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It’s a good idea to perform your own due diligence on potential employers when searching for a job. If you’re already working and looking for more opportunity the last thing you want is to quit your job only to find the new employer has mislead you in order to get you locked in. Here’s some time-saving tips that will help you with your potential employer search: Read Online Reviews Online reviews can be misleading but shouldn’t be discounted entirely. When…

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Summer is in full swing and so is the job market. With the hottest months of the year can come the hottest employment opportunities for those seeking jobs at home or abroad. Here we look at 4 important steps for finding the right (next) job. Where To Look For The Right Job There are no shortage of job listing sites out there. How do you know which to trust? According to a recent evaluation by review.com your best bets for…

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With the growth of social recruiting, using social media platforms is a necessary element of any job search. A social media job search doesn’t just broaden your job opportunity horizons, it also puts them into focus. Social media job searches can enhance traditional job searches tremendously and are a great way to connect with potential employers. Employers and recruitment agencies often use social media to find perfect candidates. By not utilizing social media to search for your perfect job, you…

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If you’ve ever had an interview that left you feeling demoralized and down-on-your-luck, you know how difficult it is to prepare for one. But it doesn’t have to be. There’s an easy method you can use to jumpstart your interviews and exploit your untapped resources in a way that your employer simply cannot ignore, even if it’s the first interview you’ve ever taken. It’s really simple – you have to SELL… and here’s how: Understand The Psychology Of An Interview…

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“It’s crazy how many people choose to ignore simple advice when it comes to getting hired – it’s like they think they know better because their industry is different.” Karen, a former HR specialist and recruiter, explained that most people make the same mistakes when it comes to looking for work and finding the right employer. If you’re tired of feeling frustrated about never hearing back from employers or you just can’t figure out what it is you’re doing wrong,…

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Are you having difficulty finding a job? If you have tweaked your resume and spent hours on job boards with miserable results, then perhaps you need to try something new. Social media can enhance your odds of getting a job. Many hiring managers scan social media to screen potential candidates. Here’s several ways to show future employers you have what they are looking for on social media: Keep it Clean Know that the world is watching so what you post…

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You’ve found a job that really piques your interest and would provide a considerable pay raise. But how do you set yourself apart so hiring managers simply can’t ignore you? The answer is by knowing how to sell yourself. Clever salesmen know it’s not about features and price. It’s truly about solving a need for the customer. The same is true during a job interview. Being prepared goes beyond bringing a copy of your resume and wearing your best suit to the interview. You…

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With the New Year here, many people are inspired to find a better job but don’t for two reasons: they don’t know what to do and they don’t know how to do it. If you are ready to rev up your job hunt this year, here are a few strategies to kick you into high gear. Ramp up Your Resume If you have been sending out hundreds of resumes with a lackluster response, it may be time to spruce it up….

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So you just had an interview for a job you’d love! Congrats! But what you do next matters. As they say the fortune is in the follow up. What’s the proper etiquette when checking back with a hiring manager? What do you say? In our work with major companies, we have heard direct feedback on what not to say or do when following up after a job interview. Here’s 5 common mistakes you want to avoid: Not Returning Calls. After…

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When an employer invites you in for an interview, it’s important to make a great impression. Within seconds of stepping through the door, they start mentally sizing you up to other candidates. So what you say and how you present yourself weighs heavily in shaping the hiring managers opinion. As a job recruiter, I ask every day for feedback from companies on how job seekers performed. Here are some of the biggest turn-offs they share about ways to blow it during…

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