Category Archives: Job Search

In a Connected World, a Successful Job Search is a Social Job Search

social job search

The key to a successful job search? Being open to new ideas and meeting new people. After all, a successful job search is a social job search!

And these aren’t just trends. In the world of work and in our personal lives, we are more connected than ever before…   

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13 Top Tips for Students Attending an On-Campus Job Fair

on-campus job fair

Chances are that in the coming weeks, you’ll be tempted to attend an on-campus job fair at your college or university.

Great idea! But let’s get you prepared first…   

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5 Tips to Avoid Job Search Rejection and Indifference

job search rejection

You’ve submitted your resume to hundreds of jobs and gotten no response. Or maybe you’ve tried networking and are disappointed in the lack of leads that ensued.

There is nothing more frustrating than experiencing job search rejection and indifference…   

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5 Reasons You Aren’t You Gaining Traction in Job Search Mode

job search mode

You need a job! And to do that, you need to start seeing results from your job search. No more spinning wheels!

Here are a few reasons why your job search might not be getting any traction…   

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Too Much Time Online? Job Search Must Be More than Just Chasing Jobs

chasing jobs

Are you investing the bulk of your time only chasing jobs posted online? If yes, you are missing out on the opportunity to meet with individuals inside companies that could potentially hire you.

And meeting people who influence hiring decisions is where the real opportunities lie!
   

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#InternPro Chat: How to Keep Your First Impression from Becoming Your Last

first impression

When it comes to searching for a job, a great deal importance is placed on making a good first impression. First impressions matter. For hiring managers who can only spend a small amount time with each candidate, the first impression you make is likely all they’ll remember. That’s why you have be sure that whether your first impression is conveyed online, through your resume, or in an interview, you prepare to be at your best.   

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