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25 Brand Experts You Should Follow on Twitter

Resume Bear

chrisbrogan. Chris Brogan has long been a respected voice in the subject of online communication and marketing. davidhenderson. packagingdiva. JCottin.

5 Ways To Job Hunt Without Really Trying

Career Copilot

5 Ways To Job Hunt Without Really Trying If spending hours upon hours looking for a job online is getting old and not leading to many—if any—worthwhile interviews, it may be time to change your strategy. Sometimes a fresh approach can open new doors and present opportunities you would never have come across before. And the best part? job hunting

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5 ways to be a team player

Cube Rules

photo credit: lumaxart. Success in business requires that you understand how to be a leader and how to be a team player. Be honest, but show respect.

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20 Job Search Tips for 2012 College Graduates

Corn on the Job

I want to tell you about a conversation that I once overheard. For many, graduation signals a new life. For some it’s a tougher life.

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Is Your Former Boss Badmouthing You to Potential Employers?

Resume Bear

In this competitive job market, everything in your job-seeking arsenal must be spot-on: resume, cover letter, even your interview attire.

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45 Inspiring Career Blogs for College Students

Resume Bear

Fortunately, blogs exist to help demystify the overwhelming amount of information applicants have to process. Career Girl : Like the title states, Ms.

Some advice on taking advice

Penelope Trunk

A while back, someone was interviewing me and asked me if I’ve tried yoga. Right now a zillion people are thinking I’m writing about them. Bad sex.

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Volunteering = Career Development

Ms. Career Girl

I have always been a volunteer. have just simply believed in the importance of giving time and resources when and if you are able. Find your passion.

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10 Big Differences Between the Job Search of Today and Yesterday

Career Rocketeer

Google Has Replaced the Resume Recruiters are now using Google and LinkedIn searches to find talent, instead of paying for job-board or talent databases, like they used to do. In fact, many companies are even mandating that every new application go through a Google screening process. So that means the first page of your Google [.].

Report on Millennials: Young, Underemployed & Optimistic

Resume Bear

The Pew Research Center recently released a report including findings from a survey of over 800 young adults, ages 18-34. Do you work with Millennials?

‘Unretirement’ Fuels Growth of Small Business, Creates Jobs

Boomers Next Step

Baby Boomers — all 88 million of them in the U.S. and Canada – will redefine traditional retirement.  The first boomers turned 65 in 2011, and year after year for the next 18 years, masses of them will choose to work beyond the ages of 62 to 65, the range long thought of as retirement. Entrepreneurs Franchising

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5 Things You Should Be Doing if You’re Unemployed

Career Realism

Are you unemployed? Don't just skim job postings everyday. work on your job skills! Here are five ways to make yourself more hireable. To get this useful advice and many other helpful career resources, visit us now at Job Search advice career job network path search skills tip unemployment volunteer

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Job Search Tips from the Harvard Business Review

Career Rocketeer

A member of a LinkedIn group shared a post on the Harvard Business Review’s website “Nine Things Successful People Do Differently’ by Heidi Grant Halvorson. have adapted several of her points with a focus on job seekers. GET SPECIFIC: A successful job search requires discipline. It is imperative that your efforts center around specific jobs, [.].

The Job Search, College Student Perspective: Today Vs. 10 Years Ago

Resume Bear

The job search has changed so much over the past 10 years. Here are three major differences: 1. Google Has Replaced the Resume.

Do Your Fears Hamper Your Job Search?

The Job Quest

“But Mommy, I’m afraid they’re going to laugh at me! The fear of ridicule is one that follows us through life. What drives that fear?

4 Job Search Alternatives to Applying Online

Career Realism

On the job search? But believe it or not, if you’re serious about getting a callback, applying online simply isn’t good enough. To get this useful advice and many other helpful career resources, visit us now at Job Search advice application apply employment expert job online search tip

Bound by a confidentiality/non-disclosure agreement

Careers Done Write

That really limits how I can show accomplishments on my résumé Is there a way around this? Ask Deb Non-Disclosure Agreement

Follow-up or Follow Up? Improve Your Post-Interview Technique


Because how you follow up after an interview is more important than you think. This is a guest post by Carolyn K. That’s a recipe for a lonely night.

