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Why Is There No Feedback From Employers?

Posted on November 11, 2014

Have you ever wondered why you get no response from potential employers? Or you just never pay attention because you are busy with sending your job application to the bunch of other companies in hopes to get some reply? The problem with the latter approach is that you will unlikely get an interview invitation to...

Resume Case: “Yes” or “No” Pile

Posted on November 10, 2014

You probably aware of the fact that in order to get an interview call one has to provide more than just good resume. The thing is that the competition is extremely high today; therefore one has to offer something better than others in terms of job application. Sometimes there are over 500 candidates for one...

Joining the Start-Up: Is It Worth it?

Posted on November 5, 2014

You might have heard that joining a business start-up can be a great opportunity in career of any job seeker if the start-up itself will turn out to be successful. On the other hand, if it fails you will lose time, energy, and ultimately your job. The perspective of joining a start-up is very attractive...

Resume Success: Reading Job Listings Carefully

Posted on October 15, 2014

Many job seekers mistakenly believe there is some sort of resume secrets knowing which will necessarily help you get any kind of job. However, there is no magic about resume writing. There are no secrets that can turn a terribly written CV into a highly professional piece of writing. Every knowledgeable career advisor or resume...

Don’t Forget To Add These Onto Your Resume

Posted on October 8, 2014

Everybody knows that professional experience, major accomplishments educational credentials, relevant skills and qualifications are essential components of an effective resume. Obviously, the content of the aforementioned sections should always be relevant, i.e. properly address the requirements of specific job opening you are applying for. However, job seekers shouldn’t limit their resumes and CVs with just...

When Should You Quit?

Posted on October 7, 2014

In our last blog entry we have talked about quitting your job. It is normal when you face situation when you want or have to quit, but it is extremely important how you do it because it can either help or seriously damage your professional reputation. However, we have realized that we missed one important...

Phone Interview

Posted on October 1, 2014

We have already written many articles about interviews and how they should be handled, but we never got to talk about phone interviews. Although they are not so much different from face-to-face interviews there are several things job seekers have to know about it. It might not seem like a big thing (phone interview), but...

Embracing Social Media

Posted on September 26, 2014

For some reason job seekers like to keep their real lives private when it comes to job hunting. Usually, people would disclose information about their education, professional experience, and qualifications for employers to see. However, rarely someone will risk to use own social media accounts in order to increase the chances to get an interview...

Job Search Myths – Part 3

Posted on September 24, 2014

Today we would like to continue the series about popular job search misconceptions which we have started earlier. Since our priority is helping people succeed in their job search efforts we would like that each and every person ordering our services or reading our blog would get the desired job. In order to achieve this...

Job Search Myths – Part 2

Posted on September 23, 2014

In our last blog entry we exposed most common job search myths. We believe it is important because many people used to follow assumptions which not always help them get hired. Because this subject hasn’t been covered enough by resume and career assistance companies our team has decided to share more about this controversial subject....

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