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Job Search Advice

Looking for a new job? Honest Do’s and Don’t for Interacting with Employers

It wasn’t too long ago that I was the one updating my resume and worrying about my next career move. I COMPLETELY empathize with the stress and insecurities that come with this process. That being said, here’s my honest take from being on the flip side. Here are some pretty big Do’s and Don’ts for

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11 Steps Job Seekers Should Take Before Applying for a Job

You spot a posting for a job you’re interested in. It fits perfectly with your background, skills, and experience. You feel a rush of excitement and jump at the opportunity to start applying for a job. You quickly submit your resume and application and check your email and voicemail inboxes obsessively for the next few weeks.

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10 tips for job hunting in the digital age

There is a world of possibilities regarding engaging with potential employers, learning about them and creatively presenting yourself. It may take time and effort, but getting your dream job is worth it. Here’s a list of the 10 things that you can do as a job seeker to boost your chances of getting a foot

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5 Tips For Staying Positive When Job Hunting

Here are a few tips to help you persist and stay positive during a difficult job search process.

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The job hunting tips no one tells you about

Looking beyond job sites and picking up the phone are some of the ways you can compete in a tough job market. The following job hunting tips aren’t so well publicised and could help you secure an attractive job offer.

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