Tag Archives: job search

If Emily Post Covered Applicant Etiquette

We are all well-versed in social etiquette. A firm handshake, timely thank you notes, correct utensil placement at the dining room table – we’ve got these things down. But if you’re looking for a new professional opportunity, you may not … Continue reading

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Candidates, Sharpen Your Pencils!

Today’s employers are using as many tools as are available to them to ensure that they hire the right person for their open position. And this includes assessments. Quick, easy and inexpensive to administer, assessments are used by companies to … Continue reading

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Could Emotional Intelligence be the Key to Your Job Search?

When looking for a job, it’s easy to focus on the tangibles. Education? Check! Experience? Check! Killer resume and interview attire? Check and check! But are those things enough? Oftentimes, the thing that gets you hired is more intangible. When … Continue reading

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All You Need to Know About Job Searching in 2017

Are you … Searching for a job? Thinking about searching for a job? Open to a job change for the right opportunity? Well, it’s a great time for it. According to Glassdoor’s newest job trends report, there are roughly six million jobs to be … Continue reading

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Job Search Resolutions for 2017

The new year conjures up personal resolutions that always seem to slip from one year to the next – read more, get in shape, eat healthy, go back to school, lose weight …  the list goes on and on. And then … Continue reading

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The Job Search: It’s Game ON

The Job Search: It’s Game ON So you’re looking for a job. You’ve updated your resume, researched the market, invested in a great interview ensemble and begun your process. Perhaps you’ve shared your resume with a job board or are … Continue reading

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Building a Rad Resume

Your resume needs to make it past numerous gatekeepers, including Internet filters, HR specialists and recruiters. Before it gets to a hiring manager or a director, you have been vetted multiple times. Follow these rules to make it past the … Continue reading

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A Day in the Life of a Recruiter

Recruiters can be a tremendous asset in a candidate’s job search. However, we all know it can be frustrating to work with a recruiter given the lack of communication that occurs at times. While a recruiter is working with you, they … Continue reading

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Holiday Job Hunting

Have you made your list and checked it twice? This time of the year has most of us oversubscribed. While we are thankful for the time we have with our families and the celebrations that take place, it is a … Continue reading

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Insider Tips for Getting Past the Recruiter

I’m a recruiter. I’m the roadblock standing between you and your possible dream job. You’ve seen the job posted online or perhaps you heard about it from a friend and it sounds perfect!  Now, how do you get from that … Continue reading

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