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5 Bold Tips for Reinventing Your Job Seeker Brand

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You don’t have to become someone else in order to secure your dream job; you just have to change your way of thinking when it comes to seeking employment.

Here are five bold tips and tricks that will help you dazzle your next employer, ace the interview, and find the best offers on the market…   

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8 Ways of Becoming the Most Proactive Job Seeker Ever

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One of the things I often tell my team is, “Be proactive in your own becoming.” Yes, this sounds like a weird phrase at first… but when you break it down, it is simply a mix of hustle and problem-solving.

I have broken this down further into eight key points…   

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3 Things Job Seekers Need to Know About Mentorship

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Twice a year, a 70-year-old Italian immigrant-turned-millionaire CEO walks into Cortese’s restaurant in Binghamton with his 20-something Haitian mentee and orders the same exact dinner: baked salmon, pork chops, Caesar salad with Italian crumbly and a side of gnocchi. While this scene sounds straight out of the movie “Finding Forrester,” it’s just a typical dinner with my long-standing mentor, Angelo Mastrangelo.   

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6 Game-Changing Trends in Today’s Job Search [Infographic]

6 Game-Changing Job Search Trends

Have you built a professional presence on social media? Do you have a personal website to display your passion and expertise? Do you frequently use mobile devices to keep up with your job search, potential employers and personal branding?

This infographic by job hunting and career management site CareerShift shares information on the impact of these compelling job search trends, and much more…   

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12 College Experiences Your Resume Really Needs [Infographic]

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e are long past the time when a college degree is all you need to get a job when you graduate. You need to show relevant experience… even if that experience didn’t come from the workplace, but from on-campus activities.

Leadership roles, stints as campus ambassador, internships, and so many more interests and endeavors can separate you from the millions of other college students looking for work…   

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How To Use Failure To Ignite Your Career

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Fail hard. Fail again. Build your strength. Don’t do it alone. Act even when you don’t have motivation. And write down what really moves you – that thing you really want, that you’re really working for; that thing that moves you, excites you, motivates you. That thing that will keep you going even when your immediate goals don’t work out.   

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