Category: Jobseeking Tips

Featured Image: New Year, New You: New Year’s Resolutions for the Job Seeker

New Year, New You: New Year’s Resolutions for the Job Seeker

December 30, 2019 | Jobseeking Tips

Wouldn’t you like to start off the new year right? Wouldn’t you like to set some resolutions you can actually keep in 2020? This year, focus on improving your chances of getting that new job. Forget about losing those ten pounds. (pst, you look great!) New Year’s Resolutions for the Job Seeker 1.) I will […]

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Featured Image: New Year, New Job? Three Questions to Answer Before you Begin a Job Search

New Year, New Job? Three Questions to Answer Before you Begin a Job Search

As the calendar rolls over to 2020, the tight labor market shows no signs of loosening. That, combined with the tendency of people to consider making changes in their lives at the beginning of the year, likely means a slew of new job seekers in the coming weeks. If you think you might be one […]

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Featured Image: Upskilling: What Does it Mean for Employers Filling Open Positions?

Upskilling: What Does it Mean for Employers Filling Open Positions?

You may have heard of upskilling in the context of training your current workforce in new technology and evolving digital skills, but this practice can also help widen the field of candidates as you fill new positions.   How many times have you interviewed a candidate who doesn’t check every box as far as technical […]

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Featured Image: Breaking Free from Title Bias on Resumes

Breaking Free from Title Bias on Resumes

We live in an era of job title creativity. Who wouldn’t want to be known as a “happiness engineer,” an “innovation alchemist,” or a “time ninja?” It’s all just a part of quirky company culture…until you start to look for your next job. Both recruiters and candidates are experiencing a new set of challenges as […]

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Featured Image: 5 Things to Leave Off Your Resume

5 Things to Leave Off Your Resume

Your resume is a potential employer’s first impression of you. On average, hiring managers spend approximately 20 seconds reviewing each resume before they decide whether or not the candidate should move forward. Since your professional fate is essentially determined by a snap decision, it is important to make those few seconds count and not include […]

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Featured Image: A Skills and Projects Repository Helps You Build a Great IT Resume

A Skills and Projects Repository Helps You Build a Great IT Resume

According to research firm The Radicati Group, workers sent and received nearly 125 emails per day last year. For most IT professionals, that probably sounds like a light day given how much organizations rely on their departments.   With everything from cybersecurity and the cloud to computer systems and new technologies flowing through their group, […]

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Featured Image: The Job Interview is Over. Now What?

The Job Interview is Over. Now What?

After you have finished the job interview, you go home and as far as you know, you nailed it. While you don’t want to come off as nagging, you want to stay on the employer’s radar. After an interview you want to send a thank you email and a handwritten note as soon as possible. You […]

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Featured Image: Identifying and Avoiding Red Flags in an Interview

Identifying and Avoiding Red Flags in an Interview

Although your resume and other screening tools are key factors employers use to make hiring decisions, the interview is your time to showcase your personality. The interview doesn’t start when you sit down and begin answering questions. It begins when you pick up the phone for a phone interview and continues through your interactions with […]

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Featured Image: Ten Questions You Should Be Asking in an Interview

Ten Questions You Should Be Asking in an Interview

We spend so much time thinking about what interviewers will ask us during an interview, it’s easy to forget just how important it is for the interviewee to ask questions in return. But not all questions are created equal. Good questions are around job duties, the department structure, company goals, and growth plans. Candidates who […]

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Featured Image: Nailing Down Responses to the Most Common Interview Questions

Nailing Down Responses to the Most Common Interview Questions

Professionals responsible for interviewing potential candidates for an organization likely have a fair amount of experience in doing just that. They come prepared with a list of questions they know will help uncover the traits and abilities needed to fill the specific role you’re eager to land. To help you prepare your responses for your […]

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