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The One Thing That Works Better Than Mentors for Career Support

Though many in the workforce seek out a formal mentor-mentee relationship, I don’t think these are as valuable as formal and informal networking groups. Here is why.

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7 Simple Tips For Beating Job-Search Burnout

Monster asked career experts for their advice to avoid job-search burnout. Here’s what they said can turn those feelings of fatigue back into excitement.

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Answering Tough Interview Questions

You finally have received that awaited call for a job interview. The next step is to prepare yourself for the interviewing process. Here are some useful tips for handling surprises and some tough interview questions which may arise in different categories and aspects of your life.

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Things you should remove from your resume immediately

Hiring managers rarely have the time or resources to look at each résumé closely, and they typically spend about six seconds on their initial fit/no fit decision. If you want to pass that test, you need to have some solid qualifications — and the perfect resume to highlight them. Here are 34 things you should strike

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8 Expert Tips for Using Your Infographic Resume Successfully

Human beings, by nature, are visual creatures. Using an infographic resume when applying for a new position is one way to make yourself stand out and be remembered, but they are not suitable for every industry or situation. Knowing when to use an infographic resume and when to stick to a traditional format is paramount

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