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4 Ways Your Business Communications Scream Unprofessional

Many business conversations take place over email. Instead of calling someone up or visiting in person, you whip up a quick email, copy whomever is involved, and send it off. Quick and easy. However, when communication takes place in writing, you must be very careful of the message you are sending and how it is […]

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Cleaning Up Your Online Presence Before Engaging in a Job Search

When you meet someone new or are thinking of doing business with someone, what is one of the first things you do? Google them. That’s exactly what employers do too when they’re evaluating applicants for open positions. In today’s world, it’s kind of hard to not have an online presence unless you stay off the […]

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Asking Questions at the End of Your Job Interview

During your job interview, you can expect to be asked a lot of questions—questions about your skillsets, your employment history, and your reasons for seeking a new job, among other topics. At the end of your interview, though, the tables will be turned; almost without fail, interviewers conclude things by asking what questions they can […]

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Three Simple Ways to Network Better on LinkedIn

LinkedIn has a solid reputation as the jobseeker’s social platform of choice; while it’s certainly possible to look for jobs and develop connections on Facebook and Twitter, LinkedIn remains the most powerful online channel for expanding your professional network. This doesn’t happen without some effort, though. Fortunately, there are some small, simple things you can […]

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Do You Need Separate Versions of Your Resume?

If you’re applying to several different types of positions, you may think that you need several versions of your resume in order to do so. And this is true – to an extent. Each time you submit your resume, it should be tailored to the specific job you are applying for. But that does not […]

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Asking for Feedback to Improve Your Resume

Sometimes it can be hard to critique your own resume. You’re intimately familiar with what it says and what you mean. To you, why you’re the best candidate is abundantly clear. However, to others, it may not be. Gathering feedback from others can be a great way to boost your resume’s effectiveness. You can go […]

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Paid Experience isn’t the Only Experience to Include on Your Resume

When many people approach writing their resume, they’re focused on the jobs they have held, and this makes sense. After all, it is the work that employers have paid you to do. However, it is not the only work that may hold value on your resume. Individuals just starting their careers may not have much […]

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Enhancing LinkedIn to Support your Resume and Job Search

It’s not enough to just have a resume anymore. While they are still an essential part of the job application process, employers are taking advantage of society’s engagement with technology to recruit and screen applicants. They’re turning to social media, Internet searches, and professional networking sites like LinkedIn to learn more. If you don’t have […]

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Dealing with Employment Gaps on Your Resume

Many people used to view gaps in employment as a kiss of death. An obstacle that meant their job search would be even more difficult. However, in today’s society – especially after the downturn of the economy in 2008 – having an employment gap is not that unusual. In addition, more people are taking time […]

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3 Ways Your Cover Letter is Missing the Mark

Your cover letter is a valuable part of your job application package. It is an opportunity to present yourself in a more personal and casual way than your resume. Instead of short, concise bullet points, you can tell more of a story. However, that does not mean that you should forego professionalism or share your […]

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