How to Know What You Want From Your New Job

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Exploring your options may happen throughout your career. New opportunities present themselves, and every professional craves growth. Even seasoned workers need some direction on best practices in career advancement. But how do you know what position is best for your path? We’re here to show you how you can identify your skills and possibilities to… Read more »

Can You Be Too Early to an Interview?

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First impressions matter. You want to blow a potential employer away with your experience and professionalism. But going above and beyond can sometimes be detrimental. Being too eager can sometimes hurt your case. Take, for example, arriving early. Punctuality is important, but arriving 20, 30, even 40 minutes before your interview (it happens!) is a… Read more »

How to Find a New Job After Being Fired

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We know how tough it can be to get fired from a position. There are many reasons why employers terminate workers, but the important thing to remember is you are not alone. Many successful people have lost a job for one reason or another. Whether the termination was based on a small miscommunication or a… Read more »

What Are Transferable Skills and How Can I Show Them Off?

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Are you ready for a career change? Searching for a new position, but worried about having a successful transition? To shift directions and find the right fit, you’ll need transferable skills. We’re here to explain what they are, how they’ll help you, and how to achieve success finding a new role. Transferable Skills Whether you’re… Read more »

What Employers Do and Don’t Want to See on Your Facebook Page

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The wonders of the internet: connecting with old friends, celebrating important milestones and more. Websites like Facebook allow us to network like never before. If you’re looking to find a new job, prepare for potential employers to check your social media profiles. A quick search of your name might expose more information than you think…. Read more »

How to Ruin Your Interview in Just 3 Steps

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Meeting a potential employer can make or break your career, so the interview is a crucial step in your path to success. To make a positive lasting impression, you need to cover your bases. The fastest ways to fail in an interview setting are often the most simple. If you’re wondering how you ruin an… Read more »

Job Searching Without Your Boss Knowing

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The modern workforce is all about change. Now, more than ever, employees can explore their options. Thirty-year careers are less common, and job-hopping is no longer taboo. Many professionals are interested in gaining new experience with different organizations within three-to-five years, instead of 10 to 20. If you want to branch out and consider a… Read more »

Handling the Post-Interview “We’ll Get Back to You” Response

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Your resume gets selected, you nail the in-person interview, and you’re feeling extremely confident. You’ve done everything right, the pieces seem to be falling into place, and then you hear the dreaded statement – “We’ll get back to you.” You may be thinking, “Where did I go wrong?” It’s important to stay calm and remember… Read more »

How to Nail Your Interview and Not Be Awkward

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You may not think of yourself as an “awkward person,” but that doesn’t make you immune to those uncomfortable interview moments every job seeker faces. Your interview confidence can be shattered in an instant when the hiring manager falls silent. Keep your spirits high and ace the interview questions with our interview etiquette tips. Embrace… Read more »

Check These Things Off Before You Accept a Job Offer

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So many professionals have found out the hard way that fine print isn’t always so fine. A hiring manager says they’ve selected you, and it’s hard not to feel anything but thrilled. However, the best candidates bring with them a healthy dose of skepticism. When it’s time to accept, you need to make sure you’re… Read more »