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Job Search Planning Tips

Posted on August 28, 2015

If you have never planned your job search efforts then either you have never searched for a job for real or just never planned success when doing so. It is important that you don’t just send out your applications to every job decent opening in order to succeed and get employed. This way most job...

Job Offers: How to Say ‘No’?

Posted on August 10, 2015

For some reason it is awkward for most people to say ‘No’ to others. The interesting thing is that they feel equally awkward when they have to tell a friend they can’t come and help tonight and reject a job offer. We are not going to talk about different kind of situations because we are...

A Temporary Job: Benefits

Posted on August 7, 2015

Most of job seekers look for a job that would perfectly match both their skills and aspirations. That’s the reason why they spend hours on their resumes, prepare for interviews, research potential employers, etc. However, despite all the efforts it is still hard to find the job that would meet all of the requirements of...

Participating in Job Fairs

Posted on August 6, 2015

A job fair (also known as career fair) is an event where employers and recruiters meet prospective job seekers. That’s a place where both parties have a chance to exchange information and get to know each other a little bit better. Job fairs are also organized online which means job seekers can get in contact...

Career Challenges: Veterans Looking for a Job

Posted on August 5, 2015

There are many challenges that veterans face today when trying to find a civilian job. It is not just about translating military experience to civilian work, there are other challenges that sometimes make it difficult to find employment. However, there a lot of employers who would love to hire veterans. Unfortunately, most of people don’t...

A Resume and LinkedIn Profile: Should There Be Any Difference?

Posted on July 23, 2015

We all know by now that sending out your resume and cover letter to multiple job openings isn’t enough to get the job. It might be enough for some job seekers but for the most part it is one of many job search steps. Social networks have already become a popular method for job seekers...

How Can Your Creativity Grant You The Job?

Posted on July 10, 2015

Last time we wrote about creative people and what kind of jobs could be the best match for them. Since people with creative personalities are not quite like everybody else (they view this world differently and they think in a different way) there are certain jobs where their abilities could be used to the max....

LinkedIn Profile: What Recruiters Are Looking For?

Posted on April 6, 2015

More and more business use Internet as a marketing tool to reach their clients in the environment they spend much of their time. However, it is not the only use of Internet for companies. Many employers as well as recruiters use it for head hunting purposes. Because people spend so much time today in social...

Sabotaging Your Job Search

Posted on March 26, 2015

When we really want something we put efforts into it. If you want an ice-cream you either ask someone to buy it for you or you go and buy it yourself. With a job search it is not so easy though. Sometimes getting a job seems so complicated and difficult that many job seekers are...

Career Directions: Working for a Small Company

Posted on March 19, 2015

When we think of getting a job (or sometimes even switching jobs) most of the time we imagine ourselves working in a large company. This is so true especially for recent graduates as they apply for their first job. It seems that a job in big corporation can ensure more job security and access to...

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