LinkedIn Strategies To Attract A New Role

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LinkedIn is the most powerful social network for making professional connections. It’s also one of the first places recruiters check when they hear about candidates. “Oh, you think so-and-so would be a good fit for this role? Let me check her out on LinkedIn and then perhaps we could get her in for an interview.”… Read more »

5 Effective Job Search Strategies for Young Professionals

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Once upon a time job searching meant going door to door filling out applications. That is no longer the case. Today, there limitless websites, apps, forums, and recruiters to provide job listings. Simply search for jobs in Google, and you’re likely to find tens of thousands of job listings all over the country. There are… Read more »

5 Industries Hiring PMs Right Now

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You want a new job. But you don’t want to waste time applying to industries that have a surplus of skilled project resources. By knowing where the action is, you can target your applications and get yourself in front of the recruiters who are actively looking for people like you. In this article, we’ll look… Read more »

Stand out in 2017

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Trying to stand out in a sea of applicants can be intimidating, but it doesn’t make it impossible. There are a few ways you can rise above the rest and make sure you are more than just a name on a page in a stack of 6000. 1. Apply Too often candidates get intimidated by… Read more »

Holiday Job Search Tips

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Holiday job search got you down? Use this time to get a jump on your job hunt. January is the toughest, most competitive and most crowded for the job market according to Susan P. Joyce, publisher of Job-Hunt.org. The new-year rush is caused by so many job hunters who don’t look for jobs in December. Since recruiting and… Read more »

4 Flexible Working Options

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These days being fantastic at your job doesn’t rely on being at a desk in your employer’s office for eight hours a day. While workers in the USA have no right to flexible working options, more and more employers are offering them as a way to attract and retain great candidates. Why? A lot of… Read more »

Nonverbal Communication: The Ultimate Job Interview Deal-Breaker

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Employers rely on nonverbal cues more than verbal ones to gauge your intelligence, confidence and power. When you’re on the job hunt, use these tips to get your “body talk” in great shape — no gym membership required! Mind Over Matter As you prepare for your interview, get yourself in the right mindset. Rehearse all… Read more »

5 Job Search Strategies For College Grads

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It is that time of year again when papers, finals, and frat parties quickly turn into paychecks, meetings, and deadlines. The job market is tough for college graduates because the field is wider, the competition is steeper, and the requirements are tougher than they ever have been. Not to mention college graduates are high on… Read more »

Etiquette: Let it Make (Not Break) Your Chances at a Job

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Etiquette, as Emily Post once declared, is the science of living. It may seem stuffy and outdated to some, but having established social protocols can be helpful in unfamiliar situations. A job search, for example, is a time where it can be a blessing to have guidelines to follow to make sure that you don’t… Read more »

Make Your Cover Letter and Resume Mobile Friendly

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Not so long ago, the requirements for your resume included paper, ink, and hand delivery. Today, your resume should be ready to link, download, and share. A mobile friendly resume makes it easy for employers to view your resume on the go. The difference between a resume you can read on your phone and one… Read more »