Ten Things To Remove From Your Resume — Immediately

In any communication activity whether we are communicating with one person or millions of people, understanding your audience is the key.Very technical terms from other industries are almost always a big turn-off. Including those industry-specific te...

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No One Is Responding to My Job Applications. What Should I Do?

It’s a common feeling these days. You apply for jobs online and you rarely get a response. It seems almost like your resume just disappears into the ether, never to be seen by an actual person. You wonder: Is anyone on the other end reading these thi...

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5 Things You Should Know About Job Recruiters

Many job seekers are confused about how hiring works, and, specifically, about how to work with recruiters. It is important to understand their role and how the process works in order to be successful.

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HOW TO DECIDE BETWEEN JOB OFFERS: THE ESSENTIAL GUIDE

Receiving two job offers can be both a blessing and a curse. Use these tips to learn how to choose between job offers. You refined your resume and cover letters, you shined in the interviews, you stayed positive and upbeat when the process was slow. ...

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Chick-fil-A vice president: How to find your first job (the career advice I give my own kids)

Years ago, before my children were old enough to work, I began a private file of lessons I wanted to be sure to share with them when they began to consider their first job.After serving as Vice President of Talent and Vice President of Human Resource...

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6 Signs You Need A New Job (And You Don't Even Know It)

Sometimes in your career, there are these giant, flashing, neon signs that seem to yell, “Hey, you! Yeah, you with the miserable look on your face! It’s time for you to blow this popsicle stand and find yourself a new gig.”

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Top Tips for Passive Job Seekers

Do you love your job? Don't want to even think about looking for a new position? Even if you're lucky enough to have a job you wouldn't ever consider quitting, you should be prepared to move on. There are also reasons that it can make sense to quit a...

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Tough Interview Question - How would you describe your ideal job?

How would you describe your ideal job?Similar interview questions:If you didn't have to work, what kind of work would you do?What would you do if you won the lottery?What part of your work do you enjoy the most?Why the interviewer is asking this ques...

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HEAD HUNTERS AREN'T SO SCARY or HOW I LEARNED TO STOP WORRYING AND TRUST THE RECRUITER

Most people don’t know what a recruiter does or why they do it, often to the confusion and dismay of everyone involved. I’ll detail exactly how recruiters operate so they’re not scary anymore and then I’ll give you some tips on how to find and work w...

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4 Reasons Your Job Search Is Dragging On and On

You don’t want to admit it. You don’t want to even think about it. But the reality for some (maybe you) is this:You’ve been looking for a job for so long that you don’t even remember what it feels like to not be looking for a job. Sure, maybe you’re ...

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