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If at First You Don’t Succeed: How to Go About Reapplying for a Job

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You’ve been rejected as an applicant. Or perhaps you never heard back from an employer after submitting your application.

Is reapplying for a job ever appropriate or worthwhile?   

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Google Jobs: The New Power Tool for Your Job Search

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In May 2017, Google’s CEO announced the launch of Google Jobs. The company has been focused on making it easier for everyday humans to gain access to the information and services they use, and artificial intelligence is a huge part of this effort.

Today, we believe Google Jobs may quickly become one of the most powerful tools in your job search toolbox…   

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How Job Desperation Can Ruin Your Interview (And Cost You the Job)

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Job hunting can be downright demoralizing. You send out resume after resume without getting anything in return. Why didn’t the hiring manager like what they saw? Did they even see it?

It’s easy to fall prey to job desperation…   

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Job Search Rejection: How to Bounce Back and Move Forward

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After weeks of searching for job openings, sending your resume to multiple companies, and experiencing job search rejection — you finally get asked to interview for what could be your dream job.

“This could be THE ONE”, you say to yourself…   

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Online Gone Bad: 4 Social Media Habits Professionals Must Avoid

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No matter what your goals for social media are, or your “choice of poison,” it’s crucial to keep one important thing in mind: your social media habits can make or break your career. 

Even grey areas result in pink slips…   

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Fresh Graduates: How to Strike in The Job Market While the Weather is Still Hot

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Are you one of the many fresh graduates trying to find your first real job after college? Do you feel slightly uneasy when you look at all that empty space on your resume? Have you already applied for several jobs but you’ve yet to score a single interview?

What if I told you that your lack of experience isn’t the main problem?   

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