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Mastering the art of how to get hired requires a lot of time and effort. However, no matter how comfortable you are in interviews or confident you are in your portfolio, it all starts with creating an application that stands out. Put some personality into it Add a little pop of color or a personal… Read more »

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The financial industry revolves around numbers – Savings – ROI – Investments – Returns. Don’t you think quantifying your experience might help financial recruiters value your resume? Numbers never lie. Data speaks to your true capabilities more than a fancy certificate or a degree from a prestigious university. The key to a successful accounting resume… Read more »

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As a traveling nurse, you are accustomed to an unconventional way of life. Whether this life came naturally to you or not, there are hurdles to overcome with such a travel-heavy profession. Things that the average person may take for granted may be a serious issue for traveling nurses, one of them being pets. Pets… Read more »

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In this economy, healthcare job opportunities are hard to come by, and the same goes for call center openings, HR jobs and accounting positions. So when you do receive a job offer, you might want to stop the presses and accept it before they take it back! Let’s slow things down. Your job will take… Read more »

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Every interview should be conducted as though it is the last opportunity to sell your skills to that company. This is why it is imperative to be prepared. Yes, it is true that practice makes perfect, but job seekers should not just focus on the minute details when the more obvious questions are equally as… Read more »

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Are you tech savvy, communicative, organized, and skilled at multitasking? If so, you may be in the market for an administrative role. Administrative assistants, clerical professionals, data entry professionals, and receptionists are the backbone of most businesses and they handle far more than clients and customers may realize.  Administrative jobs are numerous because they span… Read more »

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Looking for a new job – and a competitive edge? Try keywords in your resume to set yourself apart. With the high volume of resumes hiring managers receive for every open position, many companies employ keyword scanning software to search for certain words, eliminating resumes that don’t feature critical industry terms. Making it past the… Read more »

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Even if you are no marketing expert, you could probably list half a dozen soft drink, athletic gear or automotive manufacturers and easily describe their brand. What is their product, what differentiates them from similar products, who is their target market? But what about you? What is your brand? How can you market product “you”?… Read more »

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Did you nail the interview or are you second guessing your answers? Wishing for an opportunity to reinforce how awesome you are or get a do-over? Following up the right way can give you a chance to correct or reinforce the impression you made in the interview. Reiterate what makes you a great fit for… Read more »

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Congratulations! You got the job. Take a moment to pat yourself on the back. Okay, finished? You still have work to do. Resigning from your current job in a professional manner will demonstrate that you’re the classy person you know you are. Try to give a minimum of two weeks’ notice, to give your employer… Read more »