3 Ways to Get Organized for Your Job Search

3 Ways to Get Organized for Your Job Search

For many people, figuring out which job is right for them becomes a numbers game. By the time you’re done with your job search, you might have applied for 50, 100, or even 200 jobs! How can you keep track of it all, and make sure you’re ready when interviews and...
What’s your Elevator Pitch?

What’s your Elevator Pitch?

“Tell me about yourself,” the interviewer says. “So, what do you do?” asks the person you just met at a networking get-together. First impressions can make the difference in building meaningful and important connections both personal and professional. You find...
The Formula for Quick Introductions

The Formula for Quick Introductions

You have probably heard the saying, “You never get a second chance to make a first impression.” So how do you provide a brief, concise introduction of yourself?  This guide will give you some easy formulas to help, no matter what your profession or the situation...
11 Best Practices for Working With Applicant Tracking Systems

11 Best Practices for Working With Applicant Tracking Systems

Applicant Tracking Systems Best Practices When applying for a specific position, include that job title on the résumé. Use the descriptors “phone:” and “email:” in front of the phone number and email address so the ATS can identify this information. When listing dates...
4 Things You Must Do on LinkedIn

4 Things You Must Do on LinkedIn

To get the most out of your LinkedIn profile, here are 4 things you should do on LinkedIn. 1. Complete Your Profile Your profile is the “front door” to your LinkedIn account. First impressions matter — so make sure you’ve made your profile as complete as possible. As...
Jobseeker’s Guide to Networking Your Way to Your Next Job

Jobseeker’s Guide to Networking Your Way to Your Next Job

The “tried and true” path of networking is still the most successful way to find your next position—anywhere from 40-80% of job placements are attributed to networking. This guide to networking will help you identify who is in your network and how to use these...

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