Returning to School? Consider a Temp Job

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If you’re headed back to school to make a career change this semester, you still need to earn an income. A temp job offers the opportunity to enjoy a flexible schedule, earn money, plus network, and gain new skills. Here’s a look at some of the many advances you can enjoy with temporary jobs. Experience… Read more »

Ready to Ask for More Responsibility at Work? Here’s How

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It’s a new year and a great time to focus on career advancement. However, getting a promotion isn’t as easy as asking for one. You have to show your value and why you deserve one. Before you make a move and ask for a promotion, though, start by asking for more responsibility. This shows your… Read more »

5 Reasons to Add “Walking” to Your Workday To-Do’s

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Feel sluggish during the day? Wish you had more energy during meetings? Want to boost your mood at work? When it comes to healthy steps in your workday, one of the best ones you can take is to get up and move. In fact, just a little walking during the day goes a long way…. Read more »

Looking to Collect Unemployment? Here’s What to Know

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If you’re dealing with unemployment, it’s a stressful situation. One way to ease the burden is to apply for unemployment. This can help to lessen some of the financial strain while you search for a new job. Where do you begin with the process, you can collect? Here’s what to know. Find out whether you’re… Read more »

5 Quick Tips for Choosing Job Search References Wisely

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While your resume and interview answers play a key part in whether you’ll get the job, so do references. Employers use these to verify details, ensure there are no discrepancies, and fill in any gaps of information. The right references can secure the offer, while the wrong ones can sabotage it. To help you choose… Read more »

8 Ways to Ace Your First Job Interview

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Job interviews are stressful, even for seasoned professionals. However, if you’re a new job seeker, you might be unsure as to what to expect in your first one. How can you prepare, so you impress and get the offer? Here are a few tips to keep in mind: #1: Plan ahead. Well before your job… Read more »

6 Things NOT to Include on Your Resume

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Summer is a great time of the year to be looking for a job. Many candidates take time off, meaning there’s less competition for you for the best opportunities. However, before you assume you’re a shoo-in for your dream job, you need to write a great resume, one that persuades the hiring manager to call… Read more »

Job Search Woes? Get Help from a Recruiter

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When you’re looking for a new job, you might be facing a lot of challenges. It’s hard to know which opportunities are really right for you or the employers that are the best fit. Plus, you have to spend countless hours on resume writing, cover letter customization, interview prep, and more. Then the waiting game… Read more »

How a Polished LinkedIn Profile Can Help You Get Hired

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When you’re starting a new job, your focus is on creating a strong resume, searching for leads, and networking. However, don’t forget about reworking your LinkedIn profile. Not only should it be updated so all the information is current and aligns with your resume, but it must be optimized, as well. This way, hiring managers… Read more »