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Don’t Forget the Evidence!

Preparing for an interview as a job seeker can be quite a daunting and time-consuming process. From researching the company and the position’s qualifications to dry cleaning your suit and figuring out how to get there, you’ve got a lot to do beforehand! With so many tasks, it can be easy to overlook some very

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Professionalism: The Rundown for Gen Y

The way you behave on the job is extremely important. Obviously. But if you’re new to the professional scene you might not know what to expect just yet. Gen Y has been conditioned since birth to feel entitled, and expect to be able to act a certain way. Don’t deny it; you know what I’m

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5 Crazy Job Search Tactics

After many months of a fruitless job search, you may feel like giving up. There is a ton of competition for all of the jobs you are applying to. Get noticed by trying one of these unconventional job search tips, or try all five of them. Meet the Employer Find out where the employers at the company for which

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Leveraging Social Media Profiles to Further Your Career: Part 1 – LinkedIn

Social media is an extremely power medium. Leveraging it properly can be the key to landing a new job or making the right connections to make a big impact at your current job. Your internet presence is most likely in full view of the curious public. If you are job hunting or actively networking your

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Have Employers at Hello: The Keys to Better Cover Letters

When you go to make your resume stand out, you most likely are very meticulous about making yourself look good. You show your strengths, triple proof read for spelling errors, and make sure the most relevant information jumps off the page– or a hiring manager’s computer monitor. But getting the job you want takes more

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What’s Does Your Online Brand Say About You?

It isn’t just corportions that have brands or online identities, individuals in the job marketplace have brands, too. Everything you post online, every social media page your create and every Web site you launch goes into creating that brand. If you don’t believe me, Google your own name sometime and see what appears. That’s what

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