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How To Network Naturally

Career Trend

By Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter “A rose by any other name would smell as sweet.” This

How to Ace a Phone Interview

Ms. Career Girl

You’ve finally decided that you’re ready for the next step in your professional career. Have your resume printed out in front of you. 

Importance of Your LinkedIn Profile Picture


Ever asked yourself why YouTube’s popularity is growing exponentially? Well, the same principle applies about photos on LinkedIn profiles.

The Best Formats for Your Resume

Career Alley

By:  Pamela Rossow. Your resume is your most important job search document. Additionally, it is much easier to add skills/accomplishments as you go.

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10 Body Language Tips for Interviewing

Resume Bear

Your body language could help you land your dream job.  Watch Your Posture. Breaking Eye Contact. Avoid Chopping and Pointing Gestures.

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Top Tips on Getting a Promotion

Position Ignition

These are not the only key factors in getting promoted and if you are eager to go up the career ladder, there might be some other points to consider

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What Culture Do You Want in a New Job? Part 1

Hiring Technical People

One of the things I suggest in Manage Your Job Search is to think about your culture when or before you start interviewing. How do you do that? An organization’s culture is made of these three things: What’s okay to talk about? How do you treat people? What do you reward? You can’t just ask these things of yourself. Take your time.

Avoiding The Most Common Resume Problems

Professional Resume Services

A resume is your first opportunity to sell yourself to future employers. Use this opportunity to make a good impression.

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Frazzled by All the Resume Advice?

Career Trend

By Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter RATTLED BY CAREER CRISIS? You don’t know what to do. appeared first on Executive Resume Writing Service.

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Why an entry level sales job is a great way to kickoff your career

Ms. Career Girl

Most college students are absolutely petrified of those entry level sales jobs that require cold calling. Apply this to other areas of your life too.

What’s Really behind Common Interview Questions?


People sometimes feel they did not do their best at their job interview. And as a career coach who specializes in interview preparation, I understand that. First, in general, most people do not prepare sufficiently for that oral test commonly known as the job interview. They simply don’t know how to. appeared first on WorkAlpha.

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Don’t Spill These Beans! Topics to Avoid During Job Interviews

Career Alley

Courtesy of morguefile.com. Internet-Easy Questions. Money Questions. Everyone wants to make a little bit of money doing a dream job.

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Chelsea Krost and MasterCard Team-Up.Interns

Resume Bear

After working with the team for the past several weeks, my curiosity around the idea of a cashless society has been sparked. If you’re in the U.S.,

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Don’t Be Duped by Fake LinkedIn Invitations

The Job Quest

Scams that prey on job seekers are everywhere. Some that pretend to be legitimate organizations can be hard to detect. If not, then it wasn’t.

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Best Kept Secret to Optimize Your LinkedIn Profile

Executive Career Brand

Executive recruiters and hiring decision makers at your target companies search LinkedIn using relevant keywords to locate good-fit candidates.

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What Not to Include in Your Resume


When you are looking for a job, your resume is the tool that gets you in the door.

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10 Ways to Make Hobbies Relevant to Your Job Search

Position Ignition

Following our involvement in the Guardian Careers Live Q&A on using your hobbies to get a job , we thought we’d put together some thoughts on the subject. You can’t just shove a Hobbies & Interests section into your CV and expect it to land you a job. Here are some tips for doing just that. CV & Applications Job Search

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When is “Hiring for Culture” Discrimination?

Hiring Technical People

There’s a great post, Please: Stop “Hiring to Cultural Fit” Laura Bergells explains the problems of what she sees when people supposedly hire for cultural fit: They consider for personality first. They consider tech and business skills second. If you read this blog on a regular basis, you are shaking your head in disbelief.

Occupational Health and Career Options: How to Learn More

Career Key

Some occupational hazards may be less obvious, like stress. This post lists top career information resources related to occupational health.

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Get Over Yourself When Writing Your Resume

Career Trend

By Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter It may seem counterintuitive to take the focus off of YOU when writing a value-packed resume.

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6 Things You Should Accomplish Your First Year at a New Job

Ms. Career Girl

There are some key milestones that every new employee should achieve within their first year at a new company. Make those first 12 months count.

Does a Job Interview Make You Nervous? Tips on How to Overcome Your Nervousness


Most if not all people feel nervous before and during a job interview. Tips on How to Overcome Your Nervousness appeared first on WorkAlpha. Interview Interview Tips Nervousness Stress

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Just How Do I Go About Finding a Job?

Career Alley

Long gone are the days of walking into an establishment after seeing a hiring poster on the window and securing a job. Get Mobile. Dress Appropriately.

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No Need For This on Your Resume

Resume Bear

Here are five things you should consider leaving off of your résumé: 1. Objective statement: Objective statements, which usually start with, “I’m looking for a job that…” have long been considered passé. It should touch on your top skills and any major achievements worth highlighting. 2.

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The Future of Work

Sklover Working Wisdom

—  Will most employees become freelancers? —. It’s a trend, a growing trend, a worldwide trend – and a troubling trend. 2013 Alan L. Sklover.

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7 Ways To Get Noticed by Recruiters and Hiring Managers

Executive Career Brand

Here are Nancy’s 7 ways to get yourself noticed. contributed tips 3 and 4. 1. Tweak your resume’s keywords every time you apply for a job.

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Top Social Media Tools You Can Use to Find a Job


According to a recent study by CareerBuilder.com , 37 percent of companies use social networking sites to research candidates.

10 Steps to Making a Great Impression

Position Ignition

Whether it’s a job interview or networking event, it's important to make and to leave a great impression.

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Are Your Interview Questions Selling People on Your Organization?

Hiring Technical People

Your interview questions and your auditions should sell people on working for you. It’s that simple. You don’t need to sell people on working for your company. When I teach interviewing , that’s what I teach. So, what happens when you ask people questions like these: How many golf balls can you fit on a school bus? Fuji at work?

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4 Productivity Mistakes You Don’t Know You’re Making


There are a lot of people talking about what you ought to do to be more productive, or which fancy tools and apps you should use to get more things done. However, there aren’t as many people talking about what you shouldn’t do to try and be more productive, or which activities will make you [.]. Productivity Tips

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Without Words, Stories Will Wither

Career Trend

Throughout her weighty article, Neicole addresses the image-crazy digital world we live in, with social sites like Facebook and [.]

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How Weekend Productivity Can Lead to Success

Ms. Career Girl

My day yesterday was the epitome of a “lazy Sunday.” In college it was so easy. PostGradProblems. Check! Exercise. Pursue a passion. Ummm…. Crickets*.

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4 Key Aspects of the Job Interview and How to Address Them


The job interview process is a challenge for both the interviewer and the candidate because interviewing is not well understood by either party. Interview Interview Answers Interview Questions Interview Tips

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5 Best Careers In Construction And Buildings Sector

Career Alley

Construction and building industry employs a considerable proportion of population under its varied employment venues. have handsome remuneration.