Do a Better Job Search – In Under 5 Minutes

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In today’s competitive job market, everybody is looking for a leg up.  The edge you are looking for may be easier to attain that you may think. In fact, it can be done in as little as 5 minutes. The secret? Reach out to someone who holds the job you are seeking and ask to speak about… Read more »

How to Prepare for 7 Most Common Job Interview Questions

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When it comes to interviews, preparation is key. Preparation starts with researching the company and the interviewers and learning everything you can about both. After that, the next step is to try to anticipate the kind of questions you will be asked and plan out how you will answer them. While every interview with involve… Read more »

5 Must-Know Trends for Job Seekers

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The job market is changing, and so too is the way people find jobs. The combination of technological and cultural shifts, along with economic conditions, has created some fundamental changes in the hiring process. From the ways job seekers find and communicate with potential employers, to the ways employers evaluate candidates, there is no doubt… Read more »

5 Things You Can Learn from a Difficult Boss

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The bad boss – we’ve all had them, or at least heard stories. Some bosses are overbearing, others fail to give credit, and still others are just ineffective managers. While dealing with a difficult boss is never easy, there are some good ways to approach. Along the way, you can learn some valuable lessons that… Read more »

Turning Your Duties into Resume Accomplishments

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Putting together a resume is about selling yourself. Too often, resumes read more like a list of duties than a list of accomplishments. The difference between the two is big. “Planning events,” is a duty. “Managing all aspects of a large thousand-person charity benefit dinner,” is an accomplishment. Duties only show prospective employers what you… Read more »