Posts Categorized: Job Search and Interview Tips

Beat Those Job Search Blues

Beat Those Job Search Blues

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As the winter drags on, and it seems that spring is still so far out of our reach, it can be easy to get a case of the winter blues. Add that to a long or unexpected job search, and you can easily see how morale and self-esteem can suffer because of job search blues….

Mistakes Made During Salary Negotiation

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Don’t Make Any of These 4 Salary Negotiation Mistakes So you’ve made it through the interview process and you’ve been presented with an offer. Your first instinct is to accept it, right? After all, you’re excited and caught up in the moment. When you are accepting a new job, it’s important to make sure you…

Kicking Off Your 2017 Job Search

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If your New Year’s Resolution was ‘New Year, New Career,’ then now’s the time to act. Use these long, cold winter days to get a jump start on your job search. Here are our top tips to kick off your 2017 job search. Make sure your resume is refreshed and ready to go. Update your…

Busting the myths of the staffing industry

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5 common staffing industry myths Looking for a job but not sure if using a staffing agency is the way to go? We get it. The staffing and recruiting industry has a bad rep. People have pre-conceived notions about what working with a staffing agency is like. But the modern staffing industry exists for one…

4 Tips for Starting Your Job Search this Fall

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September is a great time to start a new routine. It’s a month that feels important for most of us. Kids are going back to school, football is back, and a new season is upon us. Besides the New Year, there isn’t a better time for new beginnings. So why not use this natural time…

Should you ever cancel a job interview?

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3 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Cancel a Job Interview In the middle of your job search frenzy, you’ve probably applied to jobs that you weren’t really interested in or they weren’t your first choice of positions. But the longer your job search goes on, the more likely you are to consider other opportunities. So when…

How volunteering can help land your next job

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Networking is for everyone. It’s for the person who is unemployed and looking for a new opportunity. It’s for the business owner who wants to grow their business. And it’s for the working professionals who just want to expand their network. There are a lot of different ways to network. Attending business events, alumni happy…

Don’t Stop Your Job Search During the Summertime

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5 Reasons why summer is a great time for look for a new job Ahhh summer. The time of year known for lazy days by the pool or at the beach, family vacations, festivals, and outdoor concerts. But did you know that the summer months are also a great time to focus on your job…

6 Things You Shouldn’t Reveal During an Interview

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Candidates often disqualify themselves by revealing information that is better left unsaid during the interview. Regardless of how well the interview seems to be going, or how candid the conversation becomes with the hiring manager, be sure you aren’t spilling your guts about your personal problems and circumstances. After all, the interview is the time…

Job Search Advice for Recent College Grads

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Congratulations! You can finally see the light at the end of the tunnel, and graduation is almost here. All of those long hours you put into studying for exams, writing papers, and working on projects will soon be a thing of the past. But before you start celebrating, now’s the time to ramp up your…