Category Archives: Job Search

7 Indications You Might Want to Pass on the First Job Offer

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When you’re new to the job market, it can be hard to know what to look out for when accepting a job.

So we spoke with Piyush Patel, corporate culture expert, on signs that you shouldn’t accept that first job offer…   

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Stuck in an Overwhelming Job Search? 13 Simple Ways to Get Going Again

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Are you stuck in what seems like an overwhelming job search? Despite a strong effort, are you not gaining enough traction?

Perhaps you need a job hunting reboot?   

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Tapping the Job Search Power of an Employee Referral

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Are you tired of your application falling into a black hole? Want a better way to communicate with a potential employer and secure an interview?

Then you need to earn an employee referral!   

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What You Need to Know About a Modern Job Search

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Jobvite, a recruiting platform, has released their “2018 Job Seeker Nation Study.” This study contains information about what job seekers want and what they did to secure a new job.

Let’s take a close look at the data, and see what it might mean to your job search…   

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Show, Don’t Tell: How to Clearly Demonstrate Skills During a Job Search

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Showing a picture is better than trying to explain something- at least most of the time. It’s easy to tell someone you can do the job, but when you demonstrate skills, you paint a picture that shows your value.   

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A Comprehensive Guide to Landing the Perfect Job [Infographic]

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Have you ever thought of what your dream job would be like? What components and factors would make it perfect for you? Everyone has probably asked themselves these questions, whether they’re already employed, or not. In fact, if you don’t work anywhere yet, thinking about what the perfect job for you would look like is a great idea. But if you already know what you want, then the question of how to get it becomes the highest priority. And that’s a whole other story.   

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