Tips

  • 8 Ways to Get the Most Out of Your On-boarding Process Whether you're a recent graduate entering the workforce or a veteran making a career move, joining a new company can be stressful. On-boarding — a process to acclimate new hires with the business — can help ensure they get up to speed so they can start adding value to the business right away.
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  • Job Hunting Tips For 2017 The way we go about getting jobs has changed. Through technology and the networks that offer more intel on our prospective employers, we are better prepared than ever to find the right career path.
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  • This Google Expert’s Top SEO Tips For Job Seekers In 2017 When’s the last time you Googled yourself? If you said never, it’s time to start. Recruiters and potential employers are already searching you to decide if you’re a candidate worth pursuing. And if they aren’t searching you by name because they don’t know who you are (yet), then you’ve got a head start. Now’s the time–not when you send in your resume or get called in to interview–to make sure you come up for keywords related to your personal brand.
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  • Interview Tips For the First-Time Job Seeker With the current state of unemployment in the United States, and the continued influx of new graduates into the workforce, you need an edge that will make you stand out to any potential employer.
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  • 366 Job Search Tips for Every Day of 2016 A job search tip a day keeps the recruiters away closer…This isn’t a checklist. Some of the tips only apply to job seekers of certain kinds, such as graduates, older job seekers and employed job seekers. Put differently, no one should try to apply all the tips in one job search.
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  • What a Recruiter Can See After 30 Seconds With Your Resume There has been for many decades, a mysterious Wizard of Oz-type viewpoint of the recruiting world that Ambra Benjamin, top Engineer recruiter at Facebook, thinks is somewhat misappropriated.
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  • Break into the 'Hidden' Job Market in 5 Steps A successful job hunt requires more than scouring through open positions on Monster.com. Though replying to traditional ads is part of the process, tapping into the so-called “hidden” job market can be an even more effective way to land a job you’ll love when you graduate.
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  • 3 Tips for Handling an On-the-Spot Job Offer Pat yourself on the back, because you just nailed the interview. It was a long, exhausting day that left you with a lot to think about, but now you're just focused on rewarding yourself with a glass of wine and a Netflix binge. Except – wait – what's this? Your interview finished minutes ago, and these guys are offering you the job!
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  • Eight Job Search Tips for Working with Multiple Recruiters At first glance, working with multiple staffing agencies seems to be the best way to maximize your chances of getting a job. By leveraging the connections, clients and jobs available through each, you end up with the greatest number of possible job opportunities. . . right? Not always.
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  • Your Resume Is Not a Tattoo Job search advice can get convoluted, with experts disagreeing on everything from the length of your resume to what you should wear to an interview. Expert “tough love” Career Coach Jenny Foss of Job Jenny lays out simple and timeless tips that will always work.
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