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What is Your LinkedIn Strategy?

What is Your LinkedIn Strategy?

What is Your LinkedIn Strategy? Are you surprised that there is even such a thing as a LinkedIn strategy? Well, it doesn’t take long to figure out who DOES NOT have a strategy. All you have to do is scroll through some of the profiles and you […]

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What is Different About the Modern Resume?

What is Different About the Modern Resume? The current job market is highly competitive. You must work harder than ever to stand out from the competition. There is no room for mediocre efforts. Your resume must be succinct, attractive, and keyword rich. Following are the two biggest […]

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Top 5 Things Recruiters Look for in Potential Candidates

Top 5 Things Recruiters Look for in Potential Candidates If you’re like most job candidates, you have submitted scores of job applications, sent in hundreds of resumes, and emailed or messaged many a recruiter. After a while, you start to feel frustrated when you receive zip, zero, […]

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How Much Should I Pay for a Resume?

How Much Should I Pay for a Resume? It is always nice to find a bargain! There is no denying how satisfying it can feel to receive something at a discounted price. Still, when it comes to your professional reputation, can you afford to scrimp? When you […]

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Will You Get a Job by Applying Online?

Will You Get a Job by Applying Online? Many people are of the belief that they will get a job if they simply apply for hundreds of jobs online. They spend everyday, all day in front of the computer, submitting application after application. They are often surprised, […]

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Returning to Work: Explaining Gaps on Your Resume

Returning to Work: Explaining Gaps on Your Resume http://finance.yahoo.com/news/have-a-gap-on-your-resume–here-s-what-not-to-say-in-your-interview–205319583.html# It’s a question that plagues many parents who want to return to work after taking off a few years: How do I address the gap in my employment history? For stay-at-home moms (and dads) looking to re-enter the […]

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Does Your Internet Reputation Matter to Employers?

Does Your Internet Reputation Matter to Employers? https://jobs.washingtonpost.com/article/does-your-internet-reputation-matter-to-employers-/?utm_source=Sailthru&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Jobs%20B2C%20February%2024%20Newsletter&utm_term=jobs Over the past two decades the Internet has grown to house an incredible amount of data. All you do is plug in a name, location and other known details into a search box and a wealth of information is […]

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Cover Letters Are Dead: Do This Instead

Cover Letters Are Dead: Do This Instead http://www.fastcompany.com/3056444/the-future-of-work/cover-letters-are-dead-do-this-instead Many recruiters say that they don’t read cover letters, but you can still personalize your pitch by making these changes to your resume. If you’re looking for a new job, don’t worry about writing a stellar cover letter. Nearly […]

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Translate Your Military Skills

Translate Your Military Skills It’s not always easy to translate what you have done in the military for civilian folks to understand. In some cases, it may not be necessary. For example, if you are applying for a position with a government contractor, it’s possible they want […]

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The Job Market in 2015

The Job Market in 2015 2015, according to the Chinese zodiac calendar, is the year of the sheep, a year believed to embody peace and tranquility. Here’s why we, and the majority of U.S. economists, think 2015 just might be your year to take charge in the […]

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