Author Archives: YouTern

Top Job Interview Tips from Recruiters: Revealed! [Infographic]

top job interview tips

How can you possibly sift through all the job interview advice available out there? How do you cull the good from the bad, the relevant from the obscure, and still get to bed in time to wake up ready to conquer the world?

No worries… a quick glance at this infographic from Reed.co.uk is all you need!    

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Everything You Need to Know About Being a Real Adult [Infographic]

real adult

What does being a real adult mean, anyway? You’ve finally reached the start of your adult life. You’ve left your childhood behind. The responsibility for who you are and who you will become now lies squarely on YOUR shoulders alone. You have some big decisions to make.   

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Your Online Job Search: What Should It Look Like? [Infographic]

online job search

An online job search is quickly becoming the standard for recent graduates.

They know: an effective 21st Century job search means more than having a killer resume. So the most successful candidates make use of multiple platforms…   

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Job Search Readiness: Be 100 Percent Prepared [Infographic]

Job Search Readiness

You’ve graduated from college and completed your internships. Now you’re ready to market your skills to the business world… or are you?

How does your job search readiness stack up?   

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Facebook Job Searches: Current Reality or Career Myth? [Infographic]

Facebook job searches

Facebook is by far the largest social networking platform, But how many job seekers are actually using Facebook Job Searches to actively seek employment?   

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All You Need To Know About Your Resume Skills Section [Infographic]

resume skills section

Other sections of your resume – like the experience, education, and employment history – are important.

But the skills section is your best opportunity to tell future employers who you are, what you can do, and what you, specifically, will bring to the job…   

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