Category Archives: Job Search

Shhhh! The Secret to Conducting a Confidential Job Search

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If your current gig is growing stale, now is a good time to start a confidential job search. The number of Americans quitting their jobs (to take new jobs) has reached a high not seen in over 17 years. That ought to say something.

Plus, people who change jobs are seeing increases in salary, benefits, and overall well-being…   

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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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