Author Archives: Hannah Morgan

Job Search Failure: 7 Reasons No One is Hiring You

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As I was clearing out my email yesterday, I was hit over and over again with reoccurring themes of “stuck in a rut”, “unable to find a job”, “no one wants to hire me” job search failure sob stories. If any of these shoes fit, get a new pair quickly. Better yet, share this with people you know. You may even need to highlight the areas they need to fix.   

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The Career Fast Track: 8 Ways to Drive Your Career Forward

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Getting stuck in a rut or falling asleep at the wheel are hazards drivers face, but they are also a danger to your career.

If you’re spinning your wheels on the career fast track, you’re not going anywhere…   

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Job Search Success: Pay More Attention to Good Cultural Fit

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You’ve found a job that interests you, so you research things like salary and benefits.

But what you really want to know is far more complicated: Are you a good cultural fit?   

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How LinkedIn’s Open Candidates Saves Time for Job Seekers

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Tired of your regular job and ready for a change?

Then you need to know about LinkedIn’s Open Candidates function…   

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4 Reasons You Must Have Strong LinkedIn Recommendations

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We live in a networked world in which relationships and reputations matter. Strong LinkedIn recommendations validate your reputation based on the endorsements from people who have seen your work in action.   

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Write Better Emails and Communicate Better with These 7 Tips

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Your writing and communication style is the first impression you make.

So it’s time to polish your skills and craft write better emails and communicate better in general…   

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