Fri.May 11, 2012

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ResumeBear Tips For “2012? New Grads on Linkedin

Resume Bear

Our New Networking series has taken a look at how social media sites can be used as powerful networking tools for new college graduates, sharing our best picks for tips, tools, and more for Facebook, Twitter, and now, LinkedIn. Today, we’re exploring LinkedIn for new grads.

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INFOGRAPHIC: The Most Common and Uncommon Interview Questions

The Undercover Recruiter

Here are your essential parts and pieces to impressing your future employer, thanks to this infographic from our pals at HighestPayingCareers. Key takeaways: 65% of bosses say the dress could be the deciding factor between two similar candidates.

ResumeBear: InfoGraphic Top 10 Entrepreneurs Under 30 Years Old!

Resume Bear

Changing Careers Success Stories Why ResumeBear? Your Career Goals Entrepreneur Online Resume resume resumebear

How to Face a Job Interview: Tips and Advice

Career Copilot

A job interview is the most important step that people have to face when looking for a job. All of the previous steps such as preparing your resume and applying for available positions will finally lead to the job interview and here is where everything will be decided. At the moment of the interview it [.]. Interviewing

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Finding Love: 8 Tips on Attracting Authentic Love Into Your Life

Personal Excellence Blog

Are you trying to find love? Are you looking for the special someone to fall onto your lap? Are you looking for someone to “sweep you off your feet”? In today’s world, the notion of love has been very much romanticized, in part due to the media.

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How to Not Waste Your Life

Jobacle

In high-school you are told to get good grades to get into a good college. In college, you are told to get good grades so that you can get a good job.

SFW: When Sex at the Workplace Pays

Blogging4jobs

Sex Sells But Should It Happen at Work? Sex, sex, sex and at work no less. Early on in my professional career, I walked in on a male manager who was transitioning out of the store I was transferring to and one of his female employees.

ethics and your resume

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I saw this post from Randy Cohen (formerly the author of The New York Times’ Ethicist column) on Facebook this morning: “A tougher one I received at the column: may a job hunter omit a Ph.D. [on on his resume] lest a potential employer find him overqualified? Some things are not an employer’s business – your religion or erotic proclivities or Facebook password. But a CV is meant to be a full account of your education and work history.”

My Cousin Angela

Blogging4jobs

It is 11:30pm and I am in a Marriott Hotel in open-sky confines of Utah. I just returned from my cousin Angela’s wedding reception. . Angela was my best friend growing up.

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when an employer asks you to call them long-distance

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I applied for a job at a large insurance company and was contacted to set up a phone interview. When I called the HR representative back to set up a date and time, she requested that I call her at the appointed time. I agreed. After hanging up, I realized that this is a long distance phone call and I will be paying the cost for the 30-45 minute interview. If I’d realized it before hanging up, I would have said no to her request. Is this normal business practice?

What to Leave Out on a Resume

Career Realism

Flaunting all of your accomplishments in your resume might seem like a good idea, however, it could be an instant resume killer. CareerHMO Founder, J.T. O’Donnell talks about cleaning up your resume and formatting it properly in this episode of ”Career Rehab.”

winners of the networking stories contest

Ask A Manager

Thanks to everyone who shared their networking stories in the earlier post calling for them. It wasn’t easy, but we have our winners: Bob G , who had an entire tray of drinks spilled on his head just as he was about to make a much-desired quiet escape from a networking event. The Other Dawn , who upon learning her district manager was thinking of going back to school, asked, “High school or college?”

How to Dress for an Interview

Careers Done Write

Dear Deb, I am applying for a position as a cashier at a sporting goods store. All the workers wear khakis and a logo golf shirt. Should I wear khakis and a golf shirt to the interview? I would feel out of place in a suit. Plus, I would have to buy or borrow at suit.

Head to Toe Beauty Tips for Brides

Ms. Career Girl

Every girl dreams of walking down the aisle to meet her prince charming, the thing is, we don’t realize at 10 years old what planning goes into making it all happen!

Teambuilding

Resumesimo

Teambuilding can be defined as employee’s or group members who work together in synergy for one shared goal rather than be singular, independent workers. In order to build proficient teams, it is important to create a blueprint that outlines the goals that the team should achieve and what characteristics each individual team member should have.

THE BEST TWO WEEKS ON THE JOB

Call to Career

Congratulations! You worked hard on your job search and landed a new position. You’re ready to launch into working at your new organization, but you have a bit of unfinished business. For the next two weeks you need to fulfill your commitment at your current company. Blog Career Coach Employment Agencies Executive Search Find a job get a job Job opportunities job search resignation