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INFOGRAPHIC: Personal Branding & Social Media

When searching for a job, it is of utmost importance to convey a singular, dynamic, consistent message about who you are as a professional. Personal branding (or the process of conveying such a message) let’s employers know that you are who you say you are, and you’ll do what you say you’ll do. Inconsistencies in

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INFOGRAPHIC: Landing a Job in the 21st Century

There are some stark contrasts between the job search 10-20 years ago and today’s job search. LinkedIn, one of today’s trendiest job searching social media tools, wasn’t even around back then. Heck, the Internet wasn’t even around back then! Given this change in the professional world, it’s important for job seekers to be aware of

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I can use my phone to find a job…really?

Do you remember when it was novel and exciting that cell phones could take pictures or access the Internet? Before that, it was exciting when a cell phone model was small enough to fit inside your back pocket. Today’s new and popular trend, however, is to use a mobile device as a job seeker. To

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Is This Social Media Job Search Really Worth My Time?

I’m going to go out on a limb and assume that if you’re reading this you at least have a Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, or some social media account that you use. Well just in case you haven’t heard the word on the street, I’ll repeat it for you: these avenues are rumored to be great

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INFOGRAPHIC: Soft Skills vs Hard Skills – Landing that coveted job!

Graduating and looking for your first job? Searching for a new job? Checking out career opportunities in your field? We all know today’s employment landscape is a competitive one, and the job search could be a long and frustrating process. Knowing what employers are looking for is a great first step toward landing that coveted

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