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Can You Really Use Social Media as a Resume Boost?

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In an ever-evolving marketplace, technology and creative fields are changing the way the service industry works. Many different career paths include more and more innovation and networking opportunities. But can social media be a practical tool to propel your career forward? The short answer: It depends. Read on to learn how your experience may be… Read more »

How to Encourage Clearer Communication From Your Employees

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When you collaborate with your workers, you expect a streamlined workflow and a successful project. However, it’s easy in the business world for misunderstandings to crop up, potentially ruining your mission. It’s essential to create a quality line of open communication with your staff, by following these tips. Starting Off on the Right Foot Begin… Read more »

Start Preparing for 2017 and Set Some Major Career Goals

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With 2016 quickly vanishing, it’s time to set your sights on the coming year. A developing professional needs to look at the big picture and embrace a new season of expanding your experience. Read ahead for Job Store’s tips on how best to prepare for 2017 to make it your most successful year yet! Pursue… Read more »

Great Leaders are Effective Leaders: Here’s How to Get Them There

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As a manager, you’re expected to be a commanding force. You want to drive an efficient and harmonious workplace to create the perfect environment for productivity. But sometimes the puzzle pieces just don’t come together. Feeling like a mediocre leader? Read ahead for Job Store’s tips on how to push past average and become a… Read more »

Are You Making the Wrong Impression in Your Interview?

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When you are developing your professional chops and working toward getting your foot in the door, you want to seize your opportunity. It’s perfectly natural to be nervous, but it’s essential to keep your cool and show you’re the best possible candidate. Not Knowing Your Stuff No matter what position you may be interviewing for,… Read more »

Keywords to Look For On Every Manufacturing Resume

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Hiring manufacturing staff can feel like scraping the barrel, or finding a needle in a haystack. As a professional, you understand the importance of hiring the right people who can keep things efficient and safe for your manufacturing needs. Take a look at these insights to help you sift through your paperwork, soon your perfect… Read more »

New Ways to Look for a Job When You’ve Tried Everything

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Exasperated with aimless job searches and few responses from potential employers? Feel like you’ve done everything to get a position that suits your interests and abilities? Don’t despair, because you may be missing some viable options to hunt down your dream job. Time to think outside the box, with the help of some expert advice… Read more »

Four Ways Poor Onboarding Will Damage Your Business

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When you’re bringing in new talent, you may feel relieved to have someone to pick up the slack, and be done with the hiring process. Sifting through resumes and interviewing candidates can take up a lot of time and be hard to manage. However, the job simply isn’t done when you get someone in the… Read more »

Want More Money? Negotiate Like a Professional

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Congratulations, you did it! You had a terrific interview, provided solid references, and they think you’re a great fit. However, the salary they shared simply seems too low. Can you afford to ask for more than they’re offering? Sure! It just takes some research and a little confidence. Talking money is intimidating. You know you’re worth more… Read more »

The Glass is Half Full: What to Take Away From a Bad Interview

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Sometimes it happens – you leave the interview feeling foolish, frustrated, defeated. You just blew your interview. Beating yourself up about a misstep or a poor performance won’t help you succeed in the future. As disheartening as it may be sometimes, keep your focused on your future and center yourself. Here is some advice for job seekers… Read more »