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9 Top Tips for Getting a New Job or Finding a Job While Employed

Posted on 21. Aug, 2017 by .

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Getting a new job, finding a job while employed… it’s the same thing. I was raised with the sage advice to never quit a job until I had a new one. That working-world wisdom holds true today for getting a new job or finding a job while employed. With that said, there are proven job […]

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2013 Best Freelance Job Sites

Posted on 08. Oct, 2013 by .

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Freelance jobs online are a great way to earn extra income. I have been freelancing for over 20 years in writing and technology and have had great success. This article shares with you the 2013 Best Freelance Job Sites to help you find freelance work. Freelance jobs are a great way to build up your […]

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Networking for Jobs Gets Your Job Search Past Gatekeepers

Posted on 24. Aug, 2013 by .

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In this article you will learn a few simple strategies to use job networking to get your job search past the human resources and other gatekeepers. Learn how networking for jobs will get your resume seen by hiring managers. This is a critical part of your job search since over 70% of open positions are […]

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2013 Best IT Resume Writers

Posted on 04. Aug, 2013 by .

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IT jobs and IT careers pose resume writing challenges to many IT job seekers. How do you strike the right balance between presenting your technical skills and your accomplishments. Not to mention, many IT professionals do not like writing or documentation tasks, and preparing their own resume is no exception. That’s why so many turn […]

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Stop Sucking So Much At Job Interviews – The 4 Mandatory Rules on How to Job Interview Like a Pro

Posted on 08. Jul, 2013 by .

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In sports, athletes have trainers and coaches who help teach them the correct way to compete in different scenarios. As a job seeker, you are no different. There are definite rules on how to job interview that can help you make a great impression. Do you have a coach or a trainer? Have you invested […]

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What Do the Harlem Shake and Your Resume Have in Common?

Posted on 05. Apr, 2013 by .

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By now, you are probably familiar with the phenomenon taking YouTube by storm – the Harlem Shake. I have to admit, I am entertained by the whole randomness and creativity of the whole movement. If you are not familiar with the Harlem Shake concept, it starts off with one individual dancing in the middle of […]

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Step-by-Step Guide to Help You Find a Career

Posted on 17. Jan, 2013 by .

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Help me find a career or I need a job are two of the most common requests I receive. Many people want to know how to find work in a down economy, but the trick is being able to align that work with finding an ideal career. It can be done, and although it takes […]

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Use a Well Planned Job Search Strategy and Resume in 2013

Posted on 02. Jan, 2013 by .

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If you spend countless hours applying online to hundreds of job postings using your same old tired resume, you may be wasting your time. Most employers use a screening process to narrow the large number of irrelevant resumes they receive down to a short list of only the best. Typically, these are the only ones […]

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Write a Resume That Works

Posted on 29. Dec, 2012 by .

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The key to a resume that works is being able to answer this question: what do you want from your job search? Sounds like a simple question, right? Truth is, nearly all job searchers I talk to can’t answer this question clearly. Can you?  If your answer is, “I just want a job, any job […]

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