Bringing Sexy (and Smart!) Back with Four Eyes

Ms. Career Girl

Many women feel that they get more respect at work when they wear their  eyeglasses. Below are some of my favorites! Taylor Black Amber. Brown Chase.

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How to Write a Skills-Based Resume

Career Realism

Are you writing your resume? Learn why honing in on particular experience and skills shows how they can apply to a new career track. To get this useful advice and many other helpful career resources, visit us now at Resume & Cover Letter advice career choice expert job path resume search skill tip

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Résumé Help - Profile Polish…No Pronouns Please!

Careers Done Write

The first several lines of Ben’s résumé could be putting his job search on hold. Why is this particular style used? Resume Help resum

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Why LinkedIn is More Important than Facebook or Twitter

The Undercover Recruiter

In a study from Performics (carried out by ROI Research ), 59 per cent of respondents say LinkedIn is their most important account on social networks.

Would You Hire You?

Career Rocketeer

Catherine Byers Breet, founder of Arbez, does a number of excellent presentations on an effective job search around the Minneapolis area. One of her presentations is titled: Would you hire you? Personal Branding Job Search SEO1

Resume Cliches: What to Avoid and Why

Career Realism

What is the biggest resume cliche? Learn what to avoid when writing your resume with these tips from one of our career experts. To get this useful advice and many other helpful career resources, visit us now at Resume & Cover Letter advice career cliche expert job resume search skill

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4 Ways to Create More Effective Workplace Team Meetings


Team meetings – some love them, some hate them. Send Out Agendas in Advance. Every workplace team meeting should have an agenda.

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Are You Making These 5 Common Interview Mistakes?

The Undercover Recruiter

Interviewing for a new job is stressful, to say the least, and that goes for everyone involved. Not making eye contact. Overuse of filler words.

3 Tips for Getting Over the Generation Y Stigma in the Job Market

Career Copilot

3 Tips for Getting Over the Generation Y Stigma in the Job Market Millennials. Digital Natives. Echo Boomers. So, with so much going for them, why [.] Career CoPilot - It's your Career - Don't Fly Solo. Career Development job hunting

How to Act After Getting a Rejection Letter

Career Realism

Got another rejection letter? Don't go about it the wrong way! Here's a look at how you should act after receiving a rejection letter. To get this useful advice and many other helpful career resources, visit us now at Job Search advice career expert job letter rejection search tip

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Sklover’s Thought for the Work Week

Sklover Working Wisdom

“Children need love. especially when they deserve it least.”. Unknown. Ever sat next to a crying child on an airplane? It might just break through.

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How To Prepare for Your Job Interview [8 Useful Tips]

The Undercover Recruiter

When you go for a job interview, it is very important that you are prepared and confident for it. Be prepared mentally. Get prepared about the subject.

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5 Tips for Preparing for a Professional Networking Event

Career Copilot

5 Tips for Preparing for a Professional Networking Event Networking plays an important role in any professional’s career, which means attending events is vital to making new contacts, to developing career leads, and to staying abreast with what is going on in the local community. Career CoPilot - It's your Career - Don't Fly Solo.

Resume Tips for Job Seekers Over 50

Career Realism

The way your resume is crafted can quickly reveal to an employer your age or signal to an employer you are not current with today’s workplace. To get this useful advice and many other helpful career resources, visit us now at Resume & Cover Letter age job resume search seasoned seeker tip

Making a Living Doing What you Love

Position Ignition

Janine, a usually energetic and positive person, noticed a few years ago she was feeling drained. The culprit?

3 Steps to Writing a Winning LinkedIn Headline

Career Rocketeer

I got an email this week asking about how to write a really catchy LinkedIn professional headline. Here are some problems with it. It’s [.]. Social Media Personal Branding SEO1