Posts Categorized: Job Search and Interview Tips

It’s a Good Time to be an Introvert

It’s a Good Time to be an Introvert

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It seems like lately everyone’s talking about introverts – it was even the subject of a New York Times bestseller, “Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking” by Susan Cain.  Our latest issue of Career Club delves into this personality trait to discuss how to overcome shyness at work and…

Social Media Tips for Job Seekers

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It’s become pretty obvious that over the last few years we all have gotten hooked on social media, whether it be Facebook, Twitter, Google +, or even LinkedIn. Today social media sites are no longer just for individuals, but companies are jumping on the bandwagon and using them as branding tools, and as a recruiting…

Why You Should Consider a Temporary-to-Hire Position

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When you’re searching for a job, it’s tempting to filter temporary work out of your results and focus only on full-time positions. But this strategy could be making your job search more difficult. Even though the recession may seem like a distant memory now, it still has an impact on hiring today. Many companies are…

Career Rookie? Here’s a Great Guide to Start Your Career

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If you’ve recently graduated from high school or college, trying to start your career can feel intimidating. Constant news reports on unemployment numbers can make it feel even scarier. But everyone has to start somewhere! Here are a few things you can do to help get your career started. Take an honest look at yourself….

The Importance of Nonverbal Communication in a Job Interview

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When preparing for a job interview, many candidates spend all of their time preparing what they will say, and spend very little time considering what they may be saying nonverbally. Collectively, your body language, facial expressions, and gestures can speak much more loudly than your words. A firm handshake is a good start to communicating…