Author Archives: Simply Hired

Take a Deep Breath: How to Get Ready for that Big Job Interview

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Whether it’s your first or hundredth time, interviews are one of the most stressful aspects of the job hunt process.

Take a deep breath. Then read on for tips and tricks from Simply Hired on how to relax before your big job interview…   

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20 Resume Writing Mistakes that Could Cost You the Job

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Short on time but big on your need for a quality resume?

Check out these common resume writing mistakes, along with hints for just how to avoid them…   

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How Many Job Changes Make a Normal Career in Business Today?

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There may come a point in your career when you worry about the impact of too many job changes.

But what even counts as “too many” in today’s modern job market?   

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How Introverted Employees Leverage Strengths for a Successful Career

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When it comes to career advancement, it would seem that fortune favors the boisterous: those people (you know the ones!).

While there are absolutely benefits to projecting confidence and assertiveness at work, that doesn’t mean those who are more introverted don’t have a particular set of skills that, while quieter, can be leveraged just as successfully for career success…   

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How to Find the Open Position that May Be Your Dream Job

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Maybe you have a company in mind that you’d like to work for. Or, perhaps you have a specific industry or field in mind but aren’t sure where to begin when it comes to finding out who’s hiring.

If this sounds familiar, read on as we discuss how to find out if a company is hiring in the first place.   

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5 Rookie Mistakes You Must Avoid to Stay Employed

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So you’ve gone and done it; you’ve landed the job of your dreams. Those good grades, perfectly crafted resume and diligent follow up paid off with an interview and job offer. Spend a few minutes popping the cork on that bubbly and celebrating over dinner with friends. Before you rest on your laurels, however, you should also spend a few minutes considering how to stay employed.   

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