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3 Qualities You Should Be Looking For In Your New Employer

As the job seeker, you’ve probably been so focused on what your new employers look for in their employees, that you might not have taken the time to consider what qualities you should be looking for in them. Job seekers should be engaging in a pursuit to find an employer with the “right” qualities because…

6 Tips to Improve Your Job Search in 2020

As the economy changes and the job market gets harder, those seeking a job need more than ever to be able to adapt to the new environment. Without this crucial self evolution, competition may get the best of you, meaning that someone who doesn’t necessarily have better qualifications but does have a refined outlook, one…

How to Get the Referrals You Want For Your Job Application

In today’s competitive job market landing a new gig can be quite frustrating. In fact, a recent study found that the average job hunter will apply for up to 27 jobs before securing the opportunity to interview. Even then, the job is not solidified. Fortunately, there is a better way to conduct a successful job…

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What Should You Know Before the Interview?

Landing an interview for a job position you really want can be both very exciting and very stressful. There’s a chance you may get the job, but there’s also a chance you may lose the opportunity as well. So, how do you really prepare for such an interview? Do your research The first thing you…

How To Dress For Success In Your Next Interview

The process of finding a job can be extremely stressful especially in today’s job market. Getting your resume and cover letter in front of the right people and securing an interview can be difficult. Once you do that, you need to start preparing and researching so that you can come off as confident and knowledgeable…

3 Resume Tips To Get Recruiters To Call You Back

Do you know how long on average an employer looks at a resume? 6 seconds. It can be frustrating especially as you’ve spent hours combing over and revising every line to make it just right. The purpose of any resume is to move you to the interview stage making it a crucial first step in…

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Intimidated by Networking? Here’s How to Start

You have amazing work experience, a finely tuned resume and a well written cover letter. Great! However, you could be missing out on one of the most influential aspects when it comes to finding your dream job: networking.  When it comes to the job search, you want to make sure you have the perfect balance…

6 Tips for Managing New Job Stress

Starting a new job is very exciting, but it can also be very stressful. Changing your daily routine, meeting new people and learning how to work in a new environment all pose new stressors, but it can easily become manageable using the right techniques that fit your lifestyle. Here are 6 tips you can implement…

5 Tips to Help You Succeed in Your First Week of Employment

To be successful in week one of your new position, it’s all about balance. You want to make a great first impression with your co-workers, but you shouldn’t put too much pressure on yourself to get everything right. The goal of week one is to learn about your new workplace and feel out your role…