’re sending out waves of applications, but hearing back from a few to none. The job search is a lengthy task in itself, but following up with companies who don’t follow up with you may be to your advantage. This shows them that you’re passionate and driven when it comes to joining their team and also refreshes their mind when it comes to choosing candidates. Find out more about how you can make your job search worthwhile by checking out the links below! (more…)
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5 Questions to Ask Before Accepting a Job Offer

5 Questions to Ask Before Accepting a Job Offer

Behind the Scenes, General Job Search Advice, Resources for Job Seekers
Getting a job offer is exciting and you may want to jump to accept immediately! But, it’s important to look at the fine print and details before signing a job offer. There are important questions that you should always ask or know the answer to before deciding if it’s the right decision. A new job or opportunity is a big life-change and it’s important to think and prepare beforehand. (more…)
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5 Things You Don’t Need to Include on Your Resume

5 Things You Don’t Need to Include on Your Resume

General Job Search Advice, Resources for Job Seekers, Resumes & Cover Letters
There are some things that don’t need to be included on your resume. You may think that the more information you provide, the better your chances of landing an interview, but that isn’t true. There is such thing as too much information, especially on a resume. Employers are scanning tons of resumes in a little amount of time! Make sure the important stuff stands out. Check out 5 things that you don’t always need to include on your resume below. (more…)
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5 Tips for Remote Job Interviews

5 Tips for Remote Job Interviews

Acing the Interview, General Job Search Advice, Resources for Job Seekers
Remote interviews have been on the rise with the increase of technology usage. Job-seekers now have the liberty to interview with hiring managers and companies without having to physically be there. Unfortunately, not all companies will do this, but most will. This is great when you’re applying for opportunities in other states and can’t travel there. Check out 5 tips to prepare yourself for a remote job interview below. (more…)
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