Ways Professionals Can Boost Their Online Reputations If you’re unsure about how your social media pages will come across to employers, take the time to clean up your online image. It’s now a common practice for employers to use search engines to research candidates. Ideally, you’ll want to repair your profile well before you start your job search — that gives search results time to clear out, which can take a few weeks (or longer in some cases).

Tuesday, 02 February 2016 02:25

How to Rev Up a Stalled Job Search

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Cover Letter Donts Applying to any job and hoping everything will turn out the way you imagined is not enough to land the job you want.

Communication Skills to Highlight on Your Resume and on the JobClaiming skills isn’t truly useful until you know how to demonstrate them.

Monday, 25 January 2016 12:42

How to Deal With 5 Job Search Pain Points

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How to Deal With 5 Job Search Pain PointsWhether any of us likes it or not, it is normal to feel anxious when it comes to searching for a job. However, this feeling shouldn’t linger for so long that it affects how you handle an interview. Part of a job search is learning to deal with rejection and self-doubt.

Sunday, 17 January 2016 09:11

What Not to Include in Your Resume

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What Not to Include in Your Resume When it comes to writing your resume, some things are better left unsaid, and specific information should never be included, such as:

The 4 Most Difficult Conversations Youll Have in Your CareerFirst and foremost, keep your statements short and direct, with grace.

Sunday, 17 January 2016 09:10

Hiring is Like Holiday Gift Shopping

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Hiring is Like Holiday Gift Shopping Understand a manager’s point of view by comparing it to the mindset of a holiday shopper.

Sunday, 17 January 2016 09:08

Elements of a Cover Letter

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Elements of a Cover LetterA great cover letter will help you stand out among other candidates.

When writing a cover letter, keep in mind that your letter has three primary components: introduction, body and the closing. Each has a distinct purpose.

Sunday, 17 January 2016 09:07

Resume Tips: The Professional Experience Section

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Resume Tips The Professional Experience Section Every applicant should know that the professional experience section is the meat of a resume. This is where you’ll present your work history in chronological order. Employers should know where and when you have worked for a previous company and for how long. This section is also where you can show what you’ve accomplished and the types of challenges you faced.

Sunday, 17 January 2016 09:03

Avoiding Common Cover Letter Mistakes

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Avoiding Common Cover Letter MistakesCover letters shouldn’t be taken lightly. They are essential when it comes to becoming successfully employed. A review of your current cover letter can make a huge difference in your job search.

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