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What Are the Best and Worst Jobs in America? [Infographic]

What Are The Best and Worst Jobs Today

Now well into the fall semester, you may be wondering: Have I chosen the right major? Will I be entering an occupation or industry that is thriving? Will there be jobs available after graduation?

To help answer those questions, we present this infographic from NumberSlueth. Here, you’ll see the ten best and worst jobs in America – and what makes them a great choice, or not…   

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Hard Versus Soft Skills: What You Need to Know to Get Hired

Hard Skills Versus Soft Skills

What is the difference between hard skills and soft skills?

Having the right hard skills means you can do the job… while having the right soft skills often means you can do the job well, improve existing processes and make a positive contribution to the company culture…   

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How to Get Hired in Our Digital World [Infographic]

Getting Hired in the Digital World

This is not your father’s job search.

The more connected we become, and the more employers work toward fixing what has been for decades a broken hiring system, the more recruiting changes. Now, even those who thought social media was merely a fad realize: getting hired in the Social Age will never be the same…   

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12 Tips on How to Hunt for Your Dream Job

How to Hunt for a Job Online

Sometimes we make the job search too complicated. Sometimes, we just need to break things down in easy steps. Maybe 12 easy steps, like ManagementParadise.com has done in their infographic: “12 Tips on How to Hunt for a Job.”

Here are just three of the tips sure to help your job search…   

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The Do’s and Don’ts of Writing a Rockin’ Resume [Infographic]

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Resume tips are like snowflakes… never any two exactly the same. And yet there are certain aspects of a resume that almost every one agrees on – like those outlined in this infographic from CollegeAtlas.org. And some of the advice you may never had heard before: 400 words total is just about right More than 6 to 7 bullet points per section means they won’t get read You should avoid filler words like “the” and “a” For more do’s and don’ts, check out the infographic. We’re sure the next version of your resume will be much better as a result!   

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The Resume Done Right: What You Really Need to Know [Infographic]

The Resume Done Right

Some consider the resume obsolete; an outdated tradition that has no place in the Social Age. And maybe that will be true some day.

But today, 9 out of 10 employers will not hire a candidate without first seeing their resume…   

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