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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Why Skills Matter on Your Resume

Why Skills Matter on Your Resume

Acing the Interview
  When it comes to your resume, education is an important component. But we are finding out it’s not the only component that matters. Your “skills” may hold more significance than you realize. Skills show experience, knowledge and proficiency.  Ironically the skills section is often the first section people put the least effort into when compiling their resume. To ensure you’re highlighting what type of employee you can be, here are a few tips to help you! (more…)
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3 Ways Job-Hopping Negatively Affects Your Career

3 Ways Job-Hopping Negatively Affects Your Career

Behind the Scenes, General Job Search Advice, How to Survive the '9-5'
Job-hopping has become a common career trend with the decrease in the unemployment rate. Individuals have more opportunities at their fingertips to leap to. From the looks of it, going from job to job can seem like a good thing. You’re adding more experiences to your resume, reaching for a challenge, and possibly growing your salary base. But, job-hopping isn’t as great as it looks. There are some major downsides that can affect your career. Find out what those are by reading below! (more…)
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Link Roundup: Making a Career Transition

Link Roundup: Making a Career Transition

How to Survive the '9-5', Link Roundups
A career change is a big decision, one that should certainly be well thought out. Knowing what you want in your future position or industry is important before jumping to transition without thought. There are questions you should be asking yourself and steps you should be taking. Check them out in our round of advice in this week’s link roundup below! (more…)
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What to Do After Being Fired

What to Do After Being Fired

General Job Search Advice, Resources for Job Seekers
Getting fired is a very unfortunate situation, but it happens. Sometimes it’s our fault, but other times it’s out of our control. Regardless of the circumstance, you may be wondering what happens next. Do you immediately head back out into the workforce? Do you take some time to reflect on what exactly you’re looking for in your next job? Find out the best steps to overcoming a firing by reading on! (more…)
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4 Reasons Why You Aren’t Hearing Back From Employers

4 Reasons Why You Aren’t Hearing Back From Employers

All About Recruiters, General Job Search Advice, Resources for Job Seekers, Resumes & Cover Letters
Searching for a job can be a challenging process, especially when applying to dozens of companies and never hearing back. You’re taking tons of time to apply for these jobs, it’s frustrating to get silence in return! Why does this happen? Is it you, is it them, what could it be? Sometimes it is out of your control, but be sure you aren’t making these 4 mistakes in your job application below! (more…)
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Dealing with a Lack of References

Dealing with a Lack of References

General Job Search Advice, Resources for Job Seekers
Providing references can be one of the most difficult tasks during the job application process. This is especially true when you’re fairly new to the job market with limited resources and experiences. Luckily, you are not alone, almost everyone goes through this barrier! Here are a few tips that will help you remain a strong candidate, even with a lack of professional references. (more…)
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Link Roundup: Crucial Job Interview Mistakes You Don’t Want to Make

Link Roundup: Crucial Job Interview Mistakes You Don’t Want to Make

Link Roundups
Landing a job interview is a great sign. It means that a recruiter or hiring manager looked at your resume, and thought that you might be a good fit for the role. So your next step should be focusing on knocking the interview out of the park. The last thing you want to do is make a simple mistake, in that interview, and have it take you out of the running. Read on to find out how you can avoid those mistakes and more! 4 Things You Should Never Ask While Being Interviewed One of the most common ways candidates shoot themselves in the foot during job interviews is by asking the wrong questions. A common misstep is constantly asking about salary, benefits, and compensation early on. If the recruiter…
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3 Things You Should Do When Job Searching in 2018

3 Things You Should Do When Job Searching in 2018

General Job Search Advice
To remain competitive in the modern job market, you have to update your tactics over time. New technologies,  unemployment, and many other factors can change how companies hire. If you're not aware of these trends and don't respond to them, you may be drastically decreasing your chances of getting hired. Today we'll break down three things you should do to conduct a successful job search in 2018. (more…)
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