ResumeBear: Should Tattoos Stop You From Getting Hired?

Resume Bear

Although three of her friends still sport the matching iguanas they chose to symbolize their friendship, Kaylie recently made the decision to have hers removed for an upcoming wedding and to improve her job prospects. “I Of course, it depends on the job. “If

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Should You Move for a Job?

Career Alley

The most important thing to consider is the job itself. Is this your dream job? It should be pretty compelling, for example: The job is in your dream location; the opportunity to grow your career is clear; the team dynamic is perfect. Good luck in your search.

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Don’t Overuse Your Network

Career Realism

Under the “guise of networking” by those people who use the term, see it as a great way to get job leads and clients, and don’t understand the savvy behaviors and nuances of the process, real goofs and gaffes have occurred. ” or …”The last time we spoke you were going to visit family in South Dakota (or South Africa). Be Connected Career Advice Networking career advice don't overuse your network job search networking tips

Don’t Overuse Your Network

Career Realism

Under the “guise of networking” by those people who use the term, see it as a great way to get job leads and clients, and don’t understand the savvy behaviors and nuances of the process, real goofs and gaffes have occurred. ” or …”The last time we spoke you were going to visit family in South Dakota (or South Africa). Career Advice Networking career advice don't overuse your network job search networking tips

Job Change? Ten Tax Tips – Things to discuss with your tax advisor

Sklover Working Wisdom

“When the devil loses his job, he becomes a tax collector.”. ACTUAL CASE HISTORIES : It goes without saying: just as it is wise to look before you leap, when changing jobs, so too is it wise to consider the many steps you can legally take to minimize your future tax liabilities. To the contrary, you can take into account the tax issues of a job change when (i) planning for it, (ii) negotiating it, (iii) taking steps during it, and (iv) even when completing your tax return.

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