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Why Job Listings Sit Online for Longer Than Ever

July 14, 2015

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It happens more often than not these days. You excitedly find a job opening on your favourite employment site and you begin gathering your materials, browsing your resume and tailoring it and your cover letter perfectly. Then you send off your application. You’re aware that you’re not going to hear anything back right away, but the days quickly turn into weeks, and you begin to wonder if anyone ever read your application or if you’re actually being considered for an interview.
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6 Tips for Success at the Job Fair

July 14, 2015

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Job fairs and recruiting events are still great resources for finding employment, even in these days of digital resumes and networking. Weeks and even months of networking, building relationships, and distributing resumes can be accomplished in the space of one day and in one place. And the personal, face-to-face connection still makes more of an impression than an impersonal digital one. Here are six tips to help you make the most out of your next job fair.
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10 Tips for Overcoming Interview Stress

May 14, 2015

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Job interview stress is the great equalizer. No matter who we are, or how high-level the position we’re applying for is, interview stress is something that plagues all job-seekers. Being prepared is key. These tips will help you to alleviate your concerns and worries.
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How to Choose Between Two Great Jobs

May 14, 2015

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A good problem you may run into during your job search will be that you might wind up needing to choose between two great job offers. When this happens you will find yourself still needing to make tough choices in order to decide which the best job is for you.
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Tips for Staying on a Company’s Radar Following an Interview

March 24, 2015

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You were a little nervous, but you felt confident, intelligent and qualified; the interviewer seemed impressed with your resume and answers to her questions… and then the interview ended with, "We have several more candidates to interview, but we’ll be in touch."

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5 Questions To Help You Uncover Your Dream Job

March 24, 2015

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According to performance experts, the average American will invest about 90,000 hours at work over the course of his or her career. However, a 2013 Gallup poll revealed that an astounding 70 percent of workers surveyed described themselves as “disengaged.”

For those unfulfilled and unhappy workers, there really is hope for finding that dream job. But the critical first step lies in identifying the pathway to professional fulfillment. Simply put, that means asking yourself (or others) the hard questions which lead to honest inner dialogue about your passion (or purpose), your talent and your inner drive. In light of this, following are five (5) important questions every person considering a career change should ask themselves.

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What Your Appearence Says to Employers

March 24, 2015

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Once your job search has reached the interview stage, there are a lot of additional things your should consider in order to help you land the job you want and need. Your physical appearance is one such consideration.

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Broaded Your Horizons by Networking

February 20, 2015

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One of the key secrets to getting that position you’ve always wanted doesn’t have to do as much with what you know but instead who you know. Networking has always played a huge role in finding a job, but its importance to job seekers everywhere has increased significantly in recent years. By understanding the steps that you should be taking to increase your networking effectiveness, you can increase the overall chances that you’ll land that position of your dreams.
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