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Tips to Beat the Summer Job Searching Doldrums

Tips to Beat the Summer Job Searching Doldrums 150 150 Jasmine Giffen

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The New Grad Problem: The Market Just Got More Competitive

The New Grad Problem: The Market Just Got More Competitive 751 639 Donna

Every May, colleges and universities spew out a fresh crop of graduates. While many new graduates struggle with landing their first job due to a lack of experience, these candidates cause another problem: increased competition. Whether you are still seeking an entry level job or have a little salt in your beard, a large influx of candidates makes it more…

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What job seekers can learn from the Colorado Avalanche’s historic season

What job seekers can learn from the Colorado Avalanche’s historic season 744 400 Donna

While other hockey fans are preparing for the playoffs, Avalanche fans are just relieved to see their season end. With a final standing of 22-56-4 for the 2016-17 season, their record was one of the worst in NHL history since the salary cap was put in place. Yet even within this poor performance, there are a lot of lessons for…

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New Year’s Checklist for Job Seekers

New Year’s Checklist for Job Seekers 150 150 Donna

I am not a big fan of New Year’s Resolutions, especially since I am so good at breaking them. However, I do recognize that now is a great time to set up my strategies and plans, which usually involves creating a robust and proactive checklist to kick things off. Job seekers can use this same strategy to make the most…

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Infographic: Job searching during the holidays

Infographic: Job searching during the holidays 793 546 Donna

Ah, the holidays.  Lots of food, shopping and hanging out with family and friends.  However, too many people make a grave mistake: they put their job search on hold until January.  In fact, December is a great time to stay vigilant with your job search.  Use this list – and check it twice – to make sure that you stay…

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7 Brand new mistakes that job seekers are making

7 Brand new mistakes that job seekers are making 843 570 Donna

With the latest revolutions of modern recruitment, many job seekers are making a brand new set of mistakes. Most savvy job hunters are familiar with the age-old traps, such as making sure to use the right key words for their resume or avoiding grammar or spelling errors on the resume. However, many of the new mistakes are so insidious, you…

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6 Job searching tips to prepare for back to school – uh, work!

6 Job searching tips to prepare for back to school – uh, work! 849 566 Donna

The summer is starting to wind down, and stores everywhere are filling up with school supplies. Interestingly enough, August also heralds the return of the year’s second hiring season. Take these 6 simple steps to make the most of the pending autumn hiring surge. 1. Review your resume Now is a great time to make sure that your resume is…

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Is your resume striking out or knocking it out of the park?

Is your resume striking out or knocking it out of the park? 849 566 Donna

The job seeker steps up to the plate. You can feel the determination coming off of him like waves spreading across the field. The HR manager pitches the job, a hard fast ball that flies past the job seeker, who just misses it. Setting up for the second pitch now, a deceiving curve ball.  The job seeker swings hard and…

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Spring has sprung (almost)

Spring has sprung (almost) 864 556 Donna

Spring may not “officially” be in season quite yet, but that all changes this upcoming weekend. Soon there will be fluffy bunnies, robins, flowers in bloom and leaves on the trees that spent their winter dormant waiting for this moment. We humans have a tendency to “hibernate” in the winter seasons, preferring to stay indoors where it is nice and…

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A most triumphant job search

A most triumphant job search 580 883 Donna

“Bill: Ted, while I agree that, in time, our band will be most triumphant, the truth is, Wyld Stallyns will never be a super band until we have Eddie Van Halen on guitar. Ted: Yes, Bill. But, I do not believe we will get Eddie Van Halen until we have a triumphant video. Bill: Ted, it’s pointless to have a…

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