IT Skills Can Make Your Resume Stronger

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If you’ve been on the job hunt for a while, you know how difficult it can be to stand out as a candidate. Even with years of experience and accolades, you may find you’re just not getting the offers you’re looking for. Every professional has been through the difficult phase of identifying what they need… Read more »

Reasons Why You Aren’t Getting the Offer

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Even in a candidate market, the job search can be tough. After meetings, interviews, and communicating back and forth, it can be incredibly frustrating when you don’t get the offer. If this isn’t the first time this has happened, this emerging pattern may make you wonder what you might be doing wrong. You may be… Read more »

Job Search Mistakes You Might Be Making

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Finding the right position when you’re unemployed takes a ton of hard work. Each day is filled with applications, resume edits, cover letters, and references. You can apply to dozens of jobs as you look for the right fit, but it may take a while to land the right role. At the end of the… Read more »

How to Utilize Your Network to Find a New Job

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Whether you’re unemployed or seeking a new endeavor, smart professionals will tell you the best way to find a new job is to utilize your network. But what does this mean? Networking comes down to more than just asking a friend if their company has any openings. There are dozens of ways to effectively network… Read more »

Stay Focused During Your Job Hunt

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We’ve all been there: You read over pages and pages of job listings, seeking the right position. You finally select one that fits, create a cover letter and enter your information. And repeat. Hunting for jobs is time-consuming, tedious and can be downright exhausting. But to get the job you’re seeking, you need to rise… Read more »

How to Win in the Final Round of Interviews

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The interview process may begin with a video call, a phone screen, or an in-person meet-up; but it all comes down to the final interview. It’s essential to stay calm, do your research, and feel confident entering the last phase of the hiring process. When you’re in this position, it’s natural to feel stress and… Read more »

3 Ways to Show You’re Able to be Coached in Your New Job

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Congratulations! You’ve got the job! Your first few days can be overwhelming: new names, new faces, and new challenges. As you start your new position, take this time to show that you’re a valuable addition to the team. Employers look for self-starters who can learn quickly. Most importantly, candidates should always be coachable. If you lack… Read more »

Six People You Need in Your Network

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The most successful individuals don’t skyrocket to wealth and prosperity alone. The best leaders know that collaboration is essential to growth. If you’re a manager looking to take on tough tasks, you’ll need trusted advisors. Surrounding yourself with yes-men is a rookie mistake. A wise leader creates a team of diverse thinkers, so decisions can… Read more »

Tips for Young Professionals Entering the Workforce for the First Time

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Earning any diploma is an enormous accomplishment, and recent graduates understand the bittersweet celebration that comes along with entering the workforce for the first time. Gaining professional experience is essential, but obtaining your first professional position can be difficult. Don’t feel overwhelmed: We’ve got advice on how to take charge of your experience and resources…. Read more »

How Often Should You Be Job Searching?

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When you’ve been at your current position for a while, it can be easy to settle in and get comfortable with your situation. However, your career goals should never be sidelined simply because your job is acceptable. If you’re in a situation where you are gainfully employed but contemplating other options, ask yourself the following… Read more »