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3 Small Talk Interview Tips

3 Small Talk Interview Tips

Preparing for an interview means more than just dressing well and sprucing up your resume. You may not realize it, but a big part of the impression you make on others is your ability to interact with them comfortably. A hiring manager or employer will subconsciously like […]

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5 Soft Skills Employers Want

5 Soft Skills Employers Want

  As a job candidate, you want to bring your best game to the interview process. This means outshining other candidates who may have the same education, certifications or experience that you have. So what can you do to stand out from the crowd in order to […]

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4 Tips Job Seekers Can Do To Stand Out

4 Tips Job Seekers Can Do To Stand Out

  When you’re in-between jobs, looking to improve your professional development, or new to an industry it’s often difficult to find ways to set yourself apart from other job seekers. Take the time to revamp your resume, and improve your skills and here’s how: Get Certified  Getting […]

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Dress For Success With A Start-Up

Dress For Success With A Start-Up

  Start-up companies, especially those in technology, are notorious for their casual dress. Boardshorts? Flip-flops? Okay, in many small nimble places employees wear them every day. Think Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook in a hoodie, and he runs the place. Casual dress or not, a suit is the […]

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Keep Cool And Dress For Interview Success

Keep Cool And Dress For Interview Success

  It’s always important to dress your best for a job interview, but what do you do when the weather is warm? While some companies may advertise business casual or aloha attire for their employees, a job interview is the one day where you need to dress […]

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4 Interviewing Tips That Will Get You Hired

4 Interviewing Tips That Will Get You Hired

Forbes magazine states that the average job ad receives at least 118 applicants, but only 28 percent are offered an interview that lasts around 40 minutes long. It may take up to two weeks to hear from back from the hiring manager. Posting job ads, screening applications […]

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6 Tips For Moms Re-Entering The Workforce

6 Tips For Moms Re-Entering The Workforce

  Re-entering the workforce after years of being home with your kids can be intimidating. You may feel as though your skills are out-of-date or that prospective employers will be put off by the gap in your work history. Do not fret, employers understand taking time away […]

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4 Ways To Advance Your Career In Construction

4 Ways To Advance Your Career In Construction

Career advancement is a very competitive sport in the construction sector! For this reason, below are 4 ways to advance your career in the construction industry. 1. Give your job the best every day! Show your current bosses and peers that you are reliable and dependable. Let them know, by […]

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The Cover Letter

The Cover Letter

When you are looking for a job, you need to have a resume and a cover letter.  Many people put a lot of work into their resume but put together a cover letter that is sloppy and incoherent.  Any job that pays the big bucks will require […]

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Interview 101: Preparation

Interview 101: Preparation

  You are often given only one critical opportunity to impress a potential boss: the first interview. If you fail to convince the employer you are a good hiring choice at this juncture, there is no other chance. Learn a few specific strategies for giving great interview […]

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