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Job Landing and Resume Tips
Resume Mistakes Can Cost You The Job Recently I was assisting an employer with the hiring process and reviewed many resumes that were sent in. I couldn't help but be concerned that so many people are not having any job search success because they are using a very poor resume to represent themselves to potential employers. A great resume is an essential career tool. It sends the employer this key message, "I'm a pro in everything I do, and someone you definitely want on your team." more -
How To Ace An Interview - The Checklist
A job interview is a screening tool. For you, it's an opportunity to assess whether or not you want to work for a company. For the employer, it's an opportunity to decide whether or not they want to hire you. Both sides are looking for a match. You can ace an interview and win the job you want even in this economy; even with the competition that wants the same job as you. You will have to work hard, but it can be done. Know that the work you do upfront and afterwards will make the "during" (while you are interviewing) much easier for you. Here's a checklist to help you. more -
Job Offer Negotiations: Getting What You Want
You have worked hard at finding your next job. You have come through many obstacles and have reached your career objective. You have received a job offer. Mission accomplished. After all, what else is left to do? A majority of job candidates do not negotiate their offer. They just want to start their new job and start getting paid again. You don't have to negotiate. But should you? more -
The Graduation Celebration is Over and Now on to the Job Search
As difficult as it is to accept - it's time to stop celebrating that grand moment in your life - the diploma and the graduation - and get down to the really hard lessons of life. Like going out and getting a job. Hopefully you have sent out some resumes and are starting to get some nibbles from employers. If you're not, maybe you need to take a look at your resume. But if you are lucky enough to start getting some invites to come in and interview, this is the time to start learning some new techniques and avoiding the common pitfalls. more -
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