Don’t “Ghost” Potential Employers!

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Currently, it’s a job seeker’s market. Low unemployment means companies are competing for top talent, and that can leave you sitting in the proverbial driver’s seat. However, as candidates gain more control thanks to shrinking labor pools, a trend is beginning to take shape. Job seekers are ghosting employers. In some cases, this involves candidates… Read more »

Confused at Work? Here’s the One Question You Need to Ask

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During the course of your career, you are almost guaranteed to face an assignment or project that leaves you baffled. And, if you don’t know which direction to take to accomplish the objective, it can send you into a panic. Regardless of the reason, being confused at work can be a heart-stopping experience. Luckily, it… Read more »

Don’t Stop – Keep Your Career Momentum Moving Forward!

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Life is unpredictable by design. In the end, it’s impossible to control everything, and most people will face a few setbacks during their journey. But, if you lose career momentum after a difficult period, you may miss out on exciting opportunities. If you want to make sure you stay on track, here are some tips… Read more »

You Just Graduated… And You’re Already Unsure About Your Degree!?

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While some college students are fortunate enough to have a career path in mind, allowing them to select a degree based on those goals, others aren’t as lucky. They may know their area of interest, leading them to choose courses according to their preferences, or took a more exploratory approach and just graduated almost incidentally…. Read more »

For Recent Female Graduates – Check Out This Advice!

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After graduation, most women take their first steps along their chosen career path. While successfully completing your education is a critical part of pursuing many fields, crafting a strong career also requires diligence in other areas. If you’ve recently received your degree and want to forge a career path that will help you reach your… Read more »

Should You Hire That “Job Hopper?”

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  Most hiring managers have been trained to see frequent job changes as an immediate red flag, leading them to discard resumes featuring a pattern of “job hopping” fairly quickly. However, automatically dismissing these candidates could be a mistake. In some cases, having multiple employers in a relatively short period could actually be a positive… Read more »

Your Job Interview Checklist: 10 Tips You Don’t Want to Miss!

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  When you’ve been invited in for an interview, preparation is the key to success. But figuring out precisely how you should prepare isn’t always intuitive, especially when it goes beyond simply practicing your answer to interview questions. Excelling during your interview takes time and attention, but it doesn’t have to be difficult. If you… Read more »

Ready to Quit Your Light Industrial Job? Read This!

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  When your current light industrial job doesn’t seem like an ideal fit, it’s only natural to think about quitting. Nearly every worker at some point considers walking out the door at some point, either with or without giving notice, but it’s important to not make this decision on a whim. In the end, quitting… Read more »

One Easy Way to Make a Better Impression in Job Interviews

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  When you are trying to land a new position, making great first impressions during the job interview is crucial. Your initial introduction to the hiring manager is going to impact every subsequent interaction, so you want to ensure that it goes well. However, figuring out how to make positive first impressions isn’t always easy…. Read more »

Here’s Why You’re Getting Rejected for Clerical Jobs

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  Sometimes, you think you’re doing everything right, but you still can’t seem to land new clerical jobs. When this happens, it’s easy to begin questioning every move you make, especially if you haven’t received any clues as to why your application was rejected. There are so many variables in the candidate screening process that… Read more »