Learn How Companies are Utilizing Social Media With Their Hiring Process

Learn How Companies are Utilizing Social Media With Their Hiring Process

Behind the Scenes
Social media is not just used for recreational purposes anymore. Employers are using social media to assist with filling job positions! As a candidate looking for a job, this is extremely beneficial to you! Check out how employers are using social media with their hiring process and how you can improve your platforms to land you a job, below! (more…)
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Link Roundup: How to Be Healthy With a Full-Time Job

Link Roundup: How to Be Healthy With a Full-Time Job

General Job Search Advice, Job Efficiency
If you have a full-time job you know that a good portion of your day is spent commuting and being at work. Generally, 8-10 hours to be exact (and sometimes more). Therefore being aware of your health and taking care of yourself can end up last on your priority list. However, we may be overcomplicating it. Check out how to be healthy with a full-time job and more, below! How to Get Back into a Healthy Work Routine After the Holidays The aftereffect of post-holiday vacation can be a HUGE adjustment. We’ve discussed how to get back into the swing of things post-holiday, but if you’re curious about getting back to a HEALTHY routine post-holiday check out these tips, here! Why Is Packing A Healthy Lunch For Work So Hard? We…
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6 Ways to Use Job Search Rejection as a Tool

6 Ways to Use Job Search Rejection as a Tool

Behind the Scenes, Motivation
Job rejection, stings. We're eager to get accepted, and whether we say the right things or we bomb the interview- either way, it hurts. However, there are so many POSITIVE ways to view rejection and SO much learning to be done. If you can acknowledge these positives, job rejection can even benefit you! Keep reading to find out how to use rejection to your advantage! (more…)
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The 4 Benefits of Being Proactive at Work

The 4 Benefits of Being Proactive at Work

Job Efficiency
  Controlling your workload instead of letting it control you? What is a better feeling than that? Proactive employees are more relaxed, stress-free and are generally more on top of their work. They're prepared and know what their schedule is like in the future and SO much more! Keep reading to find out what the perks of being a proactive employee in the workplace are, below! (more…)
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Why You Should Be Making a To-Do List

Why You Should Be Making a To-Do List

Job Efficiency
Ever feel like you have a million things to do and don't know where to begin? It can be overwhelming and even feel impossible to get started. Whether they are pressing tasks or just nuisances, making a to-do list can be helpful for multiple reasons. Read more to find out why lists are so beneficial and some different types of lists, below! Keep it Specific When you are making a to-do list you want to be as specific as possible. If you are too vague, your brain has a harder time deciphering the difficulty of that task. For example, instead of writing “Make phone calls”, write “Call 3 prospects: A, B, & C”.  By clearly stating the task, you can gauge how long it will take and will help with…
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The Positives of Failure

The Positives of Failure

General Job Search Advice
Failure gets a bad wrap. The negativity and stigma around failure heavily cloud the positives that come from it. Without failure we don't learn, grow or appreciate the struggle. So what's more motivating than learning about some of the most successful people of all time and realizing they too failed? And failed hard at that. Here are just a few to help put it in perspective: (more…)
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The 7 Types of Interviewees You Don’t Want to Be

The 7 Types of Interviewees You Don’t Want to Be

Acing the Interview
Seeing candidates come and go in recruiting give us a great idea of what to do and what NOT to do in an interview. We’ve noticed that most of the "not so great" interviews have a similar pattern to them. We’ve narrowed it down to the 7 types of interviewees candidates can become during interviews. Read more to find out what they are, and make sure you don't accidentally become one of them! (more…)
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Link Roundup: All Things Goals & Motivation for 2019

Link Roundup: All Things Goals & Motivation for 2019

Link Roundups
The New Year is just a few weeks away, and with that comes new opportunities, getting motivated, goal setting and resolutions. Although this can already be an exciting time of year, having some guidance and motivational tips can encourage the excitement while we creep through December! Check out these podcasts, tips, TED Talks and more in this week’s link roundup below! (more…)
